Mobodexter was founded by former Intel employees in 2013 and is a leading provider of Edge Intelligence Platform for IoT. Mobodexter’s Paasmer Platform has been growing aggressively in the market and can run complex data capabilities on IoT devices and drones. Today, Mobodexter has signed it’s first Smart City project to build H3ONE in Ostend, Belgium with H3Buildings, a company operating out of Ostend, Belgium.
Mouli Srini, Cofounder & CEO of Mobodexter says “We have been working with our European partners – Drone Think Do & H3Buidlings on this project over the last ten months. H3ONE is an extremely prestigious project for all of us, and we are excited to be part of this project. We are building one of the most significant partner ecosystems for this project that includes many big players like Intel and Samsung and innovative startups like CityBeacon, Unifly, Sandbot, and others. This list is growing. Our goal is to build a reference Smart City platform that promotes Happy, Healthy, Human Life.”
Jo Pannecoucke, CEO of H3Buildings says, “Together with Mobodexter, H3-Buildings is developing the first resilient Smart City with Drone aviation port named H3ONE. H3ONE is situated in a very inspiring location near the international airport of Ostend Bruges, Belgium, Europe. The buildings here span across 68,000 Sq.M space that houses all the uses you can find in a smart city, such as university campus, hotel, offices, short and long stay facility, local retail, blue and urban farming, designed around the drone aviation port. H3ONE has multiple phases of an implementation plan with the first phase scheduled to be completed by the end of 2018.”
Mouli adds, “Mobodexter raised its first round of funding on Wefunder in 2016. We are raising our next round of equity funding again on Wefunder this year as we move into execution phase of the H3ONE project. We are currently raising funds on Wefunder. We invite everyone who loves what we do in Mobodexter to be part of our success journey. Check us out on Wefunder.”