5 June, visit Thinxtra booth at #IoTfestival to see that IoT is a reality with Sigfox.
LPWAN is the emerging technology that will unlock the potential of connecting millions of IoT devices. There are few players in this segment each with unique business and technological characteristics. To provide a guide showing the fit for purpose of each technology, this complete and simple infographic explains the positioning and clarifies where Sigfox, LoRa, NB-IoT and LTE-M fit.
Presented by the IoT Australia Alliance and Communications Alliance, the ACOMMS recognise excellence in the wider communications industry, rewarding and profiling companies which have excelled within the industry around the nation.
IoTAA’s IoT Impact Award recognises an organisation or company that has positively impacted the adoption of the Internet of Things in the Australian economy.
“Thinxtra team is very proud and excited to be a finalist for this award category.” said Thinxtra’s CEO, Loic Barancourt.
Winners will be announced at the ACOMM Awards night and dinner on Wednesday July 19 in Sydney.
About Thinxtra’s nomination
Thinxtra has risen from a start-up, to become a key IoT enabler and network provider in the Asia Pacific region. Thinxtra is rapidly deploying nationwide the Sigfox’s low cost, Low Powered, Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technology to enable everything to connect from tracking pallets, shopping trolleys, courier packages or livestock to monitor home appliances performance, exit signs, cold chain (from farm to fork) temperature or simply metering water and gas, sending short messages to the internet back to customers’s IoT platform.
Loic Barancourt, CEO of Thinxtra mentioned “We’ve successfully signed major contracts for over 1.4 million connections on the Sigfox network with over 50 million potential connections in the pipeline. The partnerships we have established with businesses like Kordia and Silicon Controls and early adoption from local universities, government and institutions is rapidly transforming the business. We also wanted to support early on the local community, providing free connectivity and development kits to Cities innovation centres, Universities researchers and teachers, as well as supporting actively local hackathons” He says “We’re excited by the potential opportunities, Australians are early adopters, unique innovators and do not hesitate to commit at scale to leverage the IoT. The next 12 months look set to be even bigger: we will be launching complete end-to-end solutions, a new IoT program to fast track adoption and enabling more and more channel partners and customers to start rolling out their projects as devices are becoming cheaper and widely available.”
- Thinxtra Australia (Headquarters)
- Suite 6.01, Level 6, 53 Berry St, North Sydney, NSW, 2060, Australia
- Thinxtra New Zealand
- Level 1, 2 Fred Thomas Drive, Takapuna, Auckland, 0622, New Zealand
- Thinxtra Hong Kong & Macau
- U330, Building 16W, Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, N.T. Hong Kong