Quantum Integration Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for New IoT Platform

Its IoT platform is designed for both consumers and experts and lets them control anything from a smart thermostat to fully automated buildings and even robots.

Quantum Integration is launching a Kickstarter campaign to support its Quantum IoT platform. The company says it comes with a complete suite of hardware and software and is designed to be easy to use for newcomers to the technology while being powerful enough to support everything an expert would want to do. It offers a graphical user interface that doesn’t require any programming experience and lets anyone create customized plug-and-play IoT devices, firmware, and applications to manage them. The campaign hopes to raise $25,000 and will run from July 28th until August 31st, and the platform will ship in September.

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“We’re incredibly excited to open up this kind of technology to the mainstream,” says Michael Barnick, CEO and founder of Quantum Integration. “Hobby electronics and the IoT space, in general, can be intimidating for some, and platforms require a degree of programming knowledge. Our platform’s features like the drag-and-drop App Builder and automated Firmware Generator make developing complex projects simple, and users easily create and take on their own projects in record time.

According to their release, backers can choose from several options:

  • The Q-Server Central Core – The heart and power of the IoT platform which provides complete control of the entire IoT network.
  • Q-Client Builder Base – The easiest way for users to build their own custom IoT devices; can add virtually any sensor or device to the network.
  • Starter Kit – A wide variety of electronic components ready for immediate use on the Quantum IoT platform.

Quantum’s platform also allows third party integrations and is future proof, with their user-friendly process to connect and control hardware.

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