Happiest Baby, Inc., employed Softeq to help launch our flagship product SNOO, the world's smartest baby bed. The partnership contributed to SNOO’s successful launch, which has since won several awards, including CES 2017 Best of Baby Tech & Safety and the 2017 BIG Innovation Award.
Mobile App, Web, and Firmware for a Smart Bassinet
The client invented a smart bassinet, which leverages embedded sound sensors to detect crying and automatically calm babies. The smart aspect was driven by a mobile app, a web back end and a piece of firmware. The client was looking for a full-stack development company that could help implement the IoT solution.Show Case Study
When I came across Softeq I was immediately impressed with their professionalism and their customer list. My sense from Softeq’s genuine level of interest and enthusiasm for the project is that they really got it. They leaned in a big way to understand the marketplace, the competitive landscape, the specific requirements of what would differentiate my product from others. It’s been a very collaborative process.
Smart Dog Collar: Precise Pet Activity Monitoring and Safety Control
Softeq’s team executed extensive R&D and analysis to make sure our customer’s idea was feasible. The smart collar is a multi-sensor wearable device that monitors a dog's location, physical activity, and behavior, and helps prevent car accidents.Show Case Study
Overall, the results have met our expectations. The app has a very modern microservice architecture.They’ve made it really easy for us to work with them. We visited their development center. The people have a unique spirit. They’re a very motivated crew. It feels good to go there and work with them.
App for Smart Baby Products
The client turned to Softeq to fix issues affecting the performance of their IoT suite and connect new baby care products.Show Case Study
A wrist-worn device that runs a pet simulation game. To help the client turn the solution into a reality, our team developed the game logic and graphics, firmware, 3D enclosure model, circuit diagram, and printed circuit board.
Wearable Device with a Pet Simulation Game
A consumer electronics company turned to Softeq to design a wearable device with a pre-installed game that helps children learn how to take care of a virtual pet.Show Case Study
The client wanted to enable couches to monitor their athletes’ workouts to help them perform at full capacity. The client asked us to build an app that gathers data from sensors positioned on athlete’s body, analyzes it, and visualizes the information using an interactive dashboard.
IoT-based Athlete Performance Assessment Solution
A company that manufactures wearable sensors turned to Softeq to create an athlete performance assessment platform for sports coaches. The solution captures, processes, and visualizes the data acquired from sensing devices attached to an athlete’s body.Show Case Study
Electronic Kit for Revolution Robotics
The client addressed Softeq to develop an electronic kit that would allow users to assemble, program, and control robots via a smartphone.Show Case Study