CODE_n Conference: Finalists IoT Application Development - Carriots | Evercam | M2MGO

| March 1, 2016

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Carriots is a Platform-as-a-Service designed for Internet of Things and Machine to Machine projects. Carriots allows to collect data from connected objects, store the data and easily build powerful applications. Evercam is a developer platform for cameras that makes it easy to integrate IP cameras with any other software application or Internet of Things platform for visual inspection and verification of events. M2MGO is the platform for a connected world, that enables you to create apps for your Internet of Things business case in a never seen speed, almost no upfront costs and without writing a line of code.

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MERLIN TECH provides technological and information technology solutions since 1995. Our services have been designed to meet the support and infrastructure requirements of companies of all types and sizes. The knowledge and experience of our team of technicians and engineers have made us the supplier of choice for 300 companies in Argentina, Uruguay, the United States and Europe. We are proud that our clients consider us their "Technological Partners", keeping our relationship alive through the years (more than 10 years in many cases).

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