Microshare.io has identified dozens of solutions which are ideally fulfilled by the LoRaWAN standard
Software and data governance firm Microshare.io has joined the LoRa Alliance to support growth of low power Internet of Things (IoT) with ready-made data management solutions.
The alliance is an open, non-profit association of members to help drive the success of the LoRaWAN open global standard for secure, carrier-grade IoT low power wide area network connectivity.
According to Charles Paumelle, CMO of Microshare.io, joining the LoRa Alliance was a natural next step, after working closely for the last 12 months with multiple parties in the association and delivering data governance solutions to both carriers, software and hardware manufacturers.
“We have identified dozens of solutions which are ideally fulfilled by the LoRaWAN standard across multiple vertical industries, such as real estate, facilities management, transportation and energy management,” Paumelle said.
LoRa is reportedly becoming the global standard for IoT networking including nationwide networks already in place in most of Western Europe and Asia, with initial applications already running in smart city, public transportation, smart metering, environmental monitoring, pest control and asset tracking.
“The LoRa Alliance is leading the industry in offering a diverse IoT ecosystem of secure, low-cost, low power sensors and networks,” said Fraser Gibbs, co-founder and CTO of eleven-x, operator of Canada’s coast-to-coast LoRaWAN based low power wide area network.
“However, we encounter lots of organisations seeking the benefits of IoT (ie data) but don’t know where to store and share the data, and microshare fills that gap.”
Microshare.io, headquartered in Philadelphia, also maintains staff in New York, Boston, San Francisco and Fort Lauderdale, and has a subsidiary in Europe based in the UK. It delivers solutions that leverage expertise in mobile, workflow and process automation, back-end systems integration, and enterprise systems architecture with focus on digital experiences, IoT and data sharing.
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