FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Gabor Pop, Actility
PARIS, FR and MINNEAPOLIS, MN, US October 16, 2019
Actility, the global leader in industrial IoT connectivity solutions, and Radio Bridge, a prominent designer and manufacturer of cost-efficient, LoRa®-based wireless sensors, are collaborating to provide complete solutions to support the needs of vertical markets in smart buildings and industry. These will be leveraging industry-grade sensor certifications and full compliance with Actility network server-based operator and enterprise networks.
As different US industries shift to more innovative IoT tools and platforms for their operations and resource management, the demand for affordable, yet high quality, solutions is on the rise. The two industrial IoT solutions providers aim to provide this through their complementary products and services. While Radio Bridge provides cutting-edge hardware and software interface that address large-scale industry needs, Actility will fuel this with innovative, secure, and dependable LoRaWAN connectivity solutions ensuring proper and efficient data communication and management. Specifically, this means that Radio Bridge clients can enjoy the functionalities of Actility’s platforms through its APIs.
In addition to this, Steve Kilts, CEO and Co-Founder of Radio Bridge, said, “The integration and interoperability testing with Actility is critical as they provide the underlying network server technology for major LoRaWAN operators around the world. Actility’s professional-grade LNS is also a top recommendation for private, enterprise-wide LoRaWAN networks utilizing Radio Bridge sensors.”
“We are thrilled to have Radio Bridge amongst our key partners. Partnerships to deploy full end-to-end solutions are the key factor of success for IoT projects and we are happy to enable Radio Bridge solutions with the world’s most innovative LoRaWAN connectivity solutions,” said Gabor Pop, Director of Ecosystem, Marketing and Digital Services.
Through this partnership, end-to-end industry-grade connected solutions for cities, buildings, agriculture, and industrial automation are more achievable at both lower costs of ownership and high-quality products.
Actility & ThingPark™
Actility connects the Industrial Internet of Things. Our IoT connectivity platform, tools, and fast-growing ecosystem enable our customers to create IoT solutions that transform business, industries, and processes. The ThingPark LPWA platform connects sensors gathering data to cloud applications on any scale, from global or national networks to secure on-campus enterprise solutions, managing devices, data flows and monetization. Our value-added applications and business services enable roaming, device software update, geolocation, and smart grid. Actility is at the heart of a thriving customer ecosystem, connecting solutions partners, supporting developers and device makers preparing their LPWA product for market, and providing an e-commerce Marketplace offering global distribution to solution providers. Actility co-founded the LoRa Alliance and continues to pioneer LPWA networking technology.
Radio Bridge Inc designs and manufactures long-range wireless sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT) industry using emerging wireless standards such as LoRaWAN. The portfolio of sensors are all designed for very long range, low cost, and extended battery life applications. Target industries include building security and automation, smart city, medical device, and industrial automation. All products are designed with an open architecture for flexible integration, and an optional web-based console for provisioning, monitoring, and configuration of the sensors in the field. Custom design is also available with the goal of achieving seamless sensor-to-cloud solutions for a variety of applications.
If you would like more information about this topic, please e-mail Gabor Pop at email@example.com.
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