At Mobile World Congress, Irish tech firm Asavie will unveil an out-of-the-box solution to enable enterprises to jump start their industrial internet of things projects.
Asavie has developed an Industrial IoT Accelerator Kit in collaboration with Dell and EpiSensor.
The kit comprises the Asavie PassBridge IoT Connectivity management platform, the Dell Edge Gateway and industrial sensors from Limerick tech firm EpiSensor.
‘Finally, companies can quickly scale their IoT projects from the lab to global deployments, using the same architecture’
– RALPH SHAW
The kit enables companies to innovate, iterate and deploy internet of things (IoT) projects without changing their network infrastructure from the prototyping to final production phases.
It is suitable for a wide variety of applications and industries, including energy management, predictive maintenance, asset monitoring, precision agriculture and utilities.
Driving industrial revolution 4.0
“This solution enables global businesses to expedite industrial IoT implementations, build new business models, drive increased cost savings and help generate additional revenue,” said Jason Shepherd, director of IoT strategy and partnerships with Dell.
The Asavie PassBridge platform delivers on-demand connectivity services to manage and secure connectivity across diverse networks, at scale.
It is a key element in the industrial internet of things (IIoT).
In partnership with more than 20 leading mobile operators – including AT&T, Telefónica, Three and Vodafone – and leading providers such as Dell and AWS, Asavie enables more than 10,000 end-user enterprises, large and small, to scale their smart, connected projects.
“Asavie’s Industrial IoT Accelerator Kit offers enterprises a one-stop-shop to securely expedite their IoT implementations,” said Asavie CEO Ralph Shaw.
“The combined strengths of Asavie, Dell and EpiSensor are now available in one offering to enable the acceleration of industrial IoT innovation, reducing time to revenue and removing sales cycle delays. Finally, companies can quickly scale their IoT projects from the lab to global deployments, using the same architecture.”
In December 2015, the company announced it was to hire 106 developers in Dublin to expand PassBridge. It described the platform as one that enables mobile operators and original equipment manufacturers to rapidly launch, scale and secure end-user focused enterprise mobility and IoT services.