Recently, cryptocurrencies and blockchains have been gaining a lot of traction with the media and the public.
Many industries are exploring the possibilities the technology enables. Internet of Things is no different, with its many possible applications.
Distributed ledger technologies bring extra safety to the world of IoT, along with offering completely new business opportunities.
Ruuvi is one of the first IoT sensor companies supporting these bleeding edge technologies. We're closely cooperating with pioneers of this new industry.
Information collected by sensors is effectively distributed around the world. Safer than a bank.
Ruuvi, as a 100% open-source sensor platform enables a huge selection of uses in the DLT world.
Feel confident about the data, which the sensors produce. Achieve safer cold chain monitoring than ever before.
Create completely new business models by selling sensor data. This is not only available to companies, but also to private individuals.
RuuviTag has become a popular low-power IoT sensor platform among IoT blockchain developers.
Ruuvi is attending the Consensus Blockchain event in May. We’d love to meet you there!
@ruuvicom present today in #IOTCAM18 his open-source device. – @IoTCamp18
Do you want to create cool things with us? We always love to explore new opportunities.
Streamr has an ambitious aim to monetize sensor data. They also offer simple tools to create demos using RuuviTags, as shown in the video.
“In this simple demo, the Streamr Engine calculates a one-hour rolling average temperature and reports it (once every hour) to the smart contract. This demonstrates how the Streamr Engine can be used to easily build data processing oracles, reporting the calculation results to smart contracts.”
This event has been organised twice so far, and Ruuvi attended both events as their hardware sponsor.
“Ethereum Camp is a 4-day-hackathon. We empower blockchain enthusiasts to transform their ideas into real prototypes and new business models by providing a best-in-class expert network and learning environment.”
Since July 2017, Ruuvi has cooperated with IOTA’s core team by adding IOTA Masked Authentication Messaging (MAM) support to RuuviTag. This made RuuviTag the first IOTA compatible low-power sensor node. Both parties announced the project in September 2017 at a blockchain hackathon event in Frankfurt, Germany.