Origin Wireless Inc., the pioneer of Wi-Fi and AI sensing technology, and nami.ai, an Artificial Intelligence of Things start-up, have recently unveiled their “now” initiative, which stands for nami origin wi-fi sensing. The primary purpose of the platform is to unite two industry giants, who can collaboratively provide companies and brands with an all-in-one solution, which is an amalgamation of AI, software, and hardware. The “now” platform is a cost-efficient solution and also speeds up the time to market for IoT providers, ISPs, PropTech, InsurTech, HealthTech, and EnergyTech. Once the “now” AIoT platform is incorporated, all smart devices, even the smallest one, become sensors to differentiate between human beings, robot vacuums, pets, fans, and more.
“nami’s impressive AIoT infrastructure, encompassing firmware, cloud, API and UI/UX layers, is invaluable to the now platform with digital monitoring powered by Origin’s advanced AI wireless sensing technology,” said Dr. Ray Liu, Founder, and CEO, Origin. “We are pleased to bring our joint solution to the market and look forward to its early applications and future success“, added Liu.
“We are excited to contribute to elevating an industry from the Internet of Things to the Intelligence of Things“, expressed Jean-Eudes Leroy, CEO, nami. “Non-line-of-sight monitoring technology allows us to fully respect people’s privacy while bringing unprecedented levels of granularity in digital sensing. With the now initiative, we have built a middleware platform guaranteeing privacy from back-end to front-end. Together with Origin, we are creating solutions around both B2C and B2B use-cases – relevant for security, energy efficiency, building automation and health – to help innovative players smoothly incorporate Wi-Fi sensing disruption to their value propositions“, added Leroy.
Currently, Origin and nami are all set to host a virtual event, “now presence sensing“, on February 16th & 17th, to showcase the building blocks of their combined initiative. The event will feature live sensing demos, presentations, and Q&A sessions. Also, now platform and customizable offerings, tailored to a variety of applications, will be presented by the companies.