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First open IoT ecosystem for industrial & commercial applications

Three leading IoT companies have demonstrated the first end-to-end IoT ecosystem designed with re-usable infrastructure and open industry standards for industrial and commercial applications at scale. Advantech B+B SmartWorx, Connect2 Systems and DevicePilot delivered automatic remote monitoring and management of industrial ultra-low power IoT sensor devices using constrained wireless networks and open IoT standards developed by the Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). The demonstration featured Wzzard Wireless Sensor Nodes from Advantech B+B SmartWorx and Inclinometer Wireless Sensor Nodes from Connect2 Systems.
16th June 2016

Device Management presents barrier to IoT at scale

Management of thousands or millions of internet connected devices is posing a major obstacle to the success of the IoT, claims IoT pioneer DevicePilot (previously 1248). These concerns are reflected in a survey of 50 companies planning to deploy IoT applications at scale across different industry sectors including environmental and industrial monitoring, elderly care/wellness, smart homes and cities, energy management, refrigeration, retail and public services.
6th April 2016

Management solution helps companies overcome barrier to IoT at scale

IoT specialist 1248 will be unveiling DevicePilot at next week’s ARM TechCon in Silicon Valley, a recent as-a-service solution for managing the growing IoT ecosystem. DevicePilot continuously monitors and manages connected devices over their complete life-cycle and presents a simple dashboard showing how many devices have been deployed, where and by whom, how many are not working and why.
6th November 2015


IoT device manager provides a simple way to design

IoT pioneer 1248 has joined the ARM mbed Partner Ecosystem and announced that its latest automated, IoT device management solution will be launched at the ARM TechCon event in Silicon Valley in November. The solution will be built on the ARM mbed IoT Device Platform which provides a simple way to design and control embedded connected devices at scale.
22nd October 2015


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