MIAMI, Jan. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AdMobilize today announced that its game-changing Internet of Things creation, MATRIX, would receive recognition as a CES 2016 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Tech for a Better World product category. The product promises a standard OS for the Internet of Things and app marketplace where people around the world can build and download applications that connect the physical and online worlds. For the smart home vertical, MATRIX utilizes existing software API tools from prominent smart home device makers, for example Nest and August, to serve as the most intuitive hub for connected devices.
Products entered in the prestigious Innovation Awards are evaluated on their engineering, aesthetic and design qualities, intended use/function and user value, how the design and innovation of the product directly compares to other products in the marketplace and unique/novel features present.
The industry-defining MATRIX device hosts over a dozen sensors that interact with physical spaces, including a camera, thermometer, microphone, barometer, gyroscope, and many more. Integrations with Z-Wave, Zigbee, and IR are possible. Additionally, MATRIX comes with a wide range of wireless communication methods such as Bluetooth, 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, along with CDMA and GSM 3G cellular protocols. Thus, connecting semi-smart devices such as networked cameras and Bluetooth security sensors to MATRIX is simple.
"As developers of cutting edge-technology, we believe in the creative power of developers to change the world. Today, there isn't a unified Internet of Things platform powered by a single device that allows the industry to reach its full potential; that's why we created MATRIX," said Rodolfo Saccoman, CEO of AdMobilize.
"For the business minded developer, taking a risk to gain an early adopter advantage in an emerging marketplace is huge. Can you imagine how in demand you would be if you had been developing iPhone apps since 2007? Now what if you had been developing BlackBerry apps? You just lost the farm," said Sean Canton, IoT platform engineer.
After successfully completing the MATRIX Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign on December 10th, the company has dived full-speed into the development of the MATRIX. A special first look at MATRIX technology will be available at CES Booth #82732- Tech West, Sands/Venetian Level 1 Hall G.
MATRIX is the nerve center for the Internet of Things, developed by AdMobilize, the company that created the first "plug and measure" digital analytics platform for physical spaces. Headquartered in Miami, the company is comprised of developers and tech virtuosos from all over the world focused on bridging the gap between the physical and digital worlds. AdMobilize will release MATRIX in May 2016. You can now pre-order MATRIX at www.MATRIX.one.