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CyberVision | Date: 2016-06-15

Audio-video receivers; Audio speakers; Battery chargers; Closed circuit TV systems for security and surveillance, namely, cameras, switchers, monitors, microphones, and recorders; Computer network adapters, switches, routers and hubs; Digital media receivers; Electrical adapters; Electrical switches; Electronic devices for locating and tracking children, people, pets, using radio frequency, global positioning systems, cellular communication; Ethernet adapters; Hard disk drives (HDD); Liquid crystal displays; Power adapters; Signal splitters for electronic apparatus; USB charging ports; Wearable activity trackers; Wireless indoor and outdoor speakers.


Kaa

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CyberVision | Date: 2014-07-03

downloadable client-server computer software framework for managing connected applications and connected devices, and enabling interactions across them.


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CyberVision | Date: 2010-10-27

Electronic publications, namely, books featuring educational subject matter in the field of social studies recorded on computer media. Electronic publishing services, namely, publication of text and graphic works of others on computer media, featuring social studies; book publishing.


Kaa

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CyberVision | Date: 2015-09-14

downloadable client-server computer software framework for managing connected applications and connected devices, and enabling interactions across them.


News Article | October 30, 2014
Site: blog.cybervisiontech.com

IOTAConf is a conference that explores, teaches and presents new technologies for the Internet of Things. This year it gathered some of the most influential people in the IoT industry, and our team had a great chance to showcase the latest release of the Kaa IoT platform. CyberVision made a splash at the conference with its new open source IoT platform. Kaa engineering team built a demo specifically for IOTAconf, that featured several Arduino-powered robots collectively searching for an exit out of a randomly built maze set up right at our booth. Booth visitors were welcome to move the maze walls and change the starting positions of the bots. The entire demo was built in 2 weeks by leveraging Kaa capabilities. “Based on the strong interest in Kaa at IOTAconf we can see a clear demand in solid open source middleware that would speed up time to market for connected products,” says Andrew Kokhanovskyi, CTO at CyberVision. “Organizations recognise the value Kaa delivers and we look forward to achieving even more with the new partners.” With nearly two decades of experience CyberVision is a global provider of IT consulting services. Our pool of highly talented engineers utilize cutting edge technologies to deliver complex solutions. Our clients will attest – we don’t just implement software systems, we think strategically about the system lifecycle, scalability, and maintenance. www.cybervisiontech.com Kaa is an open source platform for building and enhancing applications in the realm of Internet of Things. Kaa allows companies to expedite a products’ time-to-market, increase performance, and attract subscribers. Kaa introduces standardized methods for enabling integration and interoperation across connected products. The Kaa IoT platform is licensed under Apache 2.0, and is 100% open source. Kaa is designed to be robust, flexible, easy to use and deploy. www.kaaproject.org


News Article | December 2, 2014
Site: blog.cybervisiontech.com

CyberVision is glad to announce the launch of a brand new product – the Kaa IoT Platform, a platform for building and running applications for the Internet of Things (IoT). The Kaa IoT platform is licensed under Apache 2.0. With the perpetually growing number of readily available Internet of Things technologies, our experts set out to develop a platform which will enable companies to dramatically reduce cost of building connected products by supplying a tool to deal with most of the typical tasks. The openness of the Kaa IoT platform provides developers with an opportunity to expand on the source code, if needed. The linear scalability of Kaa makes the platform a good fit for both current and future business needs. “One of the most widespread misconceptions about the Internet of Things is that companies have all the data they require.” says Andrew Kokhanovskyi, CTO at CyberVision, “In reality, scaling the collection of necessary data is a perplexing task, its quality can usually be better, and integrating multiple data sources is very far from trivial. However, the real challenge is making sense of the collected information. We had a goal to create a unified platform for building and managing connected software that will not only be 100% open source but will also be able to collect information of varying, well defined data types from various sources, later on allowing the organizations to use it for their business needs. And so we did.” Kaa manages the delivery of structured events across endpoints. When endpoints register with the Kaa server, they advertise the types of event classes they are capable of originating and receiving, thus enabling auto-discovery. Kaa’s logging subsystem performs collection and storage of the structured data that is received from endpoints. A typical use-case would be collecting various types of logs: performance, user behavior, exceptional conditions, etc. When a Kaa server registers an endpoint, an associated endpoint profile is created. A profile is a snapshot of any data the specific server application needs to know about the client. Profiles can contain things like OS version, amount of RAM, average battery life, type of network connection, device operation mode – virtually anything. By applying filtering criteria to profiles it is possible to construct endpoint groups. The notifications feature performs the distribution of structured messages, posted within topics, from the Kaa server to endpoints. The structure of notifications is defined by a dedicated data schema. Topic access is controlled by using the specified endpoint’s group membership. Kaa has the ability to distribute a data set of arbitrary complexity from the Kaa server to endpoints. The Kaa IoT platform operates against structured data, constraints types, and guarantees data integrity. This feature can be used for centralized configuration management, content distribution, etc. Based on the endpoint’s group membership, it is possible to control what data is available to the endpoint. Headquartered in Bal Harbour, Florida, USA, with its 20 years of experience, CyberVision is a trusted global provider of IT services. With our ever growing number of talented employees from the United States and Ukraine, we are passionate about cutting edge technologies employed in the new challenging projects that we deliver to our clients worldwide. With a personal standard for excellence, our clients will attest: we don’t just implement software systems, we think strategically about the system lifecycle, scalability, and maintenance. For more information visit: www.cybervisiontech.com Kaa is a platform for building and running applications for the Internet of Things, that allows companies to expedite products’ time-to-market, increase performance, and attract end users and customers. Kaa introduces standardized methods for enabling integration and interoperation across connected products. The Kaa IoT platform is licensed under Apache 2.0, thus being 100% open source with no royalties. Kaa is designed to be robust, flexible, and easy to use. For more information visit: www.kaaproject.org


News Article | December 2, 2014
Site: blog.cybervisiontech.com

August 11, 2014 — CyberVision, Inc., a software development services company, today announced that it has joined the Hortonworks® Systems Integrator Partner Program and will be delivering big data solutions powered by the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) Hortonworks is the leading contributor to and provider of Apache™ Hadoop®. CyberVision’s customers can now benefit from easier integration with Hadoop to efficiently process very large data sets using this highly scalable and reliable platform.By joining the Hortonworks Systems Integrator Partner program, CyberVision, Inc. will strengthen its ability to implement enterprise-level big data solutions including the Hortonworks Data Platform, the industry’s only 100-percent open source Hadoop distribution, explicitly architected, built, and tested for enterprise-grade deployments. CyberVision’s implementation services enable batch, stream, and on-demand analysis of very large data sets to gain actionable intelligence to identify needs and provide services. With the integration of Hadoop, customers can now enjoy fast data pre-processing, reliable and scalable distributed data storage, powerful data analytics, data aggregation, and multi-platform support. CyberVision’s experience in NoSQL began in the late 90s when utilizing BerkeleyDB to process energy consumption data from more than 5 million California households. Since then, CyberVision has implemented a number of big data solutions, developed custom data analytics algorithms and front-end applications for Hadoop. CyberVision offers the following HDP expertise: framework customization, cluster management, access control and security, multi-platform support, data warehousing, analytics, data mining, what-if analysis, and machine learning. Hortonworks Data Platform was built by the core architects, builders and operators of Apache Hadoop and includes all of the necessary components to manage a cluster at scale and uncover business insights from existing and new big data sources. With a YARN-based architecture, HDP enables multiple workloads, applications and processing engines across single clusters with optimal efficiency. A reliable, secure and multi-use enterprise data platform, HDP is an important component of the modern data architecture, helping organizations mine, process and analyze large batches of unstructured data sets to make more informed business decisions. ”We welcome CyberVision to the Hortonworks Systems Integrator Partner Program and look forward to working with them to provide data-driven applications powered by HDP to their customers,” said John Kreisa, vice president of strategic marketing at Hortonworks. “Given their long-standing experience with building high-value enterprise solutions, CyberVision is ideally suited to support customers with their Hadoop deployments and big data projects.”


News Article | December 19, 2014
Site: blog.cybervisiontech.com

We are delighted to inform you that Kaa open-source IoT Platform is a new participant of Battle of Platforms 2015, hosted by M2M Evolution that will take place in Miami on 27th January. Andrew Kokhanovskyi, CTO of CyberVision Inc. and the creator of Kaa, will demonstrate a competitive advantage of our platform and its unique set of features. For this purpose, Andrew will be given 15 minutes for a presentation which will include a real-life demo right on the stage! After all the platforms are showcased, the jury will categorise them and announce the winners. Kaa had huge success with the demo presented at IOTA and we are excited to show an even better demo, which our engineering team has prepared for the Battle of Platforms! The overall number of participants is expected to be around 10. “Whether you are looking to find the right M2M platform solution for your project, or are merely interested in understanding what the market has to offer – Battle of the Platforms will give you access to an excellent cross section of solutions, in a short amount of time and all in one location.” - organisers say. Battle of the Platforms is free to attend, all you need to do is register here. After BTOP 2015, M2M Evolution event will start (27-29 Jan) where CyberVision team will be present as well. We are happy to schedule a meeting if you feel you have questions about Kaa open-source IoT platform and how you could make use of it in your IoT ecosystem. Please drop us a line on mbondarenko@cybervisiotech.com for a meeting request. Kaa is an open source platform for building and facilitating applications in the realm of Internet of Things. Kaa allows companies to expedite a products’ time-to-market, increase performance, and attract customers/subscribers. Kaa introduces standardized methods for enabling integration and interoperation across connected products. The Kaa IoT platform is licensed under Apache 2.0, and is 100% open source without royalties. Kaa is designed to be robust, flexible, and easy to use and deploy. www.kaaproject.org


News Article | October 28, 2016
Site: co.newswire.com

CyberVision announces the launch of a brand new product - the Kaa IoT Platform, a platform for building and running applications for the Internet of Things (IoT).

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