Terbine

Terbine. Take the Pulse of the Earth.
United States
2015
Private
< $10m
11 - 50
Open website
Terbine is the digital marketplace for IoT/sensor data about the physical world – things like ocean salinity, railcar movements, carbon emissions, and crop density. Gurus from aerospace, agriculture, energy, heavy manufacturing, Internet infrastructure, and university research have come together to create an exchange environment where this data is accessible, actionable, and trustworthy. Terbine’s highly scalable system enables wider use of data to inform and radically reshape many industries and everyday life. We're in pilot testing and about to launch.
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Industries are going through major transformations into data-driven ecosystems, particularly transportation. Terbine is designed to act as the trusted sensor data exchange for and between sectors, including both commercial and governmental entities. Terbine is a highly sophisticated cloud-based system that makes possible fast, frictionless distribution of IoT data, and covers the core issues involved with monetization, regulation and licensing. And Terbine can be white-labeled by large companies to enable private data marketplaces.
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Aerospace, agriculture, energy, heavy manufacturing, and infrastructure industries
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Hardware
Software
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Providing the infrastructure to store and manage data.
Services
Number of News Items7
Innovation Center aims to boost Nevada’s technology presence
Las Vegas Weekly - 08 Nov, 2019
Referenced Companies: Dell Technologies, Microsoft, Terbine
Keywords: Internet Of Things, Smart City
ANNOUNCING STUDENT AWARDEES OF THE FIRST-EVER GLOBAL IOT DATATHON
EIN Presswire - 06 Nov, 2019
Referenced Companies: Terbine, Carbon
Keywords: Sensor
Terbine Opens IoT Marketplace to Aid Smart City Research
Google News Canada - 25 Oct, 2019
Referenced Companies: Terbine
Keywords: Smart City
Number of Podcasts3
EP029a: The ambition to form a new standard for data storage and sharing -- An Interview with David Knight of Terbine
Monday, Mar 05, 2018

Is building a data marketplace same as building a plane or inventing the telephone?

David Knight describes the big void above the IoT stack and what he envisions as a big exchange in the sky that would interconnect all the sensors and facilitate transfer of data in a curated way. 

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EP029b: Distributing data like Amazon Prime?
Wednesday, Mar 07, 2018

Is distributing data just the same as distributing a book in an Amazon warehouse? Is blockchain just a buzzword or is it the solution to accelerate the adoption of IoT via data? Is simultaneity really the most useful way to use data?

David challenges some intuitive assumptions we have around IoT and data, and explains how Terbine deals with these issues to record, store, and price data. 

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EP029c: We are all becoming human data producers -- An Interview with David Knight of Terbine
Friday, Mar 09, 2018

How does mining data from an earthquake make us human seismographs? How does cars use Terbine technology to generate micro weather maps all over the city at a granular level? David explains how to take and use data from everyday objects to make sense of the world in a way that has nothing to do with the original purpose of the object.

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