Bread cooks up ‘world’s first’ instant IoT development platform

The vision of Bread, Inc. is to make electronics development economically viable and accessible to all. The company aims to make connected hardware prototyping easy and fun for everyone – be they start-ups, makers, students, businesses or original equipment makers (OEMs).

They do this by empowering innovators to implement their creative ideas quickly in the IoT space. The claim is that anyone from any background, expert or not, with an idea can get his or her full stack IoT prototype up and running within 30 minutes.

Bread provides a single integrated platform for all these disciplines, abstracting all complexities, reportedly making IoT product development an easier, faster, cheaper and satisfying experience.

According to a spokesperson, “We provide a combination of hardware and software tools in a single integrated platform, using which you can get a complete IoT prototype suite up and running within 30 minutes. Our powerful intelligent algorithms auto-generate multiple layers of the IoT stack for you within seconds.”

Bread’s web-based intuitive design interface enables you to custom design any functionality you want within minutes and flash it into your IoT device in seconds.

The team is led by veteran hardware and software engineers who, collectively, have spent decades building products and platforms at places such as the University of California, AMD, Honeywell and Microsoft.

Now they have banded together to construct a novel electronic design process focused on ease of use, affordability, reliability and efficiency. For more information visit Eureka Park booth #51710 in the Sands Expo, Las Vegas during CES.

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