Unifying remote management for manufacturers and integrators of lighting and audio visual control systems.
This is our mission. SixEye is developing a cloud-based system allowing manufacturers and system integrators to provide a unified remote management solution under their own brand to the end customer that seamlessly combines the remote management of content and devices from multiple manufacturers.
Do you want to work the way we do?
Only as a team can we achieve the best solution. If people find a better way - we do that!
Your problem is everyone's problem, especially when the clock is ticking.
Time off for weekly sessions by engineers, for engineers. An extensive library and online learning subscriptions available.
Skew your day early or late; work from home when you need to.
25 days paid holiday each year and the flexibility to use public holidays when you like.
We'll match your pension contributions up to 4%.
Here's who we're looking for.
SixEye is an exciting new startup, based in west London. SixEye is developing a multi-tenant, scalable SaaS platform that allows integrators of audio visual control systems to provide a unified remote management solution under their own brand, seamlessly combining the remote management of content and devices from multiple manufacturers. The product is launching Q1 2018.
SixEye has raised investment and successfully pitched for incubation support from Carallon, a pioneering company with a track record of incubating successful startups working at the forefront of live entertainment & architectural control system development. Carallon is behind the success of Brompton Technology (New Company of the Year, Elektra Awards 2016), manufacturer of industry-leading video processors, and Pharos Architectural Controls, manufacturer of multi-award winning architectural lighting control systems.
The board & management team of SixEye are experienced entrepreneurs, bringing decades of experience in product development, software design, sales & new business development.
Our JSON API server is implemented in Ruby on Rails. We use Codeship for CI and AWS Elastic Beanstalk for continuous deployment to EC2.