The Cliot is a self-charging tag, eliminating the need for a battery, or an external power source. It harvests power from the surrounding electromagnetic waves, through backscatter technology. This renders the Cliot usable in off-grid situations also
One of the biggest hurdles for mass adoption of IoT technology has been the hardware cost. Built at a cost of $0.10 a piece, the Cliot truly democratizes IoT and makes it affordable for IoT to be implemented in basic daily products like shampoo bottles or toothpaste tubes.
The Cliot is in-built with a micro-modulator that can communicate and pair through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi protocols. This flexibility makes the Cliot readable through multiple devices including standard smartphones.
The Cliot platform is compatible with other hardware like temperature sensors, pressure sensors, accelerometer etc., making it usable across multiple diverse applications
The key feature of the Cliot is its small size. It is 0.5 inch * 0.5 inch in size, and can be printed off directly by brands through standard circuit printers.
The Cliot pairs through a combination of a private-key and a public-key, making it highly secure and reliable for enterprise grade applications