Carolina tech firms collaborate on IoT manufacturing program.

Two Greenville tech firms are helping Cary, N.C., design engineering company Connected Development launch a new Internet of Things platform created to help manufacturers accelerate their production time.

Kopis, a cloud-based IoT solutions firm, and Zipit, a cellular connectivity and subscription platform, aided the North Carolina company in the development of pre-tested hardware and software building blocks used by the program to help users prototype their application and monitor as it transitions into volume manufacturing.

"The IoT Reference Platform isn't just another development starter kit," Frank Greer, CEO and co-founder at Zipit, said in the release. "We've brought together three experienced powerhouses in IoT to eliminate the obstacles that prevent developers from delivering solutions that are market ready. The Zipit team is proud to offer our cellular connectivity and subscription services to provide for a seamless deployment."

The customizable design platform includes integrated security features and extensive cellular connectivity for applications like industrial IoT, asset tracking, sensor monitoring and reporting, remote asset control, motion detection and reporting, and battery-operated IoT devices, according to the release.


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