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Re: Define your own IoT Module
R_Colin_Johnson   1/11/2015 10:09:02 AM
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Anand.Yaligar: Right, plus they are reducing time to market and allowing customizable modules--like the ones Philips and Cisco designed (see slideshow).

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Re: Define your own IoT Module
Anand.Yaligar   1/10/2015 12:25:16 PM
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@colin: So all they are doing is weaving practicality to usability. Just like Weave plans to churn out turn-key industrial software and cloud integration, lets see how that is accomplished in the coming months/years.

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R_Colin_Johnson   1/8/2015 4:28:13 PM
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docdivakar: Good observation about the modules. Weaved's business plan it not to sell modules--that's Gentek's me-too job--but to integrate cloud-based connectivity into Gentek's modules so that all developers have to do is their specialized non-"me-too" software. Thanks for the comment.

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docdivakar   1/8/2015 2:54:55 PM
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@Colin: nice portfolio overall BUT aren't many of them me-too products?

I do like Weave's approach of working with IoT hardware developers from proto to manufacturing.

MP Divakar

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Define your own IoT Module
R_Colin_Johnson   1/7/2015 7:04:42 AM
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Weaved has more IoT modules on-the-way with different functionality, or you can request specialized modules. For instance, check out the last slide called the "Mole" camera from Astak which has surrounded the camera with white LEDs so that it can work in complete darkness.



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