The biggest claim to fame for startup Helium, an Internet of Things company that started in 2013, has been perhaps co-founder Shawn Fanning.

Fanning, of course, is the serial entrepreneur who developed Napster and started other companies. But Helium is making a name for itself by expanding from its software beginnings to usher companies into IoT with sensors, software and cloud services. Its goal is to improve company productivity by putting the streams of data collected from sensors to action.

Helium is releasing new sensors, applications and development tools as it builds out a comprehensive product line. The company’s latest product is a new sensor called Helium Green, which can monitor temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, motion, and light.

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