With a unique sensor enablement platform, myDevices offers companies of all sizes an infinite range of IoT plug & play sensor to simplify and optimize the management of their inventory of connected devices, regardless of their manufacturer, type of network used, business sector or application field.
With a catalog of nearly 1,000 compatible connected objects from more than 150 manufacturers, myDevices high degree of interoperability ensures a wide range of solutions from temperature and air quality management to predictive maintenance, metering, space occupancy and security solutions able to be deployed in minutes.
Its data aggregation and analysis, real-time alerts, anomaly identification and geolocation features help optimize asset management, improve workflows, service quality, customer and employee satisfaction and safety.
To scale-up the deployment of its technology, myDevices distributes white label turnkey solutions through its network of commercial partners. This is why leading technology players like T-Mobile, Ingram Micro, Aramark, Brightly or Sodexo have chosen myDevices sensor enablement solution to distribute their IoT offer to their own customers, including, hotels, hospitals, schools, offices, construction sites, large arenas, factories, agriculture, and more.
To facilitate the deployment of IoT solutions, myDevices has developed for its partners, several turnkey vertical applications for temperature monitoring, lone worker safety, indoor air quality, space utilization, predictive maintenance, indoor asset tracking, energy monitoring, level monitoring, and much more! They offer a fully integrated suite of sensor products including software, hardware, connectivity, and services that empower system integrators, managed service providers, software vendors, and enterprise to quickly deploy commercial-ready IoT sensor solutions to their customers.
As the CEO of myDevices with more than 20 years of experience in the technology sector both as an investor and entrepreneur, Kevin Bromber is responsible for setting the vision, strategy and overall roadmap of Claranova’s IoT division.
He has previously served as Co-Founder and CEO of 3DGreetings.com, an electronic greeting card company sold to Mattel (NASDAQ: MAT); Co-Founder and CEO of NowLive, an interactive, live broadcasting platform; and General Manager of Arvixe, a web hosting company sold to Endurance International Group (NASDAQ: EIGI).