Sigfox to transform global asset tracking with Sigfox Geolocation, the world’s cheapest Internet of Things (IoT) GPS-free geolocation service
Published on 09.28.2017
At Sigfox World IoT Expo, Sigfox announces that its network is now spanning 36 countries, as part of its mission to offer a consistent level of connectivity quality and service anywhere in the world.
Four new operators in four different continents, are today joining the Sigfox family:
COGNIX: working with Latin American partner WND, local operator COGNIX will expand low-cost, low-energy, dependable IoT networking to Costa Rica.
IoT Net Adria: seeing a great opportunity to replicate the accumulated know-how with Sigfox in other countries in their market, Croatian Sigfox Operator is extending the Sigfox coverage in eastern Europe.
IoT Tunisie: with an expanding manufacturing sector, demand for IoT solutions is high in Tunisia. Together with Sigfox, IoT Tunisie can meet that demand and promote hi-tech growth.
Platt Nera: the collaboration is set to connect hundreds of thousands of objects, as Thailand invests in smart cities, intelligent energy, and other transformational digital projects.
Sigfox operators are not only contributing to accelerate IoT development in their local markets, they are also committing to deploy and operate the network infrastructure and offer national coverage in their country. Up to this day, almost 100 million euros have been invested by Sigfox operators to offer a unique access to the Sigfox IoT services, with the exact same quality of service.
This unique global offer is enriched with Sigfox new service Monarch, now allowing IoT devices to recognize and automatically adapt to every local communications standard in the world without roaming. By enabling ‘globe trotter’ assets that can seamlessly adapt as they move across borders, Monarch represents a game-changer for logistics, freight, and consumer goods industries.
In Ireland, Sigfox Operator VT signed a €1-mill IoT subscription with Dunraven Systems, a market leader in the design and development of ultrasonic fuel tank monitors. Read more →
In Australia, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) is now a cornerstone investor in Sigfox Operator Thinxtra, to use Sigfox technology and make Australia’s energy industry more efficient. Read more →
In Singapore, Sigfox Operator UnaBiz has developed Ratsense, which helps the pest control industry track and monitor the rodent population. Read more →
In Sweden, IoT Sweden is using Sigfox low-energy networking to develop intelligent crop-monitoring devices for smart-agriculture. Read more →
In France, Airbus has chosen to use Sigfox to optimize its supply chain.
In Spain, the national postal services Correos have partnered with Sigfox to streamline their logistics processesand track their moving assets.
In Germany, BrakeForceOne is partnering with Sigfox to build IoT sensors into its electronic bikes and scooters.
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