By Eimear Dodd Journalism MA student, @TheCity_Dublin editor, @Irish_TechNews

Unified Inbox Pte. Ltd (UIB) has announced that its demo website will be made public from 20 April 2017.

The previously private demo site showcases the UnificationEngine™ (UE) intelligent IoT messaging platform.

The UE IoT platform enables machine to human (M2H) and human to machine (H2M) communications through a single Application Programming Interface (API).

“The demo.unifiedinbox.com website shows people how our UnificationEngine platform enables people to remotely control and receive alerts and notifications from their smart devices at home, at work, and on the go, on their favorite communications channels.” said UIB CMO Ken Herron.

The demo site displays the UE IoT platform through live, interactive use cases for smart homes, smart enterprises, and smart cities.

The UE IoT messaging platform allows users to connect to their smart devices using their existing communications channels without downloading separate apps.

Manufacturers can also integrate the platform into their devices to allow access to any communications channel. It is compatible with over 20 different messaging channels, including WhatsApp, Viber, Facebook and Twitter.

UIB Head of Design Carsten Czech said, “Demo.unifiedinbox.com allows users to connect their smartphones to control and query a virtual smart home or smart city. Users can message connected devices, vehicles, and infrastructure…. using the most popular communications channels.”

The Demo.unifiedinbox.com site has also been recognised as one of the best on the web in the Webby Awards 2017.

On 4 April 2017, the site was selected as an official honoree in the Webby Award category for Website Features and Design—Technical Achievement for Websites.

The Webby Awards are presented by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, which includes over 2,000 leading web experts, business figures, luminaries, visionaries and entertainers.

The UE IoT messaging platform has B2C, B2B and B2G applications. It can be used by global smart device manufacturers and governments to allow users and residents to talk with their appliances, electronics, and cities.

As a security feature, UE matches people’s identity to their device’s identity, so only they, or the people they explicitly authorize, can communicate with and control their smart devices.

To trial the demo, connect your smartphone and control the smart devices in UIB’s UnificationEngine demo using your messaging, chat, or social media account now at: demo.unifiedinbox.com.

Learn more about Unified Inbox at UnifiedInbox.com.


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