IoT Analytics – Which days are weekend according to #YYC bike path monitoring data?

By Steve Liang – SensorUp enables 10 times faster smart city development, integrates heterogeneous IoT sensing systems instantly and makes them analytics ready. In order to demonstrate our claims, we very often developed proof-of-concept demo systems to showcase our capabilities. Recently we loaded some near-real-time bike path monitoring data in Calgary (data source here). And…

SensorUp empower UAV researchers with SensorThings Cloud and Real-time UAV Dashboard

At SensorUp we always challenge ourselves to build innovative IoT solutions to empower the masses. One of such projects is called CloudUAV. This platform will enable mission planning and compliance, and data sharing for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in research applications. It is co-developed by Dr. McDermid’s research group at the University of Calgary and SensorUp,…

SensorUp advancing interoperable IoT tasking at OGC Technical Committee June ’17 meeting

We saw great adoptions of the OGC SensorThings API around the world in the past 12 months. SensorThings API has been applied in a very wide range of applications, such as smart cities, next generation first responder, environmental monitoring, drones, smart energy, etc. While SensorUp is developing innovative solutions based on the SensorThings API, we…

SensorUp demonstrated rapid sensing systems integration at Computex 2017

Partnered with MiTAC, SensorUp demonstrated the SensorThings Cloud Platform at Computex 2017, the largest computer expo in the world. The demonstration uses the OGC SensorThings API standard to seamlessly integrate multiple heterogeneous sensing systems into a coherent and real-time IoT dashboard. In the Computex 2017 demo, these sensing systems include video cameras mounted on light…

Alberta’s Environmental Data is getting Easier to Access

  By Coral Bliss Taylor June 1, 2017   Calgary, A.B. – Alberta Data Partnerships and SensorUp have teamed up to make Alberta’s environmental data easier to access. The two are creating an Environmental Data Exchange Node (EDEN) that will combine disparate environmental monitoring data throughout the province, in a single portal. The idea is…