A company press release said the platform, built from the ground up with a complete set of hardware and software, allows anyone to build custom plug-and-play IoT devices that easily communicate with each other any way the user desires. With a graphical user interface for creating custom firmware for IoT devices and the applications that control them, programming is not required.
Its IoT platform is designed for both consumers and experts and lets them control anything from a smart thermostat to fully automated buildings and even robots.
Quantum Integration has announced its Kickstarter campaign for the Quantum platform.
IoT platform provider Quantum Integration has announced the launch of what it claims is the first IoT platform designed specifically for electronic hobbyists.
US based tech startup entrepreneur Michael Barnick has launched a company, Quantum Integration to challenge the Arduino's role in IoT.
While the majority of smart home systems are designed to be user-friendly enough for the average person to use, Quantum Integration is distinguishing itself by introducing the first IoT platform specifically designed with electronic hobbyists in mind. As Quantum Integration founder Michael Barnick says, "Single-use IoT devices like 'Nest' are no longer enough for those wanting more control. The Quantum IoT platform is unique in that it allows easy integration of any number and type of device."