baimos technologies has just announced that Markus C. Mueller, managing director of BlackBerry Germany, is the newest addition to the board of baimos technologies.
The entrepreneur, who is best known for his company ubitexx, which he sold to BlackBerry, strengthens the board of baimos technologies with his long standing experience in the mobile business market.
baimos technologies developed the BlueID technology, which makes it possible to upgrade any smartphone app to easily control vehicles, barriers and many other physical objects. Mobility sector companies such as the vehicle manufacturer Audi and the automotive supplier Marquardt utilize technology of baimos technologies.
In the area of mobility services, BlueID technology is in worldwide use. BlueID enables, for instance, the Pango parking system to control parking barriers via app. Also the Shared E-Fleet consortium, which explores the use of e-car sharing in companies, relies on the efficient smartphone access technology.
A key feature of the BlueID technology is its ability to send authorizations in the form of digital keys to smartphone apps worldwide over cell phone network. The user can then interact with their surroundings via app. Wireless standards like Bluetooth Smart, NFC and 2G/3G/4G are used. The technology is integrated easily via the BlueID Software Development Kit (SDK) into a wide range of products and solutions.
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