Australian IoT start-up Helian Systems has secured financial backing and support from Telstra’s muru-D accelerator.
The company is one of ten start-ups accepted in muru-D’s SYD3 round and will benefit from “up to $60,000 in seed capital investment” and access to mentors and industry professionals.
Over 170 completed applications were in the running for muru-D’s latest intake.
Helian makes a cloud-based platform “designed to run the applications of the connected world”.
“The Helian Systems platform allows you to outsource your IoT infrastructure,” the start-up said.
“We take care of device management and connectivity, analytics, business rules, and lots more.
“We provide a simple user interface, allowing you to quickly deploy IoT solutions into the marketplace.”