We’ve been pretty excited about resinOS 2.0

June 19, 2017

There are many ways to explain 30MHz.
“Scalable IoT for industry” comes to mind. “Standalone plug and play sensor product” is another angle. “The lego’s of smart sensing” is helpful, as is “agtech, insurtech or real estate tech, depending on your needs.”

However you look at it, we help organizations monitor their environments and make better decisions with sensory data.

Diverse customers with diverse sensing needs use our product, on projects ranging from industry to agriculture, smart city to space utilization. We use Resin to remotely manage fleets of devices in almost all these cases.

We’re such fans of Resin, we became hosts of the Netherlands’ very first Resin meetup. For a bit more on how we work with the technology, watch the video below or read the 30MHz Resin case study.

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