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33 listings. Companies that provide IoT products, or IoT initiatives of broader corporations.

The Button Corporation
Helsinki, Fin. Creator of the "bttn," the Simplest Internet User Interface in the World, which is an elegantly designed physical push button always connected to the Internet.
icon icon icon icon icon · bt.tn

WolkAbout s.r.o.
Prague, Cze. The company's core product, the WolkAbout Smart IoT Platform, is a suite of backend software and databases which acts as a "heart and brain" of any IoT solution.
icon icon icon icon icon icon icon · wolkabout.com

HQSoftware
Tallinn, Est. Develops custom software using PHP, .NET, Java, and Node.js technologies. Solutions include Industrial IoT, Healthcare IoT and Smart Home.
icon icon icon · hqsoftwarelab.com

myDevices
Calabasas, CA. The creator of Cayenne, a drag-and drop IoT project builder, myDevices also provides tools such as SDKs and APIs, in addition to professional services and support.
icon icon icon icon icon · mydevices.com

B-Scada
Crystal River, FL. B-Scada (for "Beyond SCADA") provides software and hardware solutions for the monitoring and analysis of real time data in the SCADA, IoT, Smart City markets. The company's solutions are deployed both onsite and in a cloud-hosted, SaaS model.
icon icon icon icon icon · b-scada.com

InfiSIM
South Yorkshire, UK. Offers M2M SIM Cards plus managed and value-added M2M services that allow devices to communicate gathered data.
icon icon icon · infisim.com

ThingMagic
Woburn, MA. "The Engine in RFID." A division of Trimble, ThingMagic focuses on open, standards-based RFID readers, sensors, and other embedded and low cost computing technologies.
icon icon · thingmagic.com

Helium Systems, Inc.
San Francisco, CA. A complete Internet of Things platform for smart machines, Helium is built to be simple to set up, with a growing number of language-specific SDKs.
icon icon · helium.com

Sierra Wireless
Vancouver, BC. Building intelligent wireless solutions for the IoT with a comprehensive portfolio of 2G, 3G and 4G embedded modules and gateways, seamlessly integrated with Sierra's secure cloud and connectivity services.
icon icon icon icon icon · sierrawireless.com

Marvell Semiconductor
Santa Clara, CA. Brings a "Smart Life and Smart Lifestyle" vision with products such as a Wi-Fi Microcontroller Internet of Things Platform, ZigBee 88MZ100 system-on-chip (SoC), and Kinoma Create.
icon icon icon · marvell.com/solutions/internet-of-things/

PLAT.ONE
Genoa, ITA. Offers a complete, end-to-end Enterprise-Grade IoT and M2M application platform. Products include the RAINBOW Data Center management solution and the VISIONELL video analytics solution.
icon icon icon icon · platone.io

ARM mbed
Cambridge, UK. This division within ARM is building the technology and ecosystem to enable rapid prototyping and connected device development at scale. Solutions include Smart Home, Smart City and Wearables.
icon icon icon icon icon · mbed.org

Arrayent
Redwood City, CA. Arrayent's approach is to place computing power in an IoT Operating System hosted in the Cloud, rather than in the Thing itself. The Arrayent Connect Platform enables simple, low-cost connections for the products and systems of trusted consumer brands.
icon icon icon icon · arrayent.com

Grid Connect
Naperville, IL. Seller of embedded and network hardware such as CAN Adapters, Serial Converters, Sensor Probes and more. An ISO 9001:2008 company and member of the Industrial Internet Consortium.
icon icon icon · gridconnect.com

Solair
Casalecchio di Reno, It. An application platform for the IoT, enabling the collection of data from Things and feed it into business processes. IoT applications based on Solair IoT Application Platform are run as SaaS. Acquired by Microsoft in 2016.
icon icon icon icon · solaircorporate.com

Savioke
Sunnyvale, CA. Pronounced "savvy oak," Savioke is the creator of the SaviOne delivery robot for the services industry. The "botlr" was first tested in the Aloft Cupertino hotel. Backed by Google Ventures.
icon icon icon icon · savioke.com

Kinoma
Santa Clara, CA. A tightly integrated design and engineering team within the semiconductor firm Marvell. Offers Kinoma Create, a JavaScript-powered IoT construction and prototyping kit.
icon icon icon icon icon · kinoma.com

Carriots
Madrid, Es. Offers Platform as a Service (PaaS) designed for Internet of Things projects, with a HTTP RESTful API to push and pull XML or JSON data. Free accounts available.
icon icon · carriots.com

PTC
Needham, MA. Delivers transformational technology solutions to manufacturing companies worldwide, with a focus on IoT. Parent company of ThingWorx. NASDAQ: PMTC
icon icon icon icon icon · ptc.com/company/internet-of-things/

SparkFun
Boulder, CO. Online retailer sharing ingenuity via Open-Source Technology, Resources, DIY Electronics, Art, Hacking, and more. Arduino and Raspberry Pi products available.
icon icon icon icon icon icon icon icon · sparkfun.com

Exosite
Minneapolis, MN. Enables the Internet of Things and M2M solutions via a cloud-based data platform. Data centers in the Americas, Asia and Europe.
icon icon icon icon icon · exosite.com/internet-of-things/

Bionym
Toronto, ON. Maker of the Nymi cardiac wristband. Also develops authentication technology that uniquely uses gesture control, proximity detection.
icon icon icon · bionym.com

Xively
London, UK. Operating a public cloud for IoT and connected products, Xively is a division of LogMeIn Inc. The company offers official libraries for dozens of languages and platforms, including Objective C, C, Java, JavaScript, Ruby and more. Formerly Pachube.
icon icon icon icon icon icon · xively.com

Amtel
San Jose, CA. Designs and manufactures microcontrollers, capacitive touch solutions, nonvolatile memory, RF components and more. Applications include mobile, smart energy, M2M and industrial automation.
icon icon icon icon icon icon · atmel.com

Esri
Redlands, CA. Founded in 1969, Provides geographic information system (GIS) analysis software such as the free ArcGIS Explorer. The Esri CityEngine targets urban planning, architecture, and design. The open source ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap interfaces with the OSM community.
icon icon icon icon icon icon icon icon icon icon · esri.com

Electric Imp
Los Altos, CA. A connectivity platform that makes it simple to connect devices to the Internet, using fully integrated hardware, software, OS, APIs and "imp cloud" servers.
icon icon icon icon icon icon · electricimp.com

Internet of People
London, UK. A global network of consultants specializing in IoT topics such as smart cities, connected consumer products, sensor development, M2M, security and academic research.
icon · internetofpeople.eu

ClassDojo
San Francisco, CA. Internet connected devices, such as the smart board, capture and generate data on behavior that teachers can share with parents and administrators. Students receive instant behavioral feedback.
icon icon icon icon icon icon · classdojo.com

Freescale Semiconductor
Austin, TX. A leader in embedded processing solutions for the consumer, automotive, industrial and networking markets, Freescale's Connected Intelligence presents a path to the Internet of Things.
icon icon icon icon icon icon · freescale.com

Telit Wireless Solutions
Trieste, It. An enabler of M2M globally, Telit operated m2mAIR.com. Products include cellular, GPS|Glonass and short-range technologies.
icon icon icon icon icon · telit.com

KORE Telematics
Alpharetta, GA. The world's leading provider of M2M network services, including GSM, CDMA & Satellite. Verticals include fleet management, healthcare, security, industrial monitoring and payment transactions. KORE does not sell hardware (devices or modems) or end-user facing applications so it does not compete against its customers.
icon icon icon icon · koretelematics.com

Wyless
Lawrence, MA. Provides secure, reliable wireless connectivity to mobile and fixed devices worldwide as a provider of global M2M wireless connectivity solutions and managed services.
icon icon icon · wyless.com

ThingWorx
Exton, PA. The mission of the company is that "every connected application will run on ThingWorx or consume a service provided by another ThingWorx platform." ThingWorx uses model-based design and search-based intelligence to reduce development time and cost.
icon icon icon · thingworx.com

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