Wiliot is the developer of a platform designed to combine cloud services and IoT stickers, computing elements that can power themselves by harvesting radio frequency energy. It was founded in 2017 by Tal Tamir, Yaron Elboim, and Alon Yehevkely. Wiliot is currently headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. Their goal is to expand the IoT to include everyday products, adding intelligence to plastic crates, pharmaceuticals, packaging, clothes, and other products, connecting them to the internet, changing the way things are made, distributed, sold, used, reused, and recycled.
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