Former Nokia employees make the Internet-of-things-device access




The Finnish company Haltian has developed a product that should contribute to the accessibility of the so-called internet-of-things. The device is aimed at consumers except developers that can perform various operations with a simple app.

The so-called Thingsee One is equipped with various sensors. The gadget can measure include speed, temperature, pressure, light and humidity. The device also has WiFi, Bluetooth and 2G. A USB 2.0 port can be used when it comes to physical connections and Thingsee One has a micro-SD input.

The developers of the Finnish company have a past with Nokia. They say they realize cost much time and money to develop hardware. The Thingsee One must contribute to solving that problem. Developers could complex programs for the device design, but is for people with less expertise included an app that different applications can be operated. Can be set to exactly what is to be measured.

The device is waterproof and reportedly has a battery life of up to one year. The gadget also has an LCD screen of 1.54 inches. The overall dimensions of the unit are 110x67x19 millimeters. The Kickstarter project is started Monday and will have a total of $ 99,000 muster. That converts almost 80,000 euros. The so-called Thingsee One Monday afternoon has collected more than 17 percent of the target amount.


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