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...what if you could have a connected wearable device that works out of the box and yet is versatile enough for developers to develop further? Plug and play or fully programmable...the choice is yours. Meet PyGo our new multi-network device that connects even in rural areas where there's no cellular networks leaving you in control of your connected life.


We're so happy you made it (back perhaps).

Pylife and PyGo is HOT STUFF
Pylife and PyGo is HOT STUFF

Pylife and PyGo is HOT STUFF on Stuff Magazine "It’s easier than ever to be connected to friends and family, but there are times when you stray from cellular and internet signals. Also, kids, dogs and your car keys aren’t exactly armed with their own smartphones. The solution is PyGo..."

and some of our backers

What's it all about?  

With Pylife, you can monitor and communicate with everything around you. 

This includes loved ones, pets, your buddies, your home, the garden and even the shed! 

You can also connect your IoT projects or with your local community, so everyone is on the same page. Its what we call a MESH network. So what’s a MESH network? Imagine a spider web! Well a friendly spider. Each point in the web is kinda connected together. It’s the same thing with a PyGo. 

It connects in a Mesh to all the other PyGos within a (max) of 12KM distance. In the same way the spider crawls around the MESH, any data you send from one device to another hops around until it reaches its destination. Simple!  

And, just like spider webs, a spider web can be connected to another spider web, thus making the MESH network unlimited in nature. We hope none of you are scared of spiders!! 

The Pylife solution is made up of: 

The PyGo multi-use wearable devices that join to create what the company refers to as a PyMesh Network and the Pylife Mobile App that gives users management and control over the use case.

Communication is a key part of how we live. You decide what you want Pylife to be.   

After all, it’s YOUR Pylife.
So what are we talking about?

PyGos work out of the box. 
You attach them to your app and then to your child, family member, pet, or buddy and hook up to your phone where the Pylife App takes care of the rest. 

We’ve added multiple networks to the PyGos so you have much better odds of staying connected, even when out of range of a cellular network.  

If you’re one of our developers, you’ll know that the PyGos open up a whole new universe of use cases…They’re built with the same architecture as existing Pycom products and our open APIs ensure you can code it to make it exactly what you need it to be. The enterprise cradle will enable you to add sensors of your choice and keep the device charged when in a remote situ. There’s tons more technical information under TECHNICAL  SPECS further down this campaign. 

Read on...  

There are two types of PyGo devices

• PyGo1 - non cellular wearable device
• PyGo2 - just like PyGo1 but with cellular network access added

Both devices have the same functionality and support the same features. The only difference is that PyGo2 can access mobile phone networks as well as WiFi, Bluetooth, Pymesh and GPS.

PyGo Feature Overview
• Compact size Compatible with all accessories 41 x 24 x 12mm
• OLED Display for messaging and alerts
• 4 Configurable Touch Screen Functions
• 2-5 days battery life and Wireless Charging
• Waterproof (IP67) 

The PyGo Clips OverviewThe PyGo has been designed to sit unobtrusively on clothes, as a necklace or attached to things or pets or on key rings. 

The 6 types of PyGo attachments include:
• A Sports Clip for attaching to clothes (Neon Orange, Red, Blue)
• A Child Clip for attaching to clothes (Neon Yellow, Blue)
• A Jewellery Clip for wearing as an accessory (Rose Gold and GunMetal)
• A Carabiner for use with pet collars and as bag attachment (Silver)
• A Bicycle attachment for bikes (Orange and Blue)
• A Keyfob for key rings or pet collars (White and Silver)

PyGo Chargers  PyGos are wirelessly charged with QI wireless technology and we’ve created a Single and a Multi-unit charger for this campaign. You will also be able to charge the PyGos with off the shelf wireless chargers. We're drawing up a list of them as we're testing the lot.

Single Unit Charger
Single Unit Charger
Multi Unit Charger
Multi Unit Charger
Enterprise Cradle also charges (Stretch Goal)
Enterprise Cradle also charges (Stretch Goal)

 It’s a mobile App for iPhones and Android phones that you can use to stay connected with all your loved ones, friends and things using our PyGo devices!

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Pylife Mobile App Feature Overview
As you can see below, this is a mobile App that does a variety of things. The Pylife app has messaging, mapping and visualisation features, all in a bid to connect a community of people.

The Pylife App include the ability to  

- Link PyGos to your phone  
- Link PyGos your user account    
- Create Channels/write and create messages just like on other messaging platforms like Whatsapp or Messenger   
- Subscribe to channels/ stay up-to-date with different message streams   
- Invite others to your Channels and get your friends to keep in touch   
- Connect devices to each other or to the PyMesh Select exactly what you want your PyGo to do e.g. (monitoring, communicating, tracking…etc)    
- Show and communicate the location of PyGo devices Send a message to the community in the event you need help  
- Manage connectivity options

...And so much more...

While we have created several connected applications like a dog minder, child/adult minder and an app to connect with a group of buddies you can also program your PyGo straight from the Pylife App as illustrated in LIVE THE PYLIFE SECTION below and you are free to go and create your own too.
With the Pylife App you can set up your own use cases and program your PyGo and the alerting via our IFTTT (If This Then That)- style screens.

Please note the following requirements for the Pylife App to run on your Mobile Phone:

- A smartphone with Bluetooth (BLE) 4.0 or higher
- iOS 10 or higher or Android 6.0 or higher

Please note some functionality of the iOS and Android version with Pylife may vary.

When the PyGo devices are ready to ship the Pylife App will be available to download via the Apple App Store and the Google Android store.

What can you do with Pylife? 

Well, we think the possibilities are endless, and the choice is yours.
Each device can be swapped to a different loved one or thing easily. All it takes is a short set up via a set of automated set up screens that can be completed in 5 minutes. Then you are free to get on with your day, knowing everyone and everything is looked after.  

Here are some Pylife stories:

Walking the woods with Max Emma would like to be able to track her dog Max as he goes wherever he likes and goes missing in the woods where there’s no cellular coverage. By attaching a PyGo to his collar she can see on her mobile phone where he is (and bring him back home rather than hollering for him for hours).

Here's Daniel showing a demo of the Find my Owner feature:

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Giving Josh Independence  James has a son with learning difficulties. His son likes to be independent, but James would like to know if his son is safe, or has had problems getting home/got lost, so PyGo can help locate James's son to ensure he's not in any danger and allow them to message one another, even if there's no WiFi signal around his son.

Keeping up with Mum
Mitch lives 50 km away from has an elderly mother. She lives alone and Mitch needs peace of mind that she’s ok. She normally is, but he worries that one day she might fall over or need help and no one’s going to be around. He’s given her a PyGo2 with a stylish Jewellery clip to put around her neck. She can wear it over or under her clothes but it’s always on her (even in the bathroom). He’s set the PyGo2 up to send him alerts if she’s fallen over and isn’t moving for more than 5 minutes and also if she presses the display. That way he’s now got piece of mind o check in with her.

Heading to the Park
Let the kids roam free nearby but out of sight.
Jennifer likes to let her two children go to the park on their own. It’s only half a mile away but it’s out of sight and she’s always thinking about them when they’re out. They’re not yet old enough to carry a mobile phone. Jennifer has set a ring around the area of the park (it’s called geo-fence) covering the area they are in. She will then, receive alerts if they go outside that area or if they press the PyGo screen. This gives her peace of mind.

I know where my Buddy is  Nobody needs to be lost for long or left alone.
Peter and Keith are keen bikers and they often go biking in large groups for long rides. There’s a jovial banter in the group and a fair bit of competitive spirit around getting to the goal of the day first…this leads to the group spreading out along the route. Peter and Keith don’t always manage to stay close and where there/s no mobile signal they struggle to connect. They’ve each got PyGos now and linked them up so they’re connected and can see each other’s location and communicate via their private channel. A few of their biking buddies are now considering joining them with PyGos and coming on their Channel. 

 You can also keep in touch with loved ones while you're out on your bike:

The list is endless but here are some other ideas for using PyGos:

Hiking or skiing in the mountains with a good chance of getting separated from your group. Give everyone a PyGo and you can still communicate when out of range of traditional network coverage. Everyone in the group can also see the other team members’ location so they can move towards each other.

Give your student children and their mates some PyGos to stay safe on nights out. They can program their location and when they leave the group to head home after a party, everyone can be alerted when they make it, or indeed if they don’t make it.

Connect your IoT proof of concept up with a PyGo and you have something ready within an afternoon…with the exposed pins enterprise cradle you can attach new sensors and grab data from the word go. It also comes with antenna connectors so you can extend the range of your chosen networks….how’s that for quick IoT out of the box?

Attach to a group of school children on a trip aboard and make sure they can all be found when you’re ready to leave a location. Everyone can connect to one Channel and communicate via the Mesh so no-one needs to turn data and roaming ‘on’ on their phones. Better still, before they go away they can program the units them selves via the IFTTT-style screens on the Pylife App.

The possibilities are endless. Make it yours.

Connectivity with the PyGos is key to making Pylife work. That's why we've added loads of different networks to the PyGo devices. We don't think any other wearable device gives you as much flexibility and opportunity to connect.

• WiFi is available on most mobile phones and it's typically how you connect to the internet at home and in public locations where it's offered.
• Cellular connectivity is the connection to a mobile network put in place by mobile network operators (carriers in the USA)
• Bluetooth is also available on most mobile phones today. It tends to be used to connect accessories like speakers and headsets.
• LoRa is a Low Power WAN network type used for the Internet of Things. It is widely used to connect Things to the internet. 
• GPS is a location based system that enables location tracking

Pymesh effectively turns your Mobile phone in to a LoRaWAN messenger. Here's a little demo of the PyGos sending messages over the Pymesh between two mobile phones.

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In addition to the networks we're creating with our own devices, the PyGos will also be able to auto-connect to the ThingsNetworks all over the world.

The Things Network is building a network for the Internet of Things. The technology we use is called LoRaWAN and is compatible with Pymesh which means all the PyGos will be able to talk to the internet without 3G or WiFi. So no WiFi codes and no mobile subscriptions needed if you're connected to a ThingsNetwork Network.

There are many ways to connect with the PyGos and Mobile Phones. We have drawn up a few illustrations to show you some of the ways possible.

And now, to the important bit which explains what you can do to support this project and how to get your hands on the first few devices shipping out.


PyGo specifications may be subject to change
PyGo specifications may be subject to change

More detailed PyGo specifications can be found here


We have crammed so much into the PyGos, that the antennas will be integrated not only in the module sides but also into the battery side. We've even exposed tiny pins to use the clips as further antennas. These pins will then connect the PyGos to the new Enterprise Cradle which allows you to run 2 external antennas via u.fl connectors (LoRa/Sigfox and LTE-M). The Enterprise cradle (see photo above) will also act as a wireless charging base (powered by your PCB). You can continue the same development tools you are enjoying right now as transferring the code will be done OTA (so no wires required).

The Enterprise cradle will allow for a total of 8 universal inputs/outputs with digital/analogue capabilities so that you can connect different types of sensors and actuators from your own PCBs. Inside this cradle will be an ESP32 chip using BLE connectivity to the PyGo modules to transmit wirelessly your data. The cradle will have the following features:  

- Dimensions: 33mm/42.5mm x 41 mm x 18.7mm  
- Processing: ESP32 (240MHz core, WiFi + Bluetooth) powered running MicroPython fully programmable.   
- Power: 3.5 to 5.5V power input @500mA.   
- Charge: AirFuel wireless charging transmitter for 1 PyGo.   
- In/Out: 8 analog input (0-3.3V 12bit SAR ADC) and digital (3.3V logic) input/output pins.   
- USB-C connector for power and serial communication.   

THE PYMESH SPECIFICATIONSThe PyMesh network is implemented over the 6LoWPAN IPv6-based Mesh Network, and it has the following features:

- long range LoRa radio
- a simple installation, startup and operation
- each node is authenticated and all communication is encrypted - self-healing and no single point of failure
- power efficient
- scalability up to hundreds of devices (currently each node can theoretically have up to 16 neighbours, making a theoretical maximum size of 256 nodes) - internal IPv6 routing based on radio links quality
- 6LoWPAN fragmentation of the UDP packets

Number of nodes in the meshWith Pylife you can connect up to 200 devices in a private mesh. 

However, it is important to know that whilst this is possible technically, the reality is that everything depends on the physical circumstances in which the devices are located. Networks and devices use small radio chips to communicate. The radio signal strength is what makes a signal travel further as well as radio power, signal strength, interference, and spectrum occupation. Therefore, realistically expect private meshes of 50 to 200 units. In any event, it is possible to split large mesh networks into several smaller ones. These meshes can relay messages between them. 

It is possible to hop between 32 to 64 devices within a Pymesh transfer. Adding well known traditional networks to the mix (cellular and WiFi), the number of hops becomes endless. Hence, the actual size of a meshed network is 'endless'.  

Mesh Range
At Pycom we have been building electronics for the past 3 years, enabling people to transmit data from one node to another. We have measured distances of 22km in ‘line of sight’ with our existing LoRa Mesh technology. Below we're demonstrating sending messages through the mesh using LoPy4 (our existing development boards)

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The actual distance may be reduced depending on terrain and buildings. It may be as low as, for example, 500m in concrete blocks of flats.

Unfortunately, we cannot break the laws of physics, just like we cannot transmit through water. However, in cities, as a general guide, you should expect a good 5km range between devices and in the country-side it may be 12km range.

PYMAKR  PyGos are compatible with our well-known free open source Pymakr IDE APIs that you would know if you've been hacking on a FiPy or a LoPy4. It's there to help you hack in MicroPython, significantly shortening your development time. We reckon you can be up and running, sensing and gathering data within a couple of hours from receiving your pledge...which would be pretty cool, right?


If the whole mobile app thing is not your thing then use Pybytes to check your device and application data. Crafted by a group of Pycom back-end experts the Pybytes platform has everything you’ll need to gather, organise and display your data FREE OF CHARGE in the cloud. Regardless of whether you are a company, IoT system architect, or an ambitious tech hobbyist we’ll soon get you connected. 

Pycom, the mother brand for Pylife, came about because the founding team wanted to help developers and small enterprises get their connected ideas to market faster and more efficiently. 

Now they have set their minds on helping consumers, exactly like themselves, living busy lives, where being connected can help. We consider ourselves ethical developers. 

We work hard not to over-promise nor to disappoint with the final products. Which is why we've completed 3 successful Kickstarter campaigns in the past. It’s the Pylife. 

Here are a few words from Pycom's founders Fred and Bettina.

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We have managed to squeeze the prices here on Kickstarter and in particular for the EARLY BIRD PACKAGES. Below is an overview of the pledges you can make here on Kickstarter. Please note, the pledges may not be in the same order as below on the Kickstarter system.  

You can pledge for additional items:

Similar to what you experience on your mobile phone, monthly charges will apply to enable cellular services on PyGo2. You do not have to take us up on the cellular use. These are described below in the SMALL PRINT.

IMPORTANT: This campaign is run in EUR currency. All exchange rates from EUR to USD are approximate and will depend on the exchange rate set by Papal and / or your bank at the point of payment.

The amount of stretching we can do depends on the amount of funding we achieve here on Kickstarter for the simple reason that we need to hire additional staff to get more done in the timeframe between now and May-June 2019.

At €100,000 funding we'll create the Enterprise Cradle and you'll have the opportunity to add it to your pledge for €14.95.

At €200,000 we'll create a new Multi-Unit charger which will include LoRa Pymesh thus making it a home hub / home gateway. You will be able to add this to your pledge for €29.95. 

STRETCH GOAL 3At €250k we'll replace the PyGo Accelerometer with an IMU. 

We are only starting to scratch the surface of the endless possibilities that Pylife brings!

You may be wondering why we haven’t started shipping yet, since the products look ready. Well, the simple answer is that they’re not quite ready yet. We still have some work to do to get everything production ready. We want you to have the best possible start to your Pylife, and we don’t want to rush products out that are not up to our expectations.


The Pymesh  While we anticipate quick take up and rapid proliferation of the Pymesh. However, at the onset, the Pymesh may be somewhat limited but it will become stronger as more users join the community. To begin with, it will be limited to the people who have PyGo devices and who set them to ‘opt-in’ to a conscious Pymesh (when with buddies) or an anonymous Pymesh (when they do not want to be identified but will allow other peoples’ data to hop through their device(s). 

Cellular Network Access PyGo2 devices use the new cellular IoT networks running on 4G systems referred to as CAT-NB1 and CAT-M1. These networks are not your normal 2G/3G/4G networks. they are specifically reserved for Things (as in the Internet of Things) and are not fully deployed in all countries yet. In some countries they are still in the process of rolling out. As such they are not guaranteed everywhere yet. 

Many of these networks are still centred around major cities and less frequently found in rural areas. 

We know already that the following countries will have the cellular IoT networks up and running by the time we ship your pledges:

Australia - Canada - Czech Republic - Denmark - Finland - Germany - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - The Netherlands - New Zealand - Norway - Poland - Romania - South Africa - Spain - Sweden - UK – USA

More countries are switching on all the time and it is likely that the list above will grow significantly by the time the PyGo devices ship to you next June.

The PyGo2 devices are all enabled for this type of cellular access and Pycom can enable network access as and when the network becomes available on Vodafone or Verizon. 

Other network providers may become available in later product batches. Pycom intends to work with several cellular network providers including Vodafone and Verizon. There may be others as we progress our venture into Pylife. 

However, the speed with which these networks roll out and where exactly they cover is beyond Pycom’s control and it is therefore impossible for Pycom to guarantee the cellular network access. 

In the eventuality that you have pledged for a PyGo2 (cellular) and it subsequently is evident that there will be no cellular coverage in your particular country, then Pycom will offer you a FULL refund or the possibility to switch to a PyGo1 unit. 

TheThingsNetworkWhile all the PyGo devices are enabled for auto-connect to any of the TTN networks around the world, the network is run on a voluntary basis and therefore it is not guaranteed. Pycom has no control over network availability, configuration changes or indeed changes to the network.
However, we will use best endeavours to ensure that the auto-connect feature is running correctly and assist any customers who have challenges when a network is known to be available. You will have the option to deselect automatic connect to TTN networks. 

Being first to market is a tall orderThis is very much the first of its kind solution. As such, and while we will be extensively testing all types of scenarios in several countries, it is not possible to test for every single eventuality. As such, we anticipate some level of firmware adjustment over the course of the first 3-6 months after shipping the products. This is normal for newly released products - you'll find the same you on your mobile phone or your laptop - and will not impact on proper functioning of the solution nor on statutory rights. 

Limited LiabilityWe have recommended many every-day use cases for Pylife to help people live better lives. However, circumstances may occur where there is no connectivity or where the applications fails to deliver alerts poor terrain, low battery, adverse weather conditions etc... There are many moving parts to the solution and many partners involved in making the solution work. So whilst we do our best to test/optimise these devices, you should always rely on your common sense and not put yourself in danger by relying 100% on these devices for your only means of communication. It is the responsibility of the owner to check and verify that the Pylife Applications have been set up according to use case and that is it working as intended. 

Warranty All PyGo devices come with a 1-year warranty.

We're super grateful to everybody helped us get this far. We have an DEDICATED PYCOM, a EXTREMELY RESPONSIVE community of developers and some REALLY AWESOME partners to all of whom we are mind-numbingly thankful.


Risks and challenges

Pylife is built on mature technology created by Pycom. We have been developing both the hardware and the software for many months already, and at many stages have received feedback from our large developer community.

Some of you may be wondering why are we launching a new Kickstarter project having set Pycom up almost 3 years ago. The reason is very simple: we have an incredible opportunity to launch a super useful solution to consumers but we are unable to afford all the costs associated. In addition, the PyGo range ensures our dev community has a new and even better way of getting their connected ideas to market.

We have already shipped thousands of products through our parent brand Pycom, three of which were launched right here on Kickstarter (WiPy 2015, LoPy Feb 2016 and the FiPy in November 2016). We have grown our network of suppliers, manufacturing and other partners, all of whom have the same mind-set as us. That is to say, they are future focused, see innovation as vital to their business and take pride in the high quality of their products.

We are confident that we have addressed every important aspect of the project and we have worked very hard to make sure that we are in good shape to get Pylife to the world in April / May 2019 . Any technical risks we may have are very low at this stage since the hardware has been developed, and is going through testing. All critical software and mobile app development is complete and focus is also now on extended testing.

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