In addition to the wide range of nami products and software applications, nami’s cloud API allows third parties to harness intelligent sensing data and analytics in their own offerings.
This data can be used to create a source of monthly recurring SaaS revenue.
So, how does it work?
Third parties can use nami-enabled hardware to capture intelligent sensing data. The nami API then provides direct access to this data which is available, cloud-to-cloud, for use in third-party systems and solutions.
As no personal data is involved, all data transfer is compliant with data protection laws and regulations.
Enhance security systems with the nami API
Existing producers of home security systems can utilize the nami API to improve their existing products through cloud access to API data. This includes:
- Using Wi-Fi sensing data to confirm that an alarm is not a false positive (for example, where the motion is caused by a pet or a robot vacuum cleaner)
- Using Wi-Fi sensing data to reduce/eliminate false negatives. For example, Wi-Fi sensing data might supplement cameras to pick up non-line-of-sight motion.
Enhancing security systems – how it works
Through the nami cloud API, partners are able to retrieve motion data identifying all motion that has occurred in a space at a specific time and over longer time periods.
Partners can access WiFi sensing data indicating a change in the motion profile at a given location, providing additional confirmation or disconfirmation of a security threat.
‘Push notification’ capability will shortly be available, to provide an immediate indication of a security threat.
Use the nami API to enhance energy datasets
IoT, PropTech and EnergyTech companies alike can utilize nami data to optimise power consumption based on motion and presence sensing.
The nami API makes it straightforward to channel this data through existing applications and products.
Improve energy efficiency with the nami API — how it works
Through the nami API, partners can access extensive data on motion within the home or building. This can be used to determine when appliances should be switched on or off, and to analyse trends in energy use within the home.
Proximity to nami-enabled devices also provides data indicating where in a space motion has occurred, enabling more-targeted appliance use.
Optimize HealthTech products through the nami API
HealthTech and InsureTech companies often integrate health and wellbeing data within their existing products.
The nami API means HealthTech and InsureTech companies can acquire Wi-Fi sensing data via the cloud, and pick up additional wellbeing data, such as whether a vulnerable family member has fallen.
The nami API and HealthTech — how it works
Through the nami API, partners can collect motion data showing trends in the person’s activity throughout the day. In addition to fall detection, this can provide extra health data to be incorporated into wellbeing dashboards.
The nami API also allows for sleep tracking: By identifying changes in activity levels, nami Wi-Fi sensing data can be used to accurately determine when individuals are asleep and when they are awake.