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.
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
One thing that stood out for me was [team’s] flexibility. Because [it is] based in Belarus, there’s a six-hour time difference between us. While I was initially concerned about this arrangement, Softeq routinely worked around our schedule, even if that meant working at night to accommodate our business hours. I’ve found [the team] to be conscientious, hardworking, and quick to tie up any loose ends.
Mobile Athlete Performance Management App
The mobile app (iOS, Android) targets professional athletes who need to follow a workout program, track the progress, and get professional coaching to improve their performance.Show Case Study
OBUR Health provides 24/7 doctor house calls via an Uber-like mobile application. Using the app, a patient requiring non-emergency medical and nursing care services can schedule a visit from a certified healthcare provider within a designated area. The solution successfully passed acceptance testing and is now available on the App Store.
The lights settings are accessible through a PIN entered once. This helps identify the right string when several individual pieces are hanging in proximity to each other.
Bluetooth-based Remote Control App for Outdoor Lights
The customer turned to Softeq to create a BLE-enabled mobile application, which would link a smartphone or tablet to a lights string. The app allows users greater control and functionality compared to the RF remote capabilitiesShow Case Study