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IoT: The Answer to 

Intercontinental Shipment Tracking

The IoT is fast improving the cost, risk, and efficiency of global supply chains. One great example is Michelin Tyres. Michelin partnered with Sigfox, leading IoT service provider, and Argon & Co, a global management consultancy, to cut supply chain risk, and increase efficiency by improving location and condition information with the IoT. 

IoT asset tracking solutions help businesses like Michelin, DHL and Loscam run reliable, cost-effective supply chains to deliver a quality customer experience, with every shipment.


Lykus’ Wyave Solar-Powered Security Cameras Scale Globally with IoT Cellular Connectivity from Thinxtra, Powered by Soracom


Lykus chose Thinxtra’s cellular IoT solution, powered by Soracom, a leading global provider of cellular IoT connectivity, to deliver plug-and-play video security cameras to international customers. More info

Why the IoT is the Nervous System of Global Supply Chains


The COVID-19 pandemic was a stark reminder to companies globally that supply chain resilience is critical for business continuity. Remote monitoring of assets with the IoT, connected to the low-cost, wide-area 0G Network, helps reduce supply chain risk, improve efficiency and create a competitive advantage.

water-link Eliminates Manual Meter Reading and Reduces Leakage with Hydroko’s 0G-Enabled Smart Meters and Valves


Belgian utility water-link partnered with Hydroko, provider of customised water solutions, to develop and deploy 190,000 smart meters and valves, connected by ENGIE M2M, the Belgian Sigfox 0G Network provider, to 640,000 homes in Antwerp. More info

Sustainable Smart Building Innovation in Legacy Buildings


Thinxtra and its partners provide a range of wireless IoT sensors, connected to the 0G Network, to cost-effectively and efficiently help some of Hong Kong’s most famous buildings remotely monitor water leaks, temperature, humidity, security door status, rodent activity, and a host of other daily challenges for facilities managers. More info

Sabesp Delivers 92,000 Smart Water Meters, Powered by the Sigfox 0G Network, Operated by WND in Brazil


Sabesp, one of the world’s largest water and sewage service providers, implemented 100,000 smart water meters connected to the WND 0G Network, powered by Sigfox, to introduce remote water meter reading in parts of São Paulo. Smart meters improve reliability of water services, consumption patterns, savings to consumers and operational efficiency for Sabesp. 

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