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As the world watches Omicron case numbers soar, it becomes critical for organisations to take tangible steps that improve indoor air quality (IAQ). Growing evidence shows improving ventilation based on CO2 monitoring helps limit the spread of respiratory diseases, including COVID-19. This FM Media article discusses  how getting the right IoT data to the right person at the right time to take the right action is crucial to  improve indoor air quality and improve the safety of indoor areas. Contact us to start the conversation about how Thinxtra’s 0G Network, technology and our team can enable you to deliver cost-effective plug & play solutions in short timeframes.


CouriersPlease reduces parcel cage losses with Optus and Thinxtra-powered IoT asset tracking solution


Tracking 3,500 units of anything, anywhere  in real-time is a challenge for most businesses. CouriersPlease deployed an IoT-enabled  asset track and trace solution from Optus and Thinxtra to get real-time visibility into the location of its 3,500 parcel cages and reduce cage losses.

Loscam launched the Live portal with the IoT-enabled Track & Trace solution running on the Thinxtra 0G network.


"Loscam Live" gives customers real-time visibility into the location of Loscam's returnable packaging equipment (or customer-owned assets) via Thinxtra's IoT 0G network.


Tether launches Internet of Things solution to tackle COVID-19 risk


Tether uses Thinxtra's 0G network to run "COVID Care," a smart indoor air quality monitoring solution for businesses, schools, and aged care providers. COVID Care monitors carbon dioxide levels to reliably identify the risk of COVID-19 and other harmful contaminants in public venues.

IoT 2021 in review: The 10 Most Relevant IoT Developments of the Year


Despite the disruptive influences of COVID-19 in 2021, the 2022 outlook for the IoT sector is highly positive. Our customers and partners continue to see the IoT accelerating digital transformation projects and the deployment of large-scale Massive IoT projects, such as New York introducing 800,000 smart water meters. 2022 will be another incredible year for the IoT!

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