Dr. Liang to present OGC SensorThings API at Big Data, IoT & Machine Learning Canada Summit

SensorUp founder and CEO, Dr. Steve Liang, is invited to present at the Big Data, IoT & Machine Learning Canada Summit on Feb 13 and 14 2017. Dr. Liang has been a thought-leader and evangelist of open standards for the Internet of Things and Smart Cities. In the talk, Dr. Liang will advocate that we…

SensorUp works within UN’s ITU-T to ensure IoT systems can work seamless together

SensorUp’s vision is to build an open Internet of Things ecosystem, full of choices and freedom. We’ve worked continuously at this and have met a lot of great milestones along the way: Since 2013, SensorUp has led the development of the world’s first IoT sensor data API standard, the OGC SensorThings API. In 2016, SensorUp led…

OGC SensorThings API and SensorUp in Taiwan and Singapore

Dr. Steve Liang was invited by Taiwan’s Ministry of Interior to give a workshop on OGC SensorThings API, as part of the GSDI15 international conference. It was great to see Taiwanese government supporting OGC SensorThings API as a key enabler for integrating many heterogeneous sensor data into a coherent platform, particularly, for disaster management. Taiwan is…

SensorUp presented at the American/Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan

Dr. Steve Liang was invited to present at the American Chamber of Commerce and Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan. The presentation title is “Opportunities and Challenges of Building Open Smart Cities and Internet of Things (IoT)”. The event was held on December 9th 2016 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Taipei. The presentation slides…

Make-your-own Sensor Workshop this Saturday, Oct 8th!!

Our team at SensorUp can’t wait for the Make-your-own Sensor Workshop this coming Saturday, October 8th! The workshop is being held from 10a to 12pm in Calgary’s Alastair Ross Technology Centre (3553 31 Street NW). Thirty citizen scientists — who are also techies — have signed up for a hand-on device-building workshop. They’ll each build…

Sensors popping up all over Calgary!

A growing group of Calgarians are taking the initiative to build a smart city: They’re adopting air quality sensors that feed into the SensorUp Smart Cities Platform. From there, the data combine to form a city-wide map of air quality.  Feeding the data into SensorUp’s Smart Cities Platform makes the information accessible. The platform can be queried via the API to…