This year over 5,000 companies are headed to Las Vegas in less than two weeks for CES 2018. This is the largest assembly of technology companies from startup to large enterprise, in the western hemisphere. For the first time ever at CES, over 1,000 of those companies touch the Internet Of Things (IoT) category in some form or fashion.
IoT encompasses a large world of connected devices. Everything from smart home convenience platforms, like Nest, your connected refrigerator or your connected blinds, to connected padlocks and location tags all fall under the IoT category, and everything in between.
The backbone to every IoT device in the world is some kind of app, making IoT apps the fastest growing segment of apps in the world right now. Typically when a company sets out to create hardware or an app in the IoT space, you’re talking about months and months, if not years of coding, revising, re-developing, iterating and releasing.
A startup called Kuzzle, is a backend service provider that knows the ins and outs of IoT app development. Kuzzle is known for their backend solutions including:
- Web- app backend
- Mobile backend
At CES 2018 they will be featuring their IoT ready backend platform which if correctly implemented and utilized, could reduce your time to market by up to 40%. That’s huge for startups and hardware companies racing to market before someone else develops their idea.
The Kuzzle backend platform is perfect for IoT applications in; energy/utilities, healthcare, media publishing, tracking, and banking. The Kuzzle IoT backend acts as middleware to enable real time, multi-device, multi-protocol M2M (machine to machine) communications which help to create rich, and hybrid, omnichannel environments.
Kuzzle Backend platform includes Real-Time, Multi-Device, Multi-Protocol, Geo-Tracking, Geo-Fencing, Security, Device Provisioning and User Authentication turnkey features. It is suitable for web apps, hybrid or native mobile apps and IoT projects.