A push-only edge gateway software that converts “things” into shareable data streams
EcoSteer’s patent pending EcoFeeder is a software that collects, processes in-memory and pushes to the cloud millions of data points, connecting to any device, using any communication protocol and running on small footprint edge gateway devices or computers, or on virtual platforms.
It provides the intelligence required to control local actuators, while avoiding the security pitfalls inherent to traditional request & reply communication. EcoFeeders eliminate all issues related to scaling and performance from the complexity and volumes of sensors, devices and data in large scale IoT projects, at the same time ensuring complete interoperability and resilience of data flow – dramatically cutting the cost of any IoT deployment.
Governments are faced by a choice between data surveillance or data democratization The Covid-19 epidemic is threatening not just our health systems but the entire world economy. Strong and immediate measures are needed to limit contagion, save the highest number...
Al bivio tra sorveglianza totalitaria o democratizzazione del controllo sui dati Il mondo intero sta affrontando una crisi senza precedenti – quella dovuta al Covid-19 – che sta mettendo a dura prova non solo i nostri sistemi sanitari ma gli interi sistemi Paese....
Ecosteer and Keix collaborate to create new applications based on real time data streams from connected things.
The Keix's team - a startup that has developed a proprietary platform for IoT data analytics - won the challenge launched by Ecosteer at the NOI Hackathon 2019 with an App that uses VR to dispaly real time data streams. Ecosteer is a software startup that uses...
EcoSteer is an IoT and Blockchain software company that addresses the key IoT issues of interoperability, security and privacy. Our mission is to digitalise the physical world in a secure and cost-efficient way, converting things into shareable and tokenizable data streams, under complete control of their owners. We believe in decentralised marketplaces where every personal, corporate and public asset in a city could become a data streams producer, and these data streams could be sold to stakeholders looking to use that data for a more efficient, smarter and healthier environment, thus laying the foundations for a new Data Sharing Economy. The Data Sharing Economy can create tremendous opportunities for those companies that will choose to disrupt obsolete business models. Let’s start building it together.