IoT

Reactor™ v2.0: The IoT brain for your product’s body

HOME We’re really excited to launch an enhanced version of EVRYTHNG’s rules engine, Reactor™ v2.0. It’s a powerful business workflow tool that lets you build highly interactive and customized applications around your smart products and smart packaging. In a nutshell, it processes real-time data collected from products, sensors, users and other events, makes sense of

Read More »

EVRYTHNG Publishes The Industry’s First Proposal for a Web-Based Standard for the Internet of Things with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

Web of Things Pioneers drive IoT interoperability by advocating global open standards   This news was first announced on O’Reilly Radar. LONDON AND NEW YORK, October 28, 2015: The Internet of Things has reached a significant milestone towards establishing industry standards. EVRYTHNG, the Internet of Things (IoT) software pioneer and smart products cloud platform, has

Read More »

Towards a Standard for the Web of Things

HOME We’re proud to announce that we have made a Web Thing Model submission to the W3C, contributing to pre-standards work around IoT. This is a significant achievement for EVRYTHNG as a company, and for Dom and I personally as leaders of the Web of Things community and EVRYTHNG co-founders. (You may have read about this recently

Read More »

Securing the IoT

HOME   Security is one of the biggest barriers to mainstream consumer IoT adoption. According to a Fortinet survey, 68% of global homeowners are concerned about a data breach from a connected device. They’re right to be cautious – a recent Symantec study of 50 commercially available smart devices found that none of them had

Read More »

IFA 2015 and the state of IoT in Europe

HOME The EVRYTHNG team are just back from IFA, Europe’s consumer electronics and household appliances fair. After a super-busy 6 days in Berlin, speaking on the TecWatch stage and talking IoT on the exhibition floor, we’ve pulled together what we’ve learned into 4 key insights: 1. European consumers are excited about devices that will make their

Read More »

The Age of Product Voice

HOME (Image from Serious Wheels) Once upon a time, Henry Ford famously summed up the golden age of brand and producer power by saying: “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.” In the second half of the 20th century he might have chosen his

Read More »

Powering iHome’s IoT Smart Home Cloud

HOME Earlier this month, we announced that major consumer electronics manufacturer SDI Technologies had selected our IoT Smart Products Platform to power their iHome smart products suite. (Here’s the full press release about iHome.) With products in over 50 million US homes, and in retail stores in over 70 countries, iHome is already a well-loved

Read More »

EVRYTHNG Selected by iHome as IoT Cloud to Power Its Smart Home Consumer Electronics Products

HOME Leading Internet of Things smart products platform provider and major consumer electronic manufacturer team up in global partnership to bring consumers and business partners innovative and seamless IoT experiences NEW YORK & LONDON, 28th May 2015: EVRYTHNG, the Internet of Things (IoT) Smart Products Platform that connects products to the Web, has today announced

Read More »
Almond case study
Product & Technology

Making Things talk Web with the W3C

A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to participate to the first face to face meeting of the W3C Web of Things (WoT) Interest Group (IG). Vlad and I have been working on and actively promoting an Internet of Things (IoT) that uses Web protocols (also known as “Web of Things”) since 2007 –

Read More »
Evrythng amplify page background
Product & Technology

IoT Policy, Law and Reality

(Demonstrating the art of keeping fellow panelists riveted) Last week I was invited to participate in a panel in New York put on by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) along with Jules Polonetsky, Executive Director and Co-chair, Future of Privacy Forum; Gary A. Kibel, a technology and privacy specialist at hosts Davis &

Read More »
Scroll to Top