The Best Platform for IoT Innovators

| March 1, 2016

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The Digital Service Cloud (DSC) is an open platform that will plug into your IoT product and accelerate its deployment across millions of consumers. The platform is easy-to-use, plug and play; no coding skills are required to sync products or launch customized apps to manage them. You teach the platform through an intuitive user interface about the data sensed by a device embedded in your product. The platform then gives you the capability to host and manage millions of products, to take customized actions on data being sensed by embedded devices, to create a detailed view and analysis of usage and lifecycle that gives you almost unlimited opportunities, and much more. It is the one-stop shop for all your product management and deployment needs. The company partners with global brands, major service-delivery platforms, software and application companies, and service providers.

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IntelliSense.io

IntelliSense.io is an industrial internet of things (IOT) company with a very successful and innovative product which is one of the first few genuine IOT platforms in the market with apps services that have production deployment at some of the largest infrastructures: Manufacturing, Consumer Goods, Hi Tech Manufacturing and Energy Industries Our vision is to Unlock Efficiency from the Physical World around us by empowering people and machines to make intelligent decisions. Through our solution Brains.app, our internet of things applications platform, we deploy a range of apps combining Intelligent Sensors, Wireless Sensor Networking and Cloud based big data technologies.

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