ATLANTA, Aug. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SiteWhere LLC, an Atlanta-based Internet of Things (IoT) startup, has been accepted into the Advanced Technology Development Center's ATDC Accelerate program.
SiteWhere's platform dramatically decreases time to market for comprehensive IoT solutions. SiteWhere's complete, open-source application enablement platform provides a fully customizable framework for nearly any IoT use case including wearables, smart appliances, and home automation. SiteWhere optionally forwards device events to existing analytics engines or business applications for deeper integration with company data. By using SiteWhere, customers are empowered with the tools to create IoT applications in a fraction of the time and effort required for traditional custom development.
A state-funded program of the Georgia Institute of Technology, ATDC is Georgia's premier technology incubator and works with entrepreneurs and startups across the state. Companies that are accepted into the highly selective ATDC Accelerate portfolio receive coaching and an educational curriculum designed to quicken the pace of customer acquisition and product development.
"Derek Adams, our founder and chief architect, is a metro Atlanta native and Georgia Tech alumnus. Our acceptance into the ATDC marks both personal and company achievements for our founders," said Martin Weber, SiteWhere's managing partner. "As a growing technology company, the guidance we will receive from ATDC's world-class staff, mentors, and advisors will be pivotal."
About SiteWhere LLC:
SiteWhere, "The Open Platform for the Internet of Things™," is based in Atlanta and has been driving innovation in the IoT industry since 2014. Offered in both an open-source Community Edition and an industrial-strength Enterprise Edition, SiteWhere excels at IoT projects of all sizes — from simple "maker" tutorials to enterprise-scale commercial deployments. For more information, please visit sitewhere.com.
About the Advanced Technology Development Center:
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), a program of the Georgia Institute of Technology, is the state of Georgia's technology startup incubator. Founded in 1980 by the Georgia General Assembly, which funds it each year, ATDC's mission is to work with entrepreneurs in Georgia to help them learn, launch, scale, and succeed in the creation of viable, disruptive technology companies. Since its founding, ATDC has grown to become one of the longest running and most successful university-affiliated incubators in the United States, with its graduate startup companies raising $3 billion in investment financing and generating more than $12 billion in revenue in the state of Georgia. To learn more, visit atdc.org.