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PRIOT Digital Systems is a small custom software development company. They provide custom software development, web development, and IoT development and were launched in 2019.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise



Financial services


Business services




GPS, Navigation & GIS


Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 40%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 45%

Enterprise (>$1B) 15%

Common Project Size

$50K-$199K 3 projects

$10K-$49K 1 project


  • Sparkasse bank
  • Planica Nordic Centre
  • SloSki
  • Slovenian Swimming Association

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

6 Reviews

PRIOT was hired by StarKid Co., an EdTech startup, to design a prototype and develop a mobile app for kids. The team at PRIOT, consisting of 2-5 employees, lead development meetings, brainstormed ideas, and worked closely with StarKid Co. to create the prototype from scratch. The prototype was delivered on time for investor review, which was a key deliverable for the project. StarKid Co. found PRIOT through a referral and chose them for their great culture fit and aligned company values.

A construction company focused on sustainable construction hired PRIOT to connect IoT sensors to the cloud in their concrete production plant and laboratory. The objective was to lay the groundwork for AI and optimize quality control and production planning. The team from PRIOT, comprising of 6-10 employees, started with a consultation phase to understand existing processes and identify opportunities for optimization. They then integrated IoT devices into the production processes and quality control laboratories. These devices were connected to the cloud and integrated with a custom-developed web application, which significantly improved the efficiency of the company's operations.

The Planica Institute of Sports hired PRIOT to automate real-time monitoring of physical conditions for ski jumpers and control and monitor the time components of cross-country skiers. PRIOT's team of 2-5 employees developed software and designed hardware components exclusively for the institute's needs. This included integrating anemometers, RFI interfaces, and photocells into a complete system for ski jumpers and implementing RFI chip identifiers at different locations along the cross-country ski track. This resulted in automatic identification of the ski jumper, speed measurement at specific points, and the conversion of wind power into jump length. For cross-country skiers, it allowed for control of the practitioners on the track and measurement of their speed on particular segments of the track. The Planica Institute of Sports found PRIOT through a referral and chose them for their good value for cost.



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