Nodle is a connectivity provider for the Internet of Things. The company has built a robust Bluetooth Low Energy-powered network to help companies and cities connect and collect data from their devices, sensors and tags.
The Nodle Network’s architecture and system design leverage what is called “The Smartphone Infrastructure”, utilising smartphones as nodes and base stations for the network. The team at Nodle has developed an innovative way to grow the network through “proof of connectivity”. Using such method, mobile application developers and consumers compete and participate in the network by enabling their smartphones to provide resources such as wireless radio and bandwidth, and in exchange for their contribution, get rewarded with NODL coins.
Manufacturers or operators of electronic devices can utilise the Nodle Network to collect valuable data and connect their remote devices to the Internet, and many are benefiting from it today. The Nodle Network is currently being used by Fortune 500 companies to locate their assets all over the US. Micromobility companies in the bike or scooter sharing industry also have the potential to utilise the network to improve their location tracking capabilities. The range of applications in asset tracking can go from consumer tracking devices, to Bluetooth tags that can locate pallets, goods, vehicles and parcels.
The possibilities for the Nodle Network are limitless.