Monnit Corporation is a US company that was established to capitalise on the emerging trend of connecting to, monitoring and controlling machines and other "things" in our environment. It aims to be THE low cost wireless sensor partner of choice.
Monnit designs and manufactures wireless sensors for industrial and consumer use, which are easy to install and use. Its sensors monitor temperature, moisture, vibrations, events, light and voltage. Specifically, they can monitor temperature in freezers in supermarkets, door status in shops (open/closed), the number of people who have walked past billboards, etc.
At the end of 2015, Monnit was recognized as a Top 50 Leading IoT Solutions Provider, together with such companies as Amazon, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft and Google.
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