7 of the Coolest Internet of Things Companies

June 15, 2020 • Zachary Amos

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As the digital world becomes more prevalent than ever, you’ve probably been hearing about the Internet of Things (IoT) quite frequently. IoT is the network of internet-connected devices around the world. It’s a part of most devices already, but some companies have taken another step to integrate it further. Whether you’re looking for jobs, apps, devices or information with these Internet of Things companies, you’ll want to keep reading.

1. Huawei

Based in China, Huawei Technologies is a global telecommunication company that has grown over the years. It provides various electronics, supplies and services like data plans for smartphones or the phones themselves.

In this bridge for people and devices, Huawei uses an IoT management platform for connecting — meaning it uses IoT devices to monitor business performance and work with consumers. Things like pricing, power consumption and data coverage are then all within Huawei’s wheelhouse.

2. Inspire

Inspire is a clean technology company that works to bring sustainability to the people. It integrates smart energy solutions, like mobile monitoring, to bring about a 100% renewable energy source for customers.

Its energy management services and automation-based platforms use IoT technology to operate. Your home can then become part of the movement towards sustainability. It all starts with IoT technology that connects people and devices in real-time. Inspire is located in Santa Monica, California.

3. Farmer’s Fridge

Lately, the transition to smart technology has affected almost all devices. Now, your refrigerator could be next. With Farmer’s Fridge, a Chicago-based food company, IoT has changed the way you stock your fridge.

This company offers fresh, healthy food for delivery or takeout in an innovative way. The staff works with IoT devices and technology to communicate, monitor business and connect with customers. It can then use the data from these devices to influence marketing and company decisions.

4. DHL

In perhaps a subtler integration, the global delivery company, DHL, picked up on IoT connections in 2017. First, it optimized yard management with IoT data and logistics platforms. This switch allowed for better control over the fleets and delivery insights.

Next, DHL is currently planning to integrate IoT into its fleet of trucks. By doing so, the company would be able to monitor things like temperature, inventory and quality in real-time.

5. Nexleaf

Nexleaf Analytics is an LA-based company that specializes in data across different industries and governments. Primarily, this company works in the public health and climate change sectors, bringing technology and data to where people and the planet need it most.

Nexleaf is a nonprofit organization that hires computer scientists, public health professionals and engineers to bring its services to countries around the world. All of these devices and services create more IoT connections.

6. CSG

CSG is a telecommunications company that specializes in digital connections between people and devices. For customers, it provides services for 5G, payments and for engagement. Digital transformation becomes easy for whatever the client needs.

Almost all CSG’s connections are cloud-based, publically or privately. Since the cloud and IoT go hand-in-hand, this company is ahead of the curve. Its technology helps individuals and businesses transform with the best digital resources.

7. Google

Last but not least, Google — one of the biggest tech giants in the world — uses IoT, too. After it purchased Nest, the company launched its own smart home hubs. The Google Nest is an IoT device that connects people with technology like never before.

Additionally, the cloud integrations from Google are also IoT-based. Something like Google Drive uses the cloud to sync documents and data in real-time. This subtle platform is the perfect example of how a company can use IoT and the cloud to benefit its users. 

IoT in the Future

IoT appears in different ways for each company. Some use it for connecting the business to the customer, some use it for insights and others use it for the platform itself. In the future, you’ll start to see IoT overlap with other big tech ideas, like the cloud — something that’s already happening. With these innovations and Internet of Things companies, more things are possible in a matter of seconds.



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