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Ayyeka & SIGFOX Launch Partnership to Enable Smart Cities across the US

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As the municipalities across the U.S. frantically try not to be left behind by the rest of the world in building IoT-friendly infrastructure, more and more major cities are going to be putting in new connectivity infrastructure designed to enable Smart City growth and innovation.

In the pursuit of that goal, Ayyeka, a technology company developing IIoT solutions, has announced that it will partner with SIGFOX to deploy its SIGFOX-certified remote monitoring systems across the U.S. to create energy efficient smart cities.

“SIGFOX’s communication network fits perfectly with Ayyeka’s IIoT devices both in concept and in practice,” said Dr. Yair Poleg, CTO, Ayyeka. “SIGFOX developed an ideal communication platform with a global reach, and Ayyeka fills the data gap with low-power modular IIoT devices.”

The SIGFOX network is specifically designed for low-power IoT devices, enabling Ayyeka’s remote monitoring solutions, dubbed Wavelet Kits, to collect and transmit data from remotely dispersed infrastructure and assets to SCADA systems and other business intelligence and analytic platforms. The goal is that Ayyeka smart sensor networks operating with SIGFOX communication will enable simple, seamless data collection to allow for better performance, regulatory compliance, and protection of public health and safety.

“The Ayyeka-SIGFOX partnership is making water monitoring and control far more cost effective, reliable, and scalable, thus enabling municipalities to optimize operations and deliver ‘smart city’ capabilities,” said Michael Orr, VP, Sales and Partnerships, SIGFOX North America.

Ayyeka is working with utilities and other infrastructure operators to streamline and secure the process of bringing field data to decision makers and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). In addition to solutions for the water and wastewater industry, Ayyeka offers a next generation data collection process for oil and gas, power grid, environmental, agriculture, and smart city applications. 




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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