An entertainment technology company wanted to offer its customers a broader smart home solution, and used the MiOS controllers and platform as a way to bridge connectivity to their remote control product line.
After creating their own UI for a clean energy subscription service, one startup used MiOS to build a demand response system that monitors appliances and automatically reduces energy use during peak hours on the grid.
One company built an asset management and monitoring system, using the connectivity of the MiOS controllers and platform to track activity in empty units and ensure that problems don’t go unnoticed.
Looking for ways to expand their offering, Telmex, Mexico’s largest telco, decided to seek a partner who could provide them with a ready-to-go smart home solution. We began a consultative relationship to help them home in on an initial set of products and services, and soon settled on home security as a top priority for … Continued
Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon, America’s leading energy provider, wanted to develop a smart energy management solution for its customers. Lacking expertise in the world of consumer IoT, however, they began a search for a partner. After wading through a field of 15 possibilities, they chose MiOS due to the breadth of our offering and … Continued
BeHome247 was one of the first companies to create a cloud-based, keyless entry and property management system that could integrate with platforms like Airbnb and VRBO. Several years ago, after finding themselves in need of a new platform on which to run their system, they sought out MiOS. Their app, as previously configured, would not … Continued