IoT Technology You Might Actually Want to Use – The Intelligent Door Lands At Mobile World Congress
UK based Internet of Things (IoT) security company, Copper Horse is to showcase its intelligent door technology at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. The demonstrator will show connectivity with Twitter and Samsung’s SmartThings. A wide range of potential applications include helping to prevent rural theft by monitoring farms, smart city and home usage as well as protecting historical buildings. The technology can also be used for independent assisted living and for the detection of domestic violence.
Copper Horse has advised organisations including the GSMA on connected device security and decided to extend this to a secure IoT product of its own. Copper Horse CEO, David Rogers said “The intelligent door is just the start. Through our in-house motion project, we intend to extend our software, hardware and security expertise into IoT products which are focused on user needs”.
The proprietary design of the intelligent door technology uses advanced algorithms to detect different types of data based on motion and then transmits that to a variety of smart systems. It has been developed with user privacy in mind and is designed to be secure by default.
David, who also sits on the Executive Board of the Internet of Things Security Foundation, continued “it is time for users to take control of their data. Our technology enables this. Remember – you are not the product.”
The intelligent door can be viewed at stand 7C70e where Copper Horse will also offer delegates advice on connected device security strategies. More information can be found at: www.copperhorse.co.uk.