miniMole revealed! Inside our new platform for smart camera

Register for miniMole platform beta

miniMole beta registration is now open!
Join by August 31, 2014 for exclusive early bird access.

We have some exciting news for all our app developers, especially those of you working on Internet of Things (IoT) camera and video initiatives. Kii has partnered with camera hardware company Astak and  IoT cloud services provider Weaved to introduce the first connected IP camera platform with an open API and developer portal.

The miniMole platform will enter beta at the end of 2014. Want to be one of the first developers to check it out? Early bird registration is open now through August 31.

Register for miniMole beta access here >>

We’re seeing some really fun uses for connected IP cameras, from puppy and baby cams to action cams and wearables, along with more serious home, business and professional surveillance use cases. It’s a market experiencing amazing hyper growth with more than 20 million units expected to sell in 2014 alone.

With miniMole, device manufacturers and service providers can easily add IP camera functionality to their products. Developers get access to an open platform for creating value-added connected camera apps for consumers and businesses. Have your heart set on developing that next 360-degree view camera app or doorbell cam? Now’s your chance. Platform features include:

  • Device discovery
  • User authentication
  • Secure peer-to-peer and relay connections
  • Low latency live streaming video and audio
  • Cloud DVR
  • iOS and Android notifications
  • Camera sharing

Don’t wait to register. We’re only taking early bird applications now through August 31, 2014. An email will be sent to all early adopters in Q4 2014 with details about the Weaved open API for miniMole and a link to download the SDK.

We hope you’ll join us!

Allseen Alliance member

Kii and Weaved are members of the Allseen Alliance, an open source consortium whose mission is to drive widespread adoption of Internet of Things devices and applications.


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