Viva Labs (private company)

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Offices:
Oslo
Business model:
B2B B2C (Retail)
Investors:
we tracked 3 investors
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Viva Labs was founded in 2012 by Henrik Holen and Kyrre Wathne with the aim of making smart homes a mass market product. By using artificial intelligence, Viva simplifies smart homes, making them valuable to users.

The company enables partners within the utility, telecommunications, and other industries to quickly launch cutting edge smart home products under their own brand, strengthening their existing product portfolio, driving revenue, and increasing customer loyality.

The Viva smart home platform collects sensor and GPS data, then uses artificial intelligence to analyze the patterns and routines of the household.

Based on this, the solution automatically programs itself, controlling heating, security, and lights without requiring user input.

The first Viva-based solution launched in Norway in November 2015 under the Vord brand.

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