CoreKinect Teams with Cox Communications for IoT Solutions


As recently announced, CoreKinect, a startup specializing in the development of customized hardware solutions within the Internet of Things (IoT) domain, will provide sensor-based solutions for Cox Communications' new Cox2M Connected Asset Services business line. The company will design and develop the hardware that is integral to asset tracking products that are part of Cox2M's end-to-end IoT solutions.

“We are very pleased to partner with such a forward-looking organization as Cox Communications,” said Assar Badri, CEO & Co-Founder, CoreKinect. “Cox is redefining the IoT space by introducing custom, purpose-built sensors at market disrupting price points.”

The applications for CoreKinect technologies span asset tracking, smart home and city systems, wearables, agriculture, as well as energy solutions, the company says. From initial design to the assembly line, CoreKinect manages the entire production of IoT products.

Cox2M reportedly will use CoreKinect products as needed as part of its comprehensive solutions to collect data from client connected assets and enable organizations to track, monitor, and manage these mobile and fixed assets at a lower cost. It is an open solution that easily integrates into an organization's existing systems and processes creating a seamless IoT experience. The solution includes advanced analytics/machine learning capabilities to provide real-time customer insights that inform business and operational decisions.

“The depth and breadth of CoreKinect's team, quality product development, and complete supply chain solutions will help ensure a successful deployment for our Cox2M business line,” said Josh Sommer, executive director, new growth strategy, Cox Communications. “CoreKinect's low-power, wide-area network and asset tracking systems provide an agnostic communications platform that will allow Cox Communications to deliver end-to-end IoT solutions.”

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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