#IoTFounders E049

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On this IoT For All podcast episode, Micha Boneliel, CEO and Co-Founder of Nodle.io, discusses what Nodle does, how their crowdsourced connectivity network was created and the challenges/risks associated with deploying a crowdsourced network.

Micha touches on the types of incentives set up to encourage participating in the Nodle network and how developers can get their devices to be part of the network. He also addresses what use cases will benefit most from crowdsourced networks.

We finish up our conversation discussing the current state of the IoT market and what we expect to see in 2020 in the Internet of Things industry as a whole.

Interested in connecting with Micha? Check out his LinkedIn!

About Nodle.io: Nodle is an IoT and connectivity network provider with a presence in over 80 countries. Founded in 2017 by serial entrepreneur, Micha Benoliel, the Nodle Network dramatically reduces the costs of IoT device communications. The company has built a network for connecting and collecting data from remote devices and sensors that don’t require always-on connectivity. Nodle’s Citizen Network is made up of millions of smartphones collaborating to provide internet access.

Key Question and Topics from this Episode:

(03:23) Micha Introduction

(06:07) How does the Nodle Network work?

(07:14) Nodle company introduction

(09:40) How does Nodle’s network compare to other types of connectivity?

(17:03) What types of incentives are there to encourage the general public to participate in the network?

(20:55) Is there any cost associated with participating in the Nodle Network?

(21:39) What are the challenges/risks associated with crowdsourcing connectivity?

(25:58) How do developers get their devices to be part of the network?

(27:00) What are Misha’s expectations for growth in the crowdsourced connectivity space in 2020?

(30:14) What use cases most benefit from crowdsourced connectivity?

(32:17) How does Misha view the current state of the IoT market and what does he expect to see in 2020 in the industry as a whole?

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