PartnershipsOur gratitude to those organizations who've joined us on the path.
Three players have been instrumental in helping us build out our offering.
Sensor & Edge Computing Technologies
5G Open Innovation Lab sponsor Intel is assisting us with cutting-edge sensor, blockchain and edge-compute technologies that make our offer secure, scalable and interoperable.
Data Connectivity & SIM Cards
We’re proud to be a participant in the 5G Open Innovation Lab working with founding partners Intel, NASA and T-Mobile to develop, test and bring to market new use cases that unleash the potential of 5G networks both now and in the future.
Buildly has allowed us to create our platform in record time, overseeing all development and managing outsourced dev teams around the world.
As a startup, we’re constantly refining and updating our technologies. To that end, we currently utilize most major cloud platforms to identify which platforms will best help us grow.
Our incubation partners
We’re hugely grateful to these organizations for their tremendous support.
The 5G Open Innovation Lab is a global ecosystem for developers, enterprises, wireless carriers and technology leaders. Our participation in 5G Open Innovation Lab’s very first cohort has been transformative, to say the least. If you are an edge-compute or 5G connectivity startup, apply to be a part of this amazing program run by super-great people.
Microsoft for Startups was the very first incubator to accept us into their program. Plentiful Azure credits and tech support have allowed us to trial various cloud options and determine our pricing models.
We were grateful to be accepted for a second year in 2020!
Solar Impulse Foundation
We joined the Solar Impulse Foundation’s World Alliance for Efficient Solutions in 2019. The Alliance brings together the main actors in the field of clean technologies to create synergies, facilitate matchmaking between solution providers and investors, and showcase clean and profitable solutions that have the potential to address today’s environmental challenges.
Academic & industry partnerships
We’ve enjoyed working with several universities and industry groups on IoT, self-sovereign identity, and blockchain technologies.
UW undergrad and graduate student teams have helped create digital marketing plans and performed research into self-sovereign identity for items being tracked and shipped.
We have counseled the first Oregon Blockchain student group in the field of blockchain strategy and use cases — and were pleased to present at their successful blockchain conference in 2019.
General Assembly has not only provided us with researchers for both our B2B and consumer efforts, but also with astute user experience designers to build wireframes for our platform and our ProofScan mobile app.
Our team participated in the Sovrin Foundation’s Self-Sovereign Identity in IoT Working Group, helping write one of the first whitepapers on self-sovereign identity for IoT. Our goal: to translate the concept of self-sovereign identities and wallet technologies to proving that items in transit are indeed what they are claimed to be.
Like General Assembly, we’ve created a relationship with Thinkful in which student work helps us fulfill UX or coding tasks, while providing students with valuable real-world experience.
British Blockchain & Frontier Technologies Association
We’re bloody well-chuffed to be a part of the brill BBFTA, a proper organization dedicated to providing the voice of the UK blockchain industry — and we’d be barmy not to be!
One of our core tenets is interoperability, which comes through cooperation with globally-known standards organizations.