Symbisa, created by Hanhaa, is a multi-functional IoT (Internet of Things) device with five built-in sensors for an endless combination of monitoring options all in one piece of technology.
Symbisa takes the concept of empowerment to the next level by giving users easy solutions to a multitude of problems . This device is equipped with sensors to measure location, light, temperature, humidity and movement. With endless possibilities, Symbisa can be used to track down valuables, to ensure perfect temperature and humidity while transporting fragile artwork, to check on your home while you are away, or locating your pets while they are outside or you are away.
“Symbisa is perfect for anyone. While it comes with a user-friendly interface, for more advanced users, we’ve made it fully customizable both in terms of hardware and coding. We blended hardware, services, and support into a single device that makes a plethora of capabilities available to you. Making it easy to engage with your IoT and get active within minutes.” explains, Azhar Hussain, founder of Hanhaa.
Setting Up Symbisa:
Symbisa is easy to set up. The data collected remains private and no technical skills are required. It comes with a user-friendly interface that makes it easy to customize by simply dragging and dropping the sensor icons to the action panel. Custom sequences can be set from preset sequences to complete tasks or use a smartphone or tablet which can set triggers, conditions and capture readings. Its power source is a battery and it automatically connects to the internet with no necessary configuration .
Symbisa and Iot:
Hanhaa, founded by Azhar Hussain MBE, created Symbisa. The company is made up of a group of experienced engineers and executives focused on empowering the inventors of tomorrow. They have extensive experience in the electronics world and created Mango Cube, a pocket sized Arduino compatible board that was 300% funded on Kickstarter. Hanhaa also won the first prize in the Internet of Things category at the “4 Years From Now (4YFN)” competition at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona.
In order to raise funds to complete manufacturing on the same production line as the Raspberry Pi, Hanhaa has launched a Kickstarter campaign. The Symbisa inventor kit is available for preorder until January 16th, 2016.