Intrinsyc Technologies Corp., provider of solutions for the development of Internet of Things (IoT) products, announced the receipt of orders, last week, from multiple clients that are in aggregate valued at US$748,000. Orders were received from a combination of existing and new clients.
The largest order was a product development services project for an outdoor surveillance camera valued at $375,000.
In addition to the camera project, clients are utilizing Intrinsyc’s advanced-performance, Open-Q computing modules and expert product development services to build a variety of industrial and consumer IoT devices.
“Intrinsyc is adding to its base of clients choosing to power their IoT products with our Open-Q, advanced-performance embedded computing modules,” stated Mark Waldenberg, vice president Global Sales, Intrinsyc. “We have a wide range of computing solutions that enable best-in-class functionality for industrial and consumer IoT devices and I’m pleased with our ability to continue to generate new design wins and orders.”
Earlier this month, Intrinsyc announced that it will distribute the Qualcomm Flight Pro reference platform, a highly optimized board and development kit targeted specifically for consumer drones and robotics applications, featuring the Qualcomm APQ8096SG processor.
The Qualcomm Flight Pro is a product of Qualcomm Technologies, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Inc., and is designed to support robust connectivity, advanced drone software and development tools, to bring mobile technologies to help create a new class of consumer drones.
The Qualcomm Flight Pro board is smaller than a credit card (75x36mm) and brings together photography, video, navigation, and communication technologies on a single board. The Qualcomm Flight Kit includes the Qualcomm Flight Pro board with mounting frame and four cameras, plus a power supply, serial console adapter, USB-serial adapter cable, and power adapter board – nearly everything needed for evaluation and SW development on the bench.
An electronic speed control board for driving motors is available separately, and to build a flying drone, a third-party airframe kit is also available.