Remotely managing and deploying to IoT devices at scale with balena

Learn how Bosch uses balena as part of their IoT fleet management and devops solutions. Bosch is a world leading multinational engineering and electronics company who invests heavily in IoT; developing innovative solutions for smart homes, cities and manufacturing. Part of this research and development is looking for new business

Keeping a watchful-eye on WiFi and cellular networks in Ghana with balenaCloud

Balena user Sam Moorhouse writes a guest blog post to tell us about how he's using Raspberry Pi devices on balenaCloud to monitor ISP-supplied 4G (cellular) routers in Ghana. His project watchful-eye keeps eyes đź‘€ on these devices which are used as a fallback connectivity option for his charity project Global

Sonder: creating unique hospitality experiences with balena

Sonder is on a mission to become the biggest and most loved hospitality company in the world. From their headquarters in San Francisco, the Sonder team operates a new breed of accommodation rentals; one that offers guests hotel-style luxury with all the design, comfort, and flexibility of a serviced apartment,

S O NAH: Pioneering smart city tech with

S O NAH are pioneering at the forefront of smart city technologies, and are using balena in their work to solve common city problems such as parking, restricted-area detection and traffic analysis (counting and classification). Their first product, S O NAH Parking, is designed to detect empty parking spaces and

Bitreactive: decentralized sensor management with

Bitreactive provides assisted living technology solutions for nursing homes and home care. They specialize in decentralized sensor management and edge analytics built around the Continua Design Guidelines, an implementation framework for personal connected devices. Bitreactive's solutions, such as the BALT personal hub, focus primarily on bed monitoring, both for institutions

Paracosm: mobile 3D mapping with

Paracosm, a division of Occipital, specializes in 3D mapping of large scale indoor and outdoor spaces. They've created a handheld 3D scanner called the PX-80 that allows their users to capture the world around them. The PX-80 uses a combination of LiDAR, IMU, and color camera sensors to calculate a

SENSE: industrial roof monitoring with

SENSE Monitoring helps companies track conditions on the flat roofs of steel frame buildings such as warehouses, factories, and large retail facilities. Their IoT product keeps building owners and facility managers informed about the health of critical roof infrastructure and indicates when a structure might need preventive maintenance. S-One, SENSE’

30MHz: real-time environment monitoring with

Use Cases: Industrial; Environment Monitoring Headquarters: Amsterdam From pepper growers to port operators, 30MHz enables businesses to be more productive by monitoring their environments in real time. They provide a full suite of tools for industrial companies to gather metrics from across the physical world and turn them into action.

Petrolog: remotely managing oil wells with

Use Case: Oil & Gas Headquarters: Houston, TX Petrolog provides IoT solutions for oil well automation and remote monitoring, helping operators increase production and reduce operating costs. Petrolog’s main product is a POC (pump off condition) controller. The controller detects when a well enters pump off condition, which occurs when

OpenROV: deploying Docker containers to underwater drones with

You've probably seen robots and drones on land and in the air, but have you ever seen one under water? OpenROV is creating low cost, highly capable drones that enable anybody to explore the underwater world. After four years of designing and testing, OpenROV is now taking pre-orders for their