Start-Ups

Start-Ups

Imont: Has IoT broken the cloud business model?

Has IoT broken the cloud business model? Nigel Pugh, CEO at IoT software start-up Imont, believes there are issues that need to be addressed. Pugh...

UK start-up Babylon raises $60m for AI-based doctor app

UK start-up Babylon, which specializes in remote health applications, has doubled its valuation in its latest funding round, raising $60 million. The funding brings the...

Expanding your IoT offering into the US? Think bigger. Think globally.

Jonathan Smith, director of connectivity sales for Europe at IoT/M2M specialist Aeris, shares his tips on how European makers of IoT-enabled devices can successfully...

Breed Reply CEO says UK remains best start-up market for IoT...

Breed Reply CEO and angel investor Emanuele Angelidis tells Internet of Business why IoT start-ups matter, what he looks for in investment opportunities and how...

Finnish drone start-up Aeromon maps industrial emissions from above

Finnish cleantech start-up Aeromon is using drones to track industrial emissions in real time.  Drones are opening up commercial opportunities in a range of industries, from...

Q&A: Maria McKavanagh, COO, Green Running

Maria McKavanagh is chief operating officer at Green Running, the maker of Verv, a connected home device that monitors energy usage, with the goal...

Start-up of the month: Chirp – turning data into sound to...

Internet of Business caught up with Moran Lerner, CEO of UK technology start-up Chirp, to talk sonic barcodes and how turning data into sound can...

Energy: How Eneco transitioned from commodity provider to service provider with...

Fonger Ypma, head of the Smart Energy Lab at Eneco Smart Energy, discusses how the Internet of Things has the capacity to change the...

Start-up of the month: Bundles – reducing waste in the laundry...

IoB spends five minutes with Marcel Peters, CEO and founder of Dutch start-up Bundles, talking IoT laundry services, reducing waste in the supply chain,...

The IoT start-up acid test, according to the man behind Hive

Pilgrim Beart, the man behind the technology for British Gas' Hive thermostats, suggests that IoT start-ups should put themselves through an acid test. Beart is...

Jersey LoRa network will be a test bed for IoT start-ups

Digital Jersey has teamed up with telecoms firm JT to build Jersey’s first Long-Range (LoRa) Wide Area Network, as it bids to attract Internet...

Start-up of the month: Mothive – ensuring the world’s food and...

IoB spends five minutes with Angelo Monteiro, the managing director and co-founder of London-based start-up Mothive, to talk defence, agriculture and how the Internet...