Discover How IoT is Making the World Safer, Healthier, and More Connected
We're constantly amazed to see the many ways in which IoT is being deployed to make the world a better place, and we love helping tell those stories. Here are a few examples of what's possible with using the IoT for Good. If you're interested in sharing more about how your wireless applications are making the world a better place, fill out the form at the bottom of this page and tell us about it.
Phantom Neuro, an Austin-based medical device startup, is revolutionizing how users are able to control prosthetic limbs by harnessing the power of connectivity to develop an implantable medical device that uses ubiquitous Wi-Fi networking to provide users with unprecedented natural control of robotic prosthetics in real-world environments.
Opening New Doors for Smart Homes
Chamberlain Group, a leading provider of smart access products, is making our homes safer with its Wi-Fi enabled garage door openers. Residents can now open and close their gargage doors from anywhere, making accessibility more flexible and secure.
The Future is Now (and it's Green)
Landis+Gyr is leading the way towards a greener future by providing real-time visibility into power consumption - for utility customers as well as providers. This insight and new levels of control makes it possible to turn usage data into actionable grid management.
Simplifying IoT Development
The T-Mobile Dev Edge Development Kit is making it easier for device makers of all experience levels to connect to cellular networks without needing to become cellualar experts. This is helping developers take their designs beeyond the home and office to more expansive applications.
Unlocking New Health Indicators
Saliva is one of the best diagnotic tools available, offering insigth into a host of health metrics. Lura Health is harnessing the power of this data for preventative heatlhcare with tiny sensors embeeded in traditional orthodontic appliances to provide real-time data and analysis.
Optimize Healthcare through Connectivity
The Digital Medical Society, or DiMe, is a global non-profit commited to using applying technology to address the most complex digital medical challenges. DiMe is bringing together the best and brightest minds in both medicine and technology.
Healthy Bees Bring Healthy Crops
George Clouston, Head of Scientific Strategy at BeeHero, discusses the ways in which IoT connectivity is being used to help improve the health of bee colonies, promote pollination, and improve food crop production.
Rethinking Pediatric Epilepsy Management
Dr. Dave Clarke, Pediatric Epileptologist at Dell Children's Hospital in Austin, Texas, talks about how IoT connectivity and precision monitoring is changing the way caregivers recognize and manage epilepsy in children.
Breathe Easier with Woosh Air
Woosh Air has reimagined home air filters with its smart, cloud-connected air quality monitor and air filter solution. Used with a smart thermostat, the Woosh Air Quality Monitor circulates and cleans air when quality is poor and reminds users when it's time to replace their filters.
Share Your IoT Story and How it’s Making the World a Better Place
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