Enlit Europe 2023

Nov 28-30, 2023
Paris, France
Stand: 7.2.F150

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Actility is excited to participate in Enlit Europe 2023, a pivotal event in the energy sector, dedicated to connecting industries, inspiring action, and fostering the evolution towards a decarbonized and digitized energy system. This year, ENLIT promises to be a melting pot of innovative ideas and solutions, bringing together influential figures all committed to delivering clean, affordable, and reliable energy. The event is a unique opportunity to network, share knowledge, and explore the latest advancements in energy transition.

Actility will be showcasing its breakthroughs at the LoRa Alliance booth, along with other prominent members and partners such as Semtech, Birdz, ELSYS, and more. We will present our ThingPark IoT Platform, a leading solution in leveraging LoRaWAN technology for the future of smart utilities. This platform plays a pivotal role in IoT-driven services for efficient management of energy, gas, and water, aiming at sustainability and improved customer experiences. We’ll also showcase our Abeeway devices, useful for asset tracking and people safety, with newest features such as Relay and BLE beacons. 

In addition, we will be showcasing with live demos our game-changing innovations for utilities, highlighting how IoT and LoRaWAN technologies are revolutionizing the industry.

Live Demos: 

Extending LoRaWAN Coverage with Relays
Discover how to expand LoRaWAN coverage, enhancing IoT connectivity in challenging environments by leveraging ThingPark as the network server and Abeeway Compact Tracker and multiple other partner devices acting as relays.

DLMS/COSEM over LoRaWAN with SCHC IP Compression
Explore the integration of DLMS/COSEM over LoRaWAN in our demonstration. Experience the advantages of IP-based smart metering enhanced by SCHC optimization, offering effective data compression and fragmentation by using Actility’s IP SCHC Server. 

Firmware Update over LoRaWAN (FUOTA)
Experience how firmware updates can be efficiently, securely, and reliably delivered to multiple end-devices over the LoRaWAN connectivity using ThingPark FUOTA Server.

Meet our experts: 

Nadine Jaeger

Sales Director IoT Germany

Yacine Salem

Sales Manager Middle East & Africa

Nicolas Jordan

Co Founder
and COO

Discover Some of Our Solutions: 

ThingPark Enterprise, an Actility solution tailored for Smart Cities, employs Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technologies like LoRaWAN to connect various urban systems and devices. Designed for efficient deployment and management of IoT networks, it enables real-time monitoring and automation of essential city services such as traffic control and environmental monitoring. Its integration into urban infrastructure offers city administrators actionable insights, fostering more responsive and sustainable environments, and thus positioning ThingPark Enterprise as a key component in building intelligent cities.

Abeeway offers a complete low-power geolocation solution for the Internet of Things that surpasses simple GPS. Through location intelligence, we enable efficient management of your mobile and fixed assets, protecting people and monitoring animals. We give organizations, industries, logistics companies, and the entire supply chain transparency and more effective processes. 

Our water level & tank monitoring solution is ideal for precisely monitoring the level of rivers and tanks leveraging LoRaWan technology. It uses an ultrasonic sensor (Elsys ELT-Ultrasonic) which offers the best compromise when accurate and repeatable distance measurement is needed. The LoRaWan long-range technology allows easy installation and the ability to monitor sensors in a very large area with low infrastructure costs. This system has been designed specifically for ease of use and provides immediate alerts if any conditions fall out of optimal ranges.

The Energy Optimization solution kit is a technique and technology dedicated to energy efficiency. It is used to determine the existing energy spending on in-service equipment through the identification of patterns to prevent costly operational spending and optimize the energy spending.​ There are numerous sources of energy consumers in industrialized sites. These various sources can present overconsumption, leading to significant energy expenditure. The main challenge for managers in sites such as factories, airports, ports, and hospitals is to identify where the largest items of expenditure are situated to optimize the equipment operation.

What is LoRa and LoRaWAN white paper techniical overview, benfits and use cases

Learn more about the LoRaWAN technology by downloading the Actility “What is LoRaWAN” white paper