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SAST is developing an IoT platform for security cameras

A global digital marketplace for software solutions should develop from the platform. The open platform is currently enabling software development via an IoT app store. Further IoT applications are to follow.

20 Oct. 2018
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SAST is developing an IoT platform for security cameras (Photo: Deutsche Messe AG)

The Munich-based startup Security and Safety Things GmbH (SAST) is a fully-owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH and works closely with the recently founded Open Security & Safety Alliance . Companies have come together in this non-profit initiative to develop common standards for an open platform for security solutions. Along with Bosch Buildings Technologies , the founders of the alliance are the companies Hanwha Techwin , Milestone Systems , Pelco and VIVOTEK .

The ecosystem developed by SAST currently specializes in AI-compatible security cameras of the latest generation. Programmers can develop and market open standards via the associated app store. The focus is initially on building security and a few other areas of application such as predictive maintenance. “SAST is introducing a new standard for the development of innovative applications in the field of security”, explains managing director Hartmut Schaper. In doing so, the company is not only creating a free operating system, but also “a global, secure and scalable digital marketplace for software solutions.”