Making Grand Things
Launch date : 6 September 2017
Launch date : 14 September 2017
|1||Register at yiyothings.com and download the BikeWurx Mobile App|
|2||Mount your bicycle front wheel in the Bike Wurx Rack. Use the Bike Wurx App to begin the inspection. Mount Mount your bicycle rear wheel in the Bike Wurx Rack and continue the inspection.|
|3||Send the inspection report to yiyothings.com. Use the BikeWurx Analytics to see your BikeWurx inspection Reports.|
Receive special offers from BikeWurx sponsors.
Optional: send your BikeWurx report to a bike shop for repair estimates.
|1||Register at yiyothings.com and download the TrailWurx Mobile App|
TrailWurx Edge Nodes are deployed at key locations along the trail.
The TrailWurx Edge Node is capable of hearing Bluetooth and NFC beacons.
The TrailWurx Edge Node is battery powered with solar charging optional.
The TrailWurx Edge Node can be deployed with optional envirnomental management for extreme cold (ski trails) and heat (bike trails almost anywhere).
A registered TrailWurx user rides, skis, hikes the trail.
The user may be running the TrailWurx Beacon App their IOS or Androd device or
they can carry a TrailWurx beacon attached to a ski pass, their bicycle frame,
a key fob or other types of attachments.
The TrailWurx user passes the TrailWurx Edge Node.
The TrailWurx Edge Node hears the beacon and records the Id.
The TrailWurx Edge Node sends the Id and trail location, time of day, current conditions and other information to the TrailWurx cloud hosted by yiyothings.com
The TrailWurx cloud runs analytics on the TrailWurx beacons.
Analytics include utilization statistics for the TrailWurx trail operators
and TrailWurx user data such as time, distance, vertical and other user utilization and predictive statisics.
The TrailWurx website provide visual charts and graphics, scenario builds and other facilitates other valuable user actions.
TrailWurx merchants can offer specials and discount codes and coupouns.
For instance, a merchant may sponsor the Day's Most Vertical for TrailWurx users at a ski area.
A TrailWurx user accesses the TrailWurx Mobile App to retrieve TrailWurx profiles, daily analytics and merchant offers.
|1||Register at yiyothings.com and download the LogoWurx Mobile App|
The LogoWurx user configures the LogoWurx Thing using the LogoWurx Mobile App Designer feature.
The LogoWurx Thing can show a static image (like a business card) or a slide show of images.
The LogoWurx Public Poll Option let's the user wear a Question of the Day. People select their choice (or opinion) on the LogoWurx Thing configured with the Touch Option.
The LogoWurx Thing graphics and configuration are uploaded to the LogWurx cloud.
The LogoWurx website hosted by yiyothings.com includes the same designer as on the LogoWurx mobile app.
|4||The LogoWurx Thing images are downloaded from the LogoWurx cloud.|
The LogoWurx user can interact with the LogoWurx Thing to control power consumption, brightness, rate of display
and other features using the LogoWurx Mobile App.
IoT Platform selection
Device and sensor selection
Proof of Concept(PoC)
We specializing in small design.
Turn-key applications from scratch
Upgrades to existing applications
Arudino, Particle Photon & Electron, ESP-8266, ESP-32
WiFi, Bluetooth LE
C#, Python, Java, ASP.NET, .Net Core, SQL
Teton Automation is a division of Yiyokyay LLC. Yiyokyay is an LLC wholly owned by Roger Watson and based in Jackson, WY.
The Teton Automation slogan - Making Grand Things - pulls together three concepts the which will drive the organization.
Teton Automation is on the way to becoming a leader in the Maker movement and Internet of Things marketplace.
Inspiration and drive is nurtured by the grandeur and beauty of our Jackson Hole base and the Teton Range including the Grand Teton the second highest peak in the U.S.