IoT Connected Service Platform Builder ‘Kamea’ Launched at CES

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Kamea launched worldwide after a successful three-month trial in France.

Witekio, an embedded software expert and an Avnet company, has today announced the worldwide launch of its latest software accelerator at CES 2023.

The accelerator, which is an IoT management platform builder for equipment manufacturers (OEMs) will help accelerate connected product and service innovation. The platform was soft-launched at Witekio’s HQ (Lyon, France) three months ago and has already seen positive uptake and reviews from clients.

Want to find out more about Kamea?

A Connected Service Platform Builder born from 20 years of experience in supporting OEMs

Witekio’s embedded software engineers have been working with equipment manufacturers to help develop their most innovative products for over twenty years.

In this time, the industry ecosystem and trends have changed massively, and among the new challenges, OEMs are facing a need for ever more complex IoT software and hardware development, as well as tougher maintenance and cost expectations.

Based on the company’s vast experience with this IoT demand, Witekio set to work on a conclusive proof of concept and invested over 2 million euros in R&D for the Connected Service Platform Builder – Kamea.

Pierre Gal, Witekio Solutions Director, commented:

We developed the platform with the thought – what if an OEM could have the best of both worlds? Meaning full access and a ready-to-integrate IP that they can use inside their development, but no lock-ins. That’s the Kamea promise, ultimate flexibility, speed & ownership.

Witekio’s latest Software Accelerator also promises to enable users to accelerate time to market, maintain and adapt an IP themselves, and allow product and services development without the need for highly skilled developers.

You can find out more about Kamea – here.

Georgie Ryan Casling - Content Manager
06 January 2023