Omicron Protocol


A project in Eindhoven, Netherlands by Pycom

Cancelled by Creator

We want to create a global network that uses technology to bring people, and their communities, together.
Backers: 290
Average Pledge Per Backer: €140

Funded: €40,455 of €200,000
Dates: Nov 5th -> Dec 7th (33 days)
Project By: Pycom
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Latest News

Campaign cancelled - Relaunch in progress

November 12th - via:
Dear All,  As a result of many requests from existing and potential backers, we’re cancelling the “Pylife” Campaign and re-launching it on Kickstarter with a new revenue goal. The new campaign name is going to be ‘Pylife and PyGo’.  Why... (Read More)

WOW... What a start!

November 7th - via:
GIVE ME IT!!! Dear Amazing backers! Thank you for helping us get off to such a great start! As you will have noticed, at Pycom we are extremely passionate about Technology but its only with your help that we can turn our ideas into reality :) We are... (Read More)

IoT start-up Pycom is building a global mesh network from Strijp-T

November 6th - via:
Pycom, the Internet-of-things start-up working from Strijp-T in Eindhoven and Guildford in the UK, has been shaking up the global IoT landscape since its establishment three years ago. Its suite of hardware and open-source software products provide a flexible toolset for its 250 000 developer clients and are slashing the development time for IoT products. This week Pycom launches a new product, one which it believes could help create a decentralised, global connectivity ecosystem within five years. (Read More)

Pylife Leverages Mesh Technology To Keep Consumers Connected

October 24th - via:
About two years ago, we let our cat outside to roam around the yard. He did well and came back inside the house after a short period of time. This process repeated itself without any issues ... until he didn't immediately return. In fact, it wasn't until 36 hours later (and a great deal of worrying) that he finally returned home. At that time, I wished I had a way to track our feline's movements and location. Enter Pycom and their Pylife product. (Read More)

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