IoT Access Control & Domotics

The tech can be ported on any software or hardware to lock and unlock any device or facility.

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“With Aerendir's technology you are not the product.”

Dr. Martin Zizi

CEO Aerendir

IoT Access Control & Domotics

Internet of Things (IoT) devices are everywhere. From cars to our coffee machines, the future is here. Analysts estimate 20 billion connected objects by 2020, and more than 80 billion by 2025.

Imagine using a wearable that is always available but does not emit any personal information. Such wearable is your universal IoT key. With it, you can access your data, you can lock or unlock devices, access objects, and open and lock your house, anything that needs to be controlled by you will be under your control. YOU are at the center of your own IoT.

This revolution will optimize most of what we do on a daily basis, but its sheer scale brings new challenges. Can safety and security be centralized? Can the data be handled fast enough for moving cars, for example? How can we move seamlessly around all those connected objects without putting our personal information and privacy at risk? What about hacking? And what about the billions of billions of key pairs that will be needed to secure all those interactions. The answer is physiology.

Imagine this: your car needs to open for you, it pings your device, you touch it, and the identifying handshake is local. The vehicle – whether it's your own, an on-demand driverless service, or from a rental fleet – welcomes you. After a few seconds, the car seat calibrates for you, and allows ignition and directions to be given. While you are being driven, your NeuroPrint® shields the vehicle from being hacked or interfered with, and if you are sleepy, or are in imminent danger of losing consciousness, our technology will make sense of it and will either bring the car to safety or call emergency service while bringing you there. You and your vehicle are safe, along with all the other drivers on the road around you.

Our body generates enough entropy to support our lifetime interactions across a super-dense web. Aerendir™ puts the human back in charge. We are inverting the relationship between servers and clients.

Accidents will happen, but if a car can detect whether it is a fender bender, or if there is a life-threatening situation we can save 40,000 lives a year in the United States alone. Just by allowing such triage our first responders will be better directed.