The Helium decentralized machine network simplifies connecting anything to the internet through a new combination of physical blockchain, wireless network, and open-source software.
A unique, and energy efficient way to build a decentralized network for machines by rewarding anyone for providing coverage.
Transform physical devices into connected machines without the complexity or cost.
Future proof projects with open-source software that works out of the box.
Tomorrow's low-powered devices will communicate through a robust, trustless infrastructure of cryptographically-located network nodes.Read more
Helium CEO, Amir Haleem reflects on the current state of IoT, and what's needed for 2019 to be a transformative year for Enterprise and Industrial Connected Solutions.Read more
The Decentralized Machine Network Alliance (DMNA) is a non-profit organization founded to advance key connected machine technologies as well as providing early access to members.Learn more
Built from the ground up, the Helium Blockchain provides a new way to incent and reward anyone to participate in building a network and providing coverage. The Helium Blockchain enables a two-sided marketplace and microtransactions which allows machines to automatically connect to any decentralized machine network without a third-party trust intermediary.Read more about Helium Blockchain
Transform physical devices into connected machines without the complexity or cost. Helium’s wireless network infrastructure makes it easy to build highly reliable, secure connected machines with new radio technology that supports long range (miles), extended battery life (years), and bi-directional capability (including OTA updates).
Helium is simple to setup which means less time developing and more time solving business problems.
Helium uses commodity, open-standard hardware available from dozens of different vendors.
Helium is supported by dozens of companies with more joining the open source initiatives every day.
Future-proof projects with open-source software that works out of the box to provision and manage machines, route traffic, and connect to public or private clouds in minutes. In addition, anyone can leverage openly available software, firmware or schematics to customize for their specific needs with well-documented APIs and a robust SDK toolkit.Read more about our Software
Dates: May 22 2018 @ 6pm EST
Location: Microsoft NERD, Cambridge, MARead Meetup Details
Dates: May 30 2018 @ 10am PST/1pm EST
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Dates: July 24-26 2018
Location: Moscone Center, San FranciscoRead Event Details
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