Gather Data.
Take Control. Automate.

Make Your Own IoT

Instantaneous Connectivity

Plug in a gateway and any number of nodes.  Then log onto the app.  You’ll see that data is already flowing to your cloud.

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Pre-Made Controls

Add some buttons to your app, and then turn on or off anythings you’ve attached your box to.

Menu-Driven Automations

Make if work for you when you’re not even paying attention.  Menu driven alerts and commands make it all come together.

Are you an Arduino Hacker?

You’re going to love what you can do with this

Our devices use the Atmega328 chip with an FTDI programming cable port.  The original code is provided.  Take control like you would any Arduino project.  Data you collect is automatically databased.  Any functions you want to execute can be called on command from the web app or from your app’s automations.

Capabilites

Limited Only By Your Imagination..

Security Systems

Sensors on while you are away, or even while you’re home. Get alerts on any intrusions without paying high monthly fees to security companies.

Frozen Pipes

You know it’s cold outside. But how cold are your pipes?  Do you need to check every day?  Better idea – get a text when you’re pipes go down to freezing.

Flood Detection

Almost everyone we know has been affected.  When water starts gathering anywhere, find out immediately.  And, maybe even turn something off.

Solar System Monitoring

DIY’ing it?  Batteries are expensive.  Stop carrying your voltmeter outside.  Check your app, and have your system shut down if the batteries aren’t charging.

2nd Home Monitoring

That vacation home near Lake Michigan – great for weekends.  Not great from a security cost perspective.  Protect yourself without paying $40/month.

Health Monitoring

How often are you in bed, and how much do you move at night? How often do your patients visit the restroom?

Landscape Lights

On in the morning, on at night.  On when you want them.  On when someone else is in your back yard.  Combine security lights with a great backyard experience.

Smoke Detection

Don’t send an alert to your app – send then to your family, neighbors, and the fire department.  See if the insurance company might cut you a break.

Air Quality

Carbon monoxide, methane, dust – find out when levels exceed your limits.

HVAC Analysis

Check individual rooms as the A/C and heat cycle on and off. Which rooms aren’t getting enough?  Should you adjust the vents?  More insulation?

Smart Home Functionality

Put boxes in all the rooms in your house. Monitor which rooms are being used.  Turn things on at the right time.  Fresh coffee ready when you wake up.

Equipment Monitoring

High temperatures or heavy vibrations?  Find out before your critical equipment fails.

Science Experiments

Running a critical experiment, and afraid to leave the house?  Get alerts on certain data points.  Turn off those processes from the grocery store.

Wine Cellars / Humidors

AC units and hygrometers are watching.  Back them up with remote alerts to monitor your valuable inventory.  Shut it down if there is a problem.

Sump Pumps

Your pump knows when to turn on…unless it doesn’t. Find out about failures before it’s too late.

Rental Properties

Your tenants left.  Did they leave the windows open?  A/C on full blast?  Minimize losses from careless tenants.

Elderly Care

Check on your parents without the 20 minute drive.  Confirm there is the movement where it should be.  Be certain that health routines are followed.

Child Care

The kids aren’t supposed to be in that room, leave those doors open, play with the thermostat, or get out of bed during nap time. Keep an eye on things.

Our Story

The promise of the connected home has been front-and-center for over a decade.  And yet, most people don’t have one.  Turf wars and IP protection have prevented the kind of innovation we all expect.  But with inexpensive electronics hardware and open source software libraries, it shouldn’t be that hard.

Larry Vincek started the OhioIoT project in 2015 to allow non-programmers to take control of their Internet-connected projects and start to enjoy home monitoring and automation.

Currently, OhioIoT, Inc. is finalizing a platform and portfolio of products that will represent a variety of opportunities for retail consumers and a tool for DIY’ers who want to create their own automations.

Our Story

The promise of the connected home has been front-and-center for over a decade.  And yet, most people don’t have one.  Turf wars and IP protection have prevented the kind of innovation we all expect.  But with inexpensive electronics hardware and open source software libraries, it shouldn’t be that hard.

Larry Vincek started the OhioIoT project in 2015 to create a way for regular people to take control of their Internet-connected projects and start to start enjoy home monitoring and automations opportunities.

Currently, OhioIoT, Inc. is finalizing a platform that will be used to spawn a range of consumer electronics, a tool for DIY’ers who want to create their own automations, and a lower cost way for individual customers to create, highly customized IoT solutions.

Who We’re Looking For

DIY'ers

FIre that switch, check that action.  Finally, connect your black box to the internet.  Let us show you how.

Inventors

Know what you need, but not seeing it in the market?  Talk to us – your idea might become a product.

Investors

One platform, looking at a thousand use cases.  Get involved now, and help us grow.

Collaborators

Do we think alike?  The pie is big, and getting bigger.  Let’s see if we can help each other.

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