Recently, cryptocurrencies and blockchains have been gaining a lot of traction with the media and the public. Many industries are exploring the possibilities the technology enables. Internet of Things is no different, with its many possible applications. Distributed ledger technologies bring extra safety to the world of IoT, along with offering completely new business opportunities. Ruuvi is one of the first IoT sensor companies supporting these bleeding edge technologies. They’re closely cooperating with pioneers of this new industry.
Ruuvi – A Complete Environmental Sensor Solution in Your Pocket
- Boost your business: RuuviTag is a generic sensor node, that fits perfectly with many uses. Its open-source design enables various customisation possibilities. Both the hardware and software are 100% open. Building new products with different purposes or using RuuviTags as a part of an existing product is fast and cost-effective, as the device is certified and already in mass production. RuuviTags sold in 2016 alone have produced already more than 350 000 000 000 data points. Over 1 000 companies are already using RuuviTags to boost their businesses.
- Measuring Made Easy: RuuviTag is a waterproof Bluetooth sensor capable of sending temperature, humidity, pressure and motion information directly to your mobile phone. It has limitless use possibilities around your home, and has a convenient, long-lasting battery.
With RuuviTag You can measure anything anywhere. RuuviTag is a weatherproof Bluetooth sensor capable of sending air temperature, relative air humidity, air pressure and motion information directly to your mobile phone. It has limitless use possibilities around your home, and has a convenient multi-year battery. Attach one to your fridge, one outside your home, and one in your bedroom. Only your imagination sets the limits on how RuuviTags can be used to simplify your everyday life.
RuuviTag is an advanced CE/FCC/RoHS/IP67/Bluetooth certified open-source sensor node designed to fulfil needs of personal users, business customers, developers and makers.
IOTA’s Masked Authentication Messaging
Since July 2017, Ruuvi has cooperated with IOTA’s core team by adding IOTA Masked Authentication Messaging (MAM) support to RuuviTag. This made RuuviTag the first IOTA compatible low-power sensor node. Both parties announced the project in September 2017 at a blockchain hackathon event in Frankfurt, Germany.