Proximity Intelligence by Sound

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Trillbit can connect them all to build the 'Internet of Sound'.

Our technology essentially transforms any speaker and mic into a data transfer device. We encode a layer of data on top existing sounds and any device with a speaker turns into a data transmitter. The data layer is inaudible so nothing changes for you but your smartphone starts sensing and capturing this data. The fact that it does not need any special hardware makes it powerful and universal.



Provides smart recommendations based on user preferences and location proximity.

Broadcast & Second Screen

Enhance Second-Screen experience by adding interactive features to TV & Radio broadcast.

Live Events & Venues

Engage thousands of people at once even at large venues.

User Authentication

Make check-in and login faster, easier and more secure.

Secure Payments

Transform any mobile phone into a secure e-wallet for wireless payments.

Smart City & IOT

Make devices around us smarter and interconnected.

No extra hardware




Infrastructure needed for our technology are speakers, which are already in place, and all around us. We are scalable, cross-platform and zero deployment cost solution.





News And Press Release

  • Meet the startups from VStEP 2.0 and get to know why they say

    YourStory.com 22-Apr-2019

    Bhaskar Deo, CEO and Co-Founder, Trillbit Technologies, says, Getting to see so many startups presenting under one roof was a great ...

  • On the rise: diving into India's deep tech innovation boom

    YourStory.com 07-Apr-2019

    Bengaluru-based technology company TrillBit, founded by Mrigesh Parashar, Bhaskar Deo, and Shashikant Deo in 2016, transforms any ...

  • 31 IOT Companies builidng a more connected culture.

    builtin.com 03-Apr-2019

    TrillBit uses existing speaker hardware to create data transfer devices by encoding a data layer onto existing sounds

  • CSK fans have an opportunity to create synchronised lightshow

    InsideSport 30-March-2019

    The Chepauk Stadium on Sunday (March 31) will be lit with a synchronised light show as hosts Chennai Super Kings take on SunRisers Hydrabad.

  • Cisco's fourth cohort launchpad focuses on deep

    YourStory.com 16-Mar-2019

    TrillBit: A cross-platform solution that connects businesses and people in real-time through a proprietary acoustic technology

  • How Bengaluru-Based Startup TRILLBIT is creating the 'Internet Of Sound'

    Curious Dose March, 2019

    New revolutionary IoT technology called the 'internet of sound', Trillbit is fast growing as one of the unique players.

  • How TrillBit uses soundwaves to engage customers.

    Your Story March 4, 2019

    Vishal Krishna in conversation with Shashikant Burnwal, Co-Founder, TrillBit and Mrigesh Parashar, Co-Founder, TrillBit.

  • Technology to help retailers map customer data with sound waves

    retail4growth February 19, 2019

    Bengaluru-based startup Trillbit has developed a technology that can convert any audio speaker into data transmitter and any smartphone into data receiver...

  • Trillbit: Connecting the World with Sound - IoT

    CioApplications.com 19-Dec-2018

    Top IoT Companies listed by CIO applications Magazine Which provides ... the Internet of Things (IoT), and Trillbit exploits sound's omnipresence to build a ...

  • On a sound ground - The Tribune: Trillbit Technologies

    Tribune Dec 12, 2018

    The idea of Trillbit came as my co-founder Mrigesh and I were listening to NPR TED Hour on a car radio. A web link was mentioned during the ...

  • Industries Using Sound Tech for Frictionless Data Transmission

    Entrepreneur.com 11-Dec-2018

    Many industries have been using sound for decades, such as medical imaging where ultrasound is used to observe internal body organs

  • Using the Internet of Sound to transfer IoT data via speakers

    Network World 29-Nov-2018

    Trillbit's plan is to develop a system that weaves ultrasonic pulses, ... Trillbit says its proximity intelligence technology would be better than

  • Technology Revolution Changing Data Transfer Landscape

    CIOL 13-Nov-2018

    Yes, it is possible and Trillbit has developed the technology to utilise sound waves to broadcast advertisement and transfer other content.