Making Location an Exact Science
Pixie is both a technology platform and a consumer product. Both share the same goal: keeping the things that matter to you — and to others — in sight.
Pixie is an Internet of Things company, Pixie's mission is to accuratly locate things in real world and make that available for users on their mobile devices via different applications and scenarios.
Pixie location engineering platform zeroes in on objects – down to inches, even through walls – and reveals them on mobile devices.
Pixie is an open ecosystem where innovative developers, manufacturers and creative thinkers can build their own location-based apps.
Pixie is led by Amir Bassan-Eskenazi (which co-founded Bigband, a prior Cedar investment).
CEO: Amir Bassan-Eskenazi
Whether you've left a wallet in a cab or misplaced something at home, losing your things is a real annoyance. What's worse is that it feels like a problem we shouldn't have to deal with in the age of smart devices. Sure, sometimes you can use Find my iPhone, but what about objects that don't have smart technology inside? About a dozen companies have fashioned solutions for these items — from Tile, to Estimote, to Motorola — but none are perfect. And most of these companies still haven’t solved the biggest problems: size, range, and location accuracy.
February 3, 2015
It is the kind of question that pops up with alarming frequency: Where are my keys? Where are my glasses? Where is the cat?
A growing number of companies large and small are racing to provide answers via wireless tags that can be attached to household objects (or pet collars) and located with the aid of a smartphone.
September 15, 2014