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Augmate

Augmate Connect is the world's first blockchain agnostic IoT device management platform.

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Company Overview

We’re here to push the ecosystem forward. Our technology removes the traditional barriers of interoperability, time, and adaptability. In doing so, we’re poised to help shape a “Fourth Industrial Revolution” by bridging the gap between inflexible business information systems, wearables and all of IoT through true modularity to streamline supply chain and production processes in an unprecedented way.

Learn more at augmate.io



KPIs

10 Employees
1 Issued Patents

Pitch Deck

Traction

  • $12M+ investment received from token sale

    March, 2018
  • MATE token sale launches

    December, 2017
  • Gartner "2017 Cool Vendor" Award

    November, 2017
  • Wearable platform begins expansion to IoT with Augmate Connect

    April, 2017
  • Wearable Environment Manager (WEM) launches

    June, 2016
  • Awarded US Patent for Wearable Device Management & Analytics

    September, 2015
  • First pilot for UPS

    July, 2015
  • Pilot program with Toyota

    July, 2014
  • Named Google Glass@Work Partner

    June, 2014
  • $3.5M seed round led by Tim Draper, Siemens, UPS and others

    January, 2014

Testimonials

Tim Draper
Tim Draper
CEO / DFJ
"Augmate is awesome. I am thrilled to be an angel investor."
Paul Travers
Paul Travers
CEO / Vuzix
"As the number of enterprise applications for leading devices such as the Vuzix M100, and the soon to be released M300 continues to expand, we are pleased that our partnership with Augmate helps our clients securely deploy and manage our devices within their workplace."
Peter Verstraeten
Peter Verstraeten
CEO / Proceedix
"Augmate's platform helps us centrally manage our customer smart glass pilots, and we know that our enterprise customers will see this solution as a necessity as they start to deploy production rollouts in 2016 and beyond."
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