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Altizon and Novecom to Deliver IIoT and Industry 4.0 Solutions in APAC

By Ken Briodagh December 06, 2017

Altizon, an industrial IIoT platform company, and Novecom, an Advitech Group Company and environmental monitoring and data management systems company, have announced their partnership to deliver an end-to-end Industrial IoT (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 offering. The combined offering reportedly includes hardware, software, analytics, and network connectivity enabled by Datonis, Altizon’s advanced IIoT platform, and expands both companies’ footprints across APAC.

The solution is designed to help industrial customers in agriculture, telecom, mining, manufacturing and transport meet their current business challenges for connectivity, efficiency and increased uptime through the seamless integration of sensors, M2M communications and data analytics.

“Our business is built upon developing solutions to specific customer challenges and this is why we are passionate about sensor-based data. We have a strong pedigree in delivering highly valued decision-making and business support tools,” said Jeremy Pola, Managing Director, Novecom. “By working with Altizon, we will help ensure that our clients gain maximum advantage from IIoT and the Industry 4.0 environment.”

Novecom is Altizon’s first partner in Australia, continuing the company’s mission to help ease entry and accelerate IIoT adoption globally. Using Datonis, manufacturers can launch new applications over a hybrid infrastructure with edge computing, advanced in-stream analytics, and deep learning capabilities.

“We are delighted to partner with Novecom and the Advitech Group to extend our offering to Australia, significantly expanding our APAC footprint in helping industrial clients gain access to innovative solutions,” said Vinay Nathan, CEO, Altizon. “Coupled with Novecom’s integrated environmental sensor based information systems and the strength of the Advitech Groups’ consulting expertise, industrial clients will be able to operate and demonstrate compliance with environmental regulations and community expectations with greater efficiency and at maximum scale."


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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