An innovation center and workplace for customers, partners, startups, universities and open communities. Everything is around 3 vectors:
- Demostrating IoE( Internet of Everything) in action to solve business a public sector problems
- Engaging in rapid solution and product prototyping
- Research and investments in local resources
Carriots, is proud to be part of this ecosystem showing our technology Carriots IoT Platform on the Cloud and sharing our expertise in the IoT projects in different areas: like agriculture, water, health, traffic, etc.
This Cisco initiative give us the opportunity to cooperate with other players of the IoT sector and innovative at the edge of business digitalization.
At Carriots we are proud to announce our partnership with Cisco and our involvement in their new openBerlin IoE Innovation Center.
Carriots was created to sparkle open innovation around the world, from makers to big companies or IoT start-ups. Our software was designed to promote rapid proof of concept prototyping so that new products or services can be quickly tested in the market.
At Cisco IoE Innovation Centers they have the same vision. So it is great that we are part of their ecosystem. Carriots will be an active member of this open innovation community and will:
- Integrate Cisco Hardware with Carriots to help developers plug and play.
- Publish our tutorial examples combining Cisco routers and Carriots.
- Provide sample units of the IoT projects we have done for some of our customers, to see how people can hack them.
- Participate in a wide variety of hackhaton and innovation activities related to hot topics like security, protocols or simply exploring new business IoE solutions.
Great work Cisco for this initiative! Now lets all innovate together…
Bangalore, India, August 24, 2014: The inaugural edition of ThingHack: Healthcare – the Internet of Things Hackathon came to a close today in Bangalore, presented by IoTBLR – an open community for IoT enthusiasts, the event was hosted and supported by Cisco. The two day healthcare and wellness hackathon witnessed participation from 30 individuals who conceptualized, designed and made prototypes of connected healthcare devices that would benefit the society.
ThingHack received over 150 registrations which were narrowed down to 30 based on their ideas, skillsets and interviews conducted by a panel of technology mentors & experts. The shortlisted participants comprised of students, budding entrepreneurs and corporate employees.