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The 10 Hottest IoT Startups Of 2023 (So Far)
These startups, ranging from Haltian and Litmus Automation to Morse Micro and Xage Security, are making big moves and creating IoT solutions for building management, manufacturing operations, lab equipment monitoring, long-range connectivity and security, among other things.
CEO, Co-Founder: Roy Dagan
SecuriThings wants to improve the way organizations manage and protect physical security devices with a platform that can improve uptime, reduce costs, ensure compliance and safeguard against cyber threats.
In February, the Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup announced the launch of its new managed service platform that allows managed services providers to manage, visualize and maintain fleets of physical security devices using a single interface. This was announced after the company raised a $21 million Series B funding round last year.
From a single pane of class, SecuriThings’ platform provides real-time visibility into the operational health and security posture of devices, smart alerts for when there are policy violations and other anomalies and remote management capabilities such as firmware upgrades and device restarts.