Garbage Cans That Work Together: Thoughts from Smart Cities Week Silicon Valley 2017

  Steve recently presented at Smart Cities Week 2017 in Silicon Valley. While there, he had the change to muse over many things, the internet of them, and why we need interoperability for our garbage cans:  It was an honour to be invited by the OGC to present at Smart Cities Week – Silicon Valley 2017.…

SensorThings API Tutorial in Chinese – SensorThings API 中文版教學

SensorUp proudly releases the Chinese version of the SensorThings API tutorial (简体中文 , 繁體中文).  SensorUp firmly believes in an open and vibrant IoT cloud ecosystem, built based on open standards.  SensorUp’s mission is to empower developers around the world to develop IoT applications effortlessly. The availability of SensorThings API tutorials in different languages demonstrates SensorUp’s commitment to…

SensorUp to showcase standard-compliant Smart Cities platform at Computex 2017

SensorUp is showcasing our ISO/OGC-compliant Smart City Platform at Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan from May 30 to June 3rd 2017. We are preparing some exciting demonstrations for the exhibition with MiTAC, a major System Integrator (SI) in Taiwan. Our booth will be D0323a. If you are also visiting Computex, please let us know (info@sensorup.com).  Would…

Hundreds of Canadians to Test Smart Air Quality Monitoring in Ten Cities Across Canada

By Coral Bliss Taylor April 18, 2017 Calgary, A.B. – Approximately 3 million deaths a year are linked to exposure to outdoor air pollution according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This makes improving air quality data essential to building healthier cities. As part of Canada’s move towards creating healthier cities, SensorUp, a Calgary-based startup,…

SensorThings Developer Centre powered by SensorUp

SensorUp is proud to release the SensorThings Developer Centre (http://developers.sensorup.com). SensorUp empowers organizations to develop interoperable and future-proof IoT solutions. We work with innovative web developers around the world. Excellent developer experiences is key to our successes. SensorUp’s new SensorThings Developer Centre is interactive, easy to read/navigate, and has many code examples. The SensorThings Developer Centre will makes developers’ busy…

SensorThings Share – a collaborative space for SensorThings front end developers

Every developer has been in the situation where you have code or a design that you need to test quickly and possibly share with others for feedbacks. SensorUp heard you! SensorThings Share is the perfect solution. SensorThings Share offers an online collaborative space to test with your JavaScript, HTML, and CSS code right inside your…

21 Singaporean Engineers became OGC SensorThings API Experts after a 5-days in-depth training delivered by SensorUp

From March 6~10 2017, SensorUp offered an one week comprehensive SensorThings training at the Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) in Singapore.  Lack of skills and capabilities is one of the major challenges for developing smart cities and IoT solutions.  Training plays a critical role to build such highly demanded (and lacking..) skills and capabilities.  Singapore has one of…

SensorThings Cloud Platform jointly exhibited by SensorUp and MiTAC at Smart Cities Summit & Expo 2017

  SensorUp and MiTAC jointly demonstrated SensorUp’s SensorThings Cloud Platform at the Smart Cities Summit & Expo 2017. One of SensorUp’s strategic direction in 2017 is to empower partners in different markets to build IoT and smart cities solutions with open standards. MiTAC is a leading system integrator in Taiwan. We are excited to be…

Dr. Liang joined the prestigious Expert Panel on the State of Science and Technology and Industrial Research and Development in Canada

Dr. Liang was invited by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) and joined the prestigious Expert Panel on the State of Science and Technology and Industrial Research and Development in Canada. Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has asked CCA to undertake an expert panel report assessment on the current state of science and technology…