Hiber introduces Online Creators Platform

Oct 02, 2018

The Dutch start-up, Hiber, launched a new online platform for creators called Creative Fund. The Creative Fund is a foundation where Hiber offers free connectivity, in order to challenge people to show what the Internet of Things can do to improve the world.

For the past two years, Hiber has worked on its Low Power Global Area Network (LPGAN); a global connectivity network for the Internet of Things. With the LPGAN network, called Hiberband, it is possible to send data from desert to ocean, pole to pole, anywhere in the world. This network is unique allowing the creation of new possibilities. It’s cheap, and consumes little power. No charging, no solar panels. Deploy and forget, start collecting your data the same day.

With the coming launches of the company’s first small satellites in sight, Hiber is also launching its own Creative Fund. The Creative Fund is an online creator platform on which makers, regardless of age, background, or location, get the chance to make their idea a reality with Hiber's network Hiberband. The idea behind the Creative Fund is to challenge people to think out of this world and give them a stage to show what the Internet of Things can do for the world.

The Creative fund began October 1, 2018, people can start uploading their project to 144bytes.com. Every three months the idea with the most votes wins a developer kit for Hiberband, three years of free satellite connectivity and support from Hiber.

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