Let’s face it - the Internet of Things (IOT) is here to stay and as a result, our world will never be the same again. Of course, the reality is that in technological terms, it’s still all in its infancy. At this point, it’d be fair to say that most of us have probably not yet fully appreciated the impact that internet connectivity will have on so many of our everyday objects and our lives as a result.
If you’re a creator or a maker, it’s therefore a pretty amazing time to be around and why we reckon our latest Startup of the Week ought to be right up your street.
Wia is an innovative new startup (also listed on Startacus) which will enable you to bring your Internet of Things ideas to life in a matter of minutes. All you’ll need to add is a little creativity and a dash of imagination!
In essence, Wia is a cloud platform which helps users to build scalable and powerful backends to launch their Internet of Things solutions.
No need to stress over server management, data replication or storage - with Wia you can have a complete production ready solution in no time! Forget spending endless weeks writing code or designing databases - Wia removes all those hassles and saves you heaps of time in the process! Wia even offers extra functionality such as device management or events collection and analytics should you so require it.
Our thoughts? We love what Wia are doing and if the Internet of Things is your kinda thing, we reckon you’ll love Wia too…
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