Tweet Scoop.it Tweet Collaboration expected to speed adoption of Internet of Things by Salesforce1 community through proliferation of IoT-based applications. Kerensen Consulting, an operational consulting firm with a focus on cloud computing, and SIGFOX, the pioneer in economical, energy-efficient Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, today announced a collaboration to make it simple and fast for [...]
Sigfox, a French technology start-up, is in talks with investors to raise funds to help build a dedicated global network for the “internet of things”. Sigfox has met investors and is aiming to raise at least €50m to fund the building of a low-cost,
"As billions of Bluetooth-enabled mattresses, toothbrushes, dog collars, soccer balls—you name it—join the Internet of Things (IoT), the networks that bind them to smartphones, tablets and other devices inevitably will become crowded, leaving current Internet capacity inadequate to handle the influx"
Nicht nur Menschen, auch Gegenstände werden zunehmend mit dem Internet verbunden. Doch klassische Mobilfunknetze sind überfordert damit, Milliarden Geräte ans Internet zu hängen. Für die gewaltige Vernetzungsaktion setzt man deshalb auf Schmalband-Kommunikation.
Meet SIGFOX at the European Utility Week event in Amsterdam from the 4th-6th of November.
We will present one of the Smart Water use cases running on our network at 4pm on the 5th, chair the Smart City panel presentations in the morning of the 5th and be available for meetings during the three days.
Please contact us on contact at sigfox.com if you wish to meet and learn more about SIGFOX.
The same technology used in submarine communications during World War I may soon be revived in U.S. households -- as part of a French startup’s plan to build a global network for the “Internet of things.”
In Singapore and want to learn more about SIGFOX? Then join this event and hear Lee Lup Yuen, CTO, SingTel L!feLabs present SIGFOX and how to use the Snootlab Akeru Arduino compatible development kit to use the SIGFOX network for creating new and innovative IoT applications.
The falling cost of adding sensing and communications to consumer products will mean that a typical family home, in a mature affluent market, could contain several hundred smart objects by 2022, according to Gartner, Inc. Gartner said that the smart home will be an area of dramatic evolution over the next decade and will offer many innovative digital business opportunities to those organizations who can adapt their products and services to exploit it.
SIGFOX is proud to announce that Securitas Direct has chosen SIGFOX, the international cellular network for Internet of Things devices, to connect millions of security systems in Spain. The project follows the announcement of the collaboration between Abertis Telecom and SIGFOX for the nationwide rollout in Spain, where the network is now operational for large scale device deployments.
The French startup, SIGFOX, has decided on the San Francisco area to install a wireless network solely to connect low-power devices. The slow-lane network is the beginning of a plan to cheaply connect everything from pipes to smoke detectors around the globe, with the high-tech valley becoming the first area of its kind
La Smart City y el Internet de las Cosas son dos conceptos inseparables, pero ¿cómo conseguimos que sea eficiente y escalable su implementación? ¡Aquí tenéis la respuesta!
Porque no es solo en el Reino Unido que se hacen proyectos para las ciudades inteligentes, en España también se llevan a cabo proyectos de este tipo con empresas como Logitek que han implementado la tecnología SIGFOX como solución a los principales problemas existentes hasta hoy, como los es el gasto energético y el mantenimiento necesario.