Some of the most transformative startups and multinational corporations are “doing new things” in the IoT (Internet of Things) marketplace. In response to this growth in the space, Connected World magazine today named the winners of the inaugural IoT Innovations Awards.
Carol Stream, Ill. (PRWEB) May 05, 2015
Theodore Levitt, an American economist, says, “Creativity is thinking up new things. Innovation is doing new things.” Some of the most transformative startups and multinational corporations are “doing new things” in the IoT (Internet of Things) marketplace. In fact, analyst firm IDC says in the IDC Market in a Minute infographic the installed base of IoT units will soar to 28.1 billion in 2020.
In response to this growth in the space, Connected World magazine today named the winners of the inaugural IoT Innovations Awards.
Submitted IoT (Internet of Things) products were judged by an editorial panel representing a cross section of the industry. Both business and consumer IoT products were submitted for judging. Winning products are selected based on a variety of criteria, including most creative and technologically advanced products, services, and platforms.
“The IoT market is prospering at such a rapid rate that new products seem to be announced almost by the hour. Connected World is searching for the most innovative products that change people’s lives and the way businesses operate,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World magazine. “The winners of the first IoT Innovations prove novelty and creativity continues to assert itself in the IoT community across a plethora of industries.”
The 26 winners of the IoT Innovations Awards for summer 2015 are:
Apio Situational Awareness Platform – by Apio Systems
Cradlepoint COR IBR 1100 – by Cradlepoint
XBee ZigBee Cloud Kit – by Digi
LS1021A-IoT Gateway Reference Design – by Freescale Semiconductor
Gimbal Proximity Beacon Series 21 – by Gimbal
ConnectSense Smart Outlet – by Grid Connect
Home View 3D – by Icontrol Networks
DriveSync – by IMS
Intel IoT Gateways – by Intel
Intel IoT Platform – by Intel
SmartCode 916 Touchscreen Electronic Deadbolt – by Kwikset
Monnit Cellular Temperature Monitoring System – by Monnit
Type ZY Bluetooth Smart Module – by Murata
M-Connect – by Oberthur Technologies
Skywave IDP-782 – by Orbcomm
GT 1100 – by Orbcomm
PI System Collaboration with ArcGIS – by OSIsoft
Ring Video Doorbell – by Ring
Calliope LTE Platform – by Sequans Communications
SkySpark – by SkyFoundry
Trilliant Smart Communications Platform – by Trilliant
ODIN-W2 – by u-blox
Generation 2 BodyWorn – by Utility
WeatherBug Home – by WeatherBug
Wind River Edge Management System – by Wind River
ZEN Thermostat – by ZEN
To nominate for the next IoT Innovations Awards, please complete the survey online by the Aug. 27, 2015 deadline: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DecIoT
For more information on the 2015 IoT Innovations winners, check out the June/July issue by downloading the Connected World app in the Apple or Android App Store. Just search for Connected World.
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