HaySaver, a Spin In formed at Trinity College Dublin, has created an Internet of Things device, which detects temperature and humidty changes in hay bales and other agricultural matter. It is capable of gathering information on hay quality, nutritioonal levels, over-heating and mould defects.Visit Website
SiteSpy, a Spin In to CONNECT at Trinity College Dublin, provides Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for the environmental monitoring and logistics industries. It uses cutting-edge, low-power radio technology to provide data streams from remote sensors. SiteSpy’s core offering is the SenseNet kit: an LPWAN popup network which provides 5 battery-powered sensors that measure temperature and humidity and a cellular gateway hub.Visit Website
ThinkSmarter is a Spin-In to CONNECT at Trinity College Dublin. It addresses the new market for dense network deployments created by the Internet of Things and smart cities. Understanding availability, and access to, assets and properties in city environments for these dense deployments will become critical, and ThinkSmarter is looking for how to build a database and a marketplace for this emerging market.
ThinkSmarter is a collaboration involving CONNECT and Cisco and is headed by Brendan O’Brien, formerly of Cisco. It is at an early phase of development.