VizLore is participating in the PhasmaFood project : an EU-funded H2020 project that represents a strong consortium of nine leading food security, sensing technologies and information technology stakeholders in Europe. PhasmaFOOD is working on the development, demonstration and exploitation of a miniaturized smart integrated system that will be able to detect food hazards, spoilage and food
VizLore’s solutions arm, Brite Habitat, was a participant in the Vienna Startup Package and Demo Day with its Smart Access Control (SAC) solution. Vienna is a burgeoning startup hub located centrally in Europe, harnessing the collective energy of enterprising individuals from both Eastern and Western hemispheres. Brite Habitat CEO, Ognjen Ikovic, was a key player in
Who wants to be tied down to a set of keys anymore? Certainly not busy young millennial students or professionals who don’t need one more thing to carry around. Retrofit magazine features an article on VizLore’s smart access solution with virtual keys that explains everything you wanted to know, and more. Virtual Keys are the
Huawei Technologies, a leader in information and communications technology (ICT), featured VizLore’s Soft Sensor Platform in its online journal, to promote education about platforms and their capabilities, in the IoT era.
An interesting shift is occurring within the Internet of Things: instead of everything being sent to the cloud, the power to compute data is now done at the local level of the device instead. This is extremely valuable because it allows the device to make fast, mission-critical decisions at the local level instantly. While the
Our team is currently at the Pioneers 2016 Festival in Vienna, Austria – we were selected to be among 10 international start ups to work with Vienna Business Agency to scale up business operations in Central Europe. Our Bright Habitat solution comprises a complete package for context aware building automation and energy efficiency improvement. The product comprises
We’ve done it again! A new DIY iBeacon Gateway is on the market – we’ve named it Wi-Blue because it acts as a bluetooth beacon that detects presence, proximity and pushes notifications to devices. It can be used in commercial applications to detect conference room usage or analyze spatial distributions of assets. The findings can help cut costs
VizLore is featured in the automated buildings magazine this month! The article features a Q&A session with VizLore’s founder Dragan Boscovic. Get his insight into the emerging world of IoT and how it applies to smart buildings of the future. http://automatedbuildings.com/news/apr16/interviews/160321033101boscovic.html “Democratizing the IoT process is necessary to allow IoT to function at its full potential. If you