Singapore is getting its first nationwide low-power IoT data network. UnaBiz has secured an FBO license to roll out the Sigfox low-power wide area network (LPWAN). This network is ideal for outdoor and indoor remote monitoring applications that require long range communication, small data payload, long battery life and low setup, operation & maintenance costs.
SpaceAge Labs, an NUS incubated startup, is developing novel plug & play communication adaptors that will enable existing industry-standard sensors, instruments, meters and machines to get instantly plugged into the UnaBiz Sigfox network and send data to the cloud for storage, analysis and visualization.
To take advantage of these exciting developments, NUS Enterprise is facilitating a collaboration between SpaceAge Labs, UnaBiz and Microsoft to set up a platform called remoteEye that would enable OEMs, System Integrators, Application Developers and Technologists to quickly develop, test and deploy practical remote monitoring solutions that ride on the Sigfox LPWAN.
Example applications include – Remote Utility Meter Reading, Solar Panel Health Monitoring, Construction Site Environmental & Geotechnical monitoring, Intrusion Detection, Structural Health Monitoring, Weather Station Monitoring, Manhole Monitoring, Dumpster Monitoring, Equipment Status Monitoring, Tank and Water Level Monitoring, Air Quality Monitoring, Vending Machine Stock Monitoring and many more.
Join us at this meetup for a preview of this remoteEye platform and learn how you can plug your applications and technologies into it.
Thursday, May 25th
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
NUS Enterprise @ Singapore Science Park
3 Science Park Drive #01-06/09, The Franklin