From Armis to Zededa, CRN looks at the 10 hottest startups of 2019 that are providing new ways to secure IoT devices and deploy applications at the edge, among other things.

CoreKinect aims to make IoT solutions more scalable with custom-built IoT sensors that can be used for a variety of use cases, spanning from smart city applications to fleet management.

The Tempe, Ariz.-based has spent this year building partnerships, including a U.S. distribution deal with Ingram Micro and a co-development partnership with The Kudelski Group.

For the Kudelski Group partnership, the two companies have developed a secure asset tracking solution that is small enough to fit inside a pill bottle, combining The Kudelski Group’s Discrete Secure Element security system-on-chip and CoreKinect’s miniature tracking solution.

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