Spreading Love at Google I/O Extended

Author: Seluxit 18/05/2017

Seluxit has just sponsored the Google I/O Extended event our home city of Aalborg, Denmark.

At the event, and by popular demand, we’ve brought back our Love Potions Maker demonstrator, first shown at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year.

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FET Innovation Launchpad

Author: Seluxit 03/04/2017

Hesitation can be the bane of innovation.

With this in mind, the European Commission has created the Future and Emerging Technology (FET) Innovation Launchpad to bring novel ideas generated through FET research projects closer to market.

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Young, international talent

Author: Seluxit 29/03/2017

About two-thirds of Seluxit’s workplace is foreign born, including several from outside the EU. Diversity strengthens innovation, and nationality is one important parameter along with age, gender, professional background, personality and other factors.

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Love Potions

Author: Seluxit 08/03/2017

Love potions was the theme of Seluxit’s stand at the recent Mobile World Conference in Barcelona (27 of February to 2 of March, 2017).

We thought the world needed more love, but aside from that, we used the theme to demonstrate and introduce our new initiative, Q.

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MWC17 stand theme revealed

Author: Seluxit 11/01/2017

Love potions…

If the connection between the IoT and love potions isn’t obvious to you, then you should come to Barcelona at the end of February to the Mobile World Congress.

We’ll tell you how you make your customers love the IoT.

There’s no lingua franca to enable smart, connected devices to work together. And although there’s no simple answer, no silver bullet, our bold new initiative offers a viable way forward, offering the best of the open-source community ethos in an effective business-friendly framework.

Come to Barcelona, or contact us to find out more

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IoT Meetup

Author: Seluxit 21/10/2016

The Internet of Things is fun.

While our company and our customers depend on the business value generated by IoT applications, there’s also a popular wave of hobbyists that are unburdened by these concerns.

That doesn’t mean that hobbyists have cornered the market on having fun with the IoT though.

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