16 August 2019
Google Cloud and Sigfox join forces to support IoT startups
As announced earlier this year, Sigfox Cloud can be integrated with Google Cloud Platform. It is now possible to push any data generated by Sigfox enabled devices to the Google Cloud Platform. More information about this integration available here.
Sigfox startup program members can now benefit from Google Cloud for Startups program
To go beyond a mere technological collaboration, Sigfox and Google Cloud have agreed to make every Sigfox Starter program member eligible for the Google Cloud for Startups program. This includes up to US$20,000 in Google Cloud Platform and Firebase Credits and many more benefits (subject to meeting Google Cloud Platform’s requirements*)
Both programs are designed to help startups build and scale their business through respectively using Google Cloud and Sigfox technology. If you want to benefit from this collaboration and be onboarded with Sigfox technology, feel free to apply to the Starter program – free and open to everyone!
Join the next Sigfox Explore online conference, in collaboration with Google Cloud
Markku Lepistö, Solutions Architect - APAC & Japan at Google Cloud Platform, will pitch at the next Sigfox Explore session!
Markku contributed actively to the Sigfox Cloud integration to the Google Cloud Platform. He will present his work, demonstrate with the Sigfox Sens'it and Google Cloud Platform and share an Asset Tracking example, with GPS positioning data, Sigfox Geolocation service, BigQuery-GIS geographical SQL queries, and Maps.
Sigfox Explore Online Conferences provide content to accelerate your business growth. The conferences are designed to suit all companies at any stage of the journey toward realizing an IoT solution: from developers to small & medium companies as well as corporate managers. We are running this series of business and technical conferences, to help you develop your skills and transform your project into a successful one!
Check out the whole agenda here
*Credits are available for early-stage, technology-based startup companies that are assessed to have growth potential, based in an approved territory, have not previously received promotional Cloud credits outside of the free-tier offering, are less than 5 years old, and have not raised more than a Series A.