Actility and Akenza AG are working together to improve ThingPark ™ Wireless Actility, a multi-technology IoT connectivity platform for public, private and low power wide-area networks (LPWANs). The French M2M IoT service provider Actility wants to create even more value with its IoT connectivity platform ThingPark Wireless through a partnership with the Swiss provider AkenZA. Actility customers will be able to integrate their accounts with Akenza’s core to manage their IoT devices and fleet connectivity with an easy-to-use, agnostic Enterprise IoT system designed to help businesses and cities develop connected real-time solutions.
The Heliot Group’s Sigfox network as part of our agnostic connectivity manager strengthens Akenzass as a leading provider of IoT technology. Heliot is the only global 0G network for low-power IoT platforms able to provide Sigfox as the exclusive operator in Switzerland. This solution has some key advantages: it is cost-effective and easy to use across borders, making it the perfect partnership to make Akenza’s commitment to IoT deployment easy.
Akenza is a global technology provider headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, that provides IoT solutions and a wide range of integrated services to help businesses and cities transform digitally. We offer an IoT platform that enables you to develop intelligent solutions with added value. Collaboration with Akenza brings G + and robust IoT systems to Akenza’s core.
The Akenza IoT Platform enables the connection of a variety of integrated IoT sensors. It enables companies to develop intelligent building solutions by bridging the gap between the physical world and the cloud. Through simple and secure management of intelligent devices and networking with sensor data, Akenza’s IoT systems enable rapid market introduction of innovative digital technologies.
We live in a digitized world, and the IoT is changing the way we interact with products and services. The IoT platform for device, network and user data management enables the management of devices, sensors, actuators, network components and gateways from various manufacturers and technologies. Save device data, orchestrate event-driven actions, and configure everything in one place.
The introduction of this self-service platform will revolutionise the market for the Internet of Things. In the same week, NEC announced its collaboration with Siemens to monitor and analyze artificial intelligence. SIM cards with EUICc in their subscription plan are obliged to register and unsubscribe devices in the network.
Lorawan is a wireless spread spectrum modulation technique that can be employed in a variety of WANs. The LORA Alliance developed an open technology for low-power wide-area networks necessary for the Internet of Things, which operates on unlicensed frequencies and provides global interoperability and scalability.
IoT platforms have become the backbone of professional IoT deployments, with more IoT devices, assets, data, related technologies, network connectivity solutions, architecture and infrastructure evolution, and a strong need to connect and leverage IT to drive IoT efficiently, interoperably, and securely. IoT platforms aim to resolve these issues by providing a variety of technologies that help IoT systems bridge the gap between diverse sensor values, devices, and software. Because IoT platforms are such an important component of every connected system, there is often misunderstanding about what they are and how to choose the best option from so many.