Press Release – Paris, France & Xiamen, China – September 7th 2022
Milesight, the fast-growing AIoT solution provider, and Actility, the world leader in IoT connectivity solutions, announce a strategic partnership in order to facilitate deployment of IoT use cases for smart buildings like indoor air quality (IAQ), smart offices, smart cities, smart agriculture, and many other verticals. The Partners agreed on technical and business cooperation as well as mutual promotion of the integrated Milesight LoRaWAN® Gateway and Actility’s ThingPark IoT platform.
As customers often struggle to select the right technology to deploy their IoT projects, Actility’s goal is to provide the most adapted options for operating their LoRaWAN networks, while reducing hassle and costs related to integration. Along with Milesight, we are enhancing our clients’ ability to provide consistent network coverage around the world.
IoT gateways use LoRaWAN® to connect smart devices to the cloud for data processing and management. Now part of Actility’s portfolio, Milesight LoRaWAN Gateways now allow seamless connection to Actility’s ThingPark® LoRaWAN® network servers. Data collected from LoRa® field sensors is backhauled over secured links into many of the major cloud IoT platforms connected to Actility’s ThingPark, such as Microsoft Azure, AWS IoT Core, PTC ThingWorx, and others.
Milesight is based in Fujian, China, with regional offices in the US, Korea and Taiwan. Founded in 2011, Milesight is a fast-growing AIoT solution provider committed to offering value-added services and cutting-edge technologies. Based on IoT, Milesight expanded its value proposition into video surveillance and communications industries, featuring Internet of Things as its core.
Through a worldwide network of distributors and system integrators in over 120 countries and regions, Milesight disseminates its products and services in comprehensive solutions with a hope to connect physical and digital worlds together to elevate AIoT solution to the next level.
Leveraging LoRaWAN technology, Milesight LoRaWAN® gateways are ideal for interconnecting and relaying messages between various sensors and the network server efficiently and reliably. It is specifically designed for wide-area IoT applications, and the application scenarios include smart building, smart office, smart city, smart agriculture, etc.
The features include but are not limited to:
Class B, Noise Analyzer, Multicast, Gateway Fleet Management and all the other features of Milesight Gateways
Actility offers a program of integration of Gateways to make sure they are working seamlessly with ThingPark. It requires a few buttons clicks and demonstrates a strong validation process.
Milesight and Actility teams have been working closely together to modify antenna’s specifications in order to meet different market needs. Now Milesight can acquire complete programming info from Actility and integrate Actility’s LRR into their LoRaWAN gateway.
As a result, Milesight LoRaWAN gateways can smoothly connect to Actility ThingPark, manage all sensor data, monitor device status and modify relevant configurations, which marks the complete management of gateways and sensors. Eventually, via effective communication, swift mutual assistance and strong coding knowledge in antenna, gateway, and IoT platform, both teams bring the tasks to a full completion.
Picture: screenshot of compatible gateways selection on ThingPark Enterprise platform interface
“Milesight has committed to providing the innovative device-to-cloud LoRaWAN solutions, while Actility has a proven reputation in offering highly reliable and stable IoT deployments in the LoRaWAN® ecosystem and has always been at the forefront of the IoT development. Both of us share the same goal to build a smarter world over LoRaWAN® technology. With the promising partnership between Milesight IoT and Actility, I am sure that our mutual customers will expand and maintain their business continuity as well as benefit from the deployed LoRaWAN® solutions that offer streamlined operations, visualized insights and improved productivity.”
said Leon Jiang, VP of Milesight.
“We’re thrilled about partnering with Milesight IoT. Their expertise in IIoT innovation, coupled with Actility’s advanced connectivity solutions portfolio will allow quicker and more secure deployments of LoRaWAN® solutions across many IoT segments on all continents as well through common distributors and system integrators. Our joint development and distribution of these appliances and services will help us deliver compelling connectivity for the IoT world.”
said Olivier Hersent, CEO at Actility
Milesight IoT is a fast-growing and innovation-driven technology company with a focus on 5G, AI, IoT and LoRaWAN. With advanced IoT insights, the company helps customers worldwide optimize their business operation efficiently and sustainably in an actionable and locally adapted way. Along Milesight has been a long-term trusted partner for a massively growing IoT businesses since 2011.In collaboration with global partners, Milesight IoT is committed to building open ecosystems that generate inspirations and embrace challenges together and better.
Contact us here: https://www.milesight-iot.com/contact-us/
Actility is a world leader in Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of companies trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also providespatented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of use cases.
Contact us here: https://www.actility.com/contact
Learn more about the LoRaWAN technology by downloading the Actility “What is LoRaWAN” white paper