SensorUp to participate the Internet Architecture Board Workshop on IoT Semantic Interoperability

Dr. Liang was invited to participate the IoT Semantic Interoperability Workshop 2016 organized by the Internet Architecture Board. Dr. Liang will present the Open Geospatial Consortium IoT and Sensor Web standards, such as the OGC SensorThings API, OGC Sensor Web Enablement and other relevant location standards for IoT, including IndoorGML, Moving Features, etc.

A Decentralized SensorThings API Architecture for Raspberry Pi

When we designed OGC SensorThings API, efficiency and scalability are two critical requirements.  SensorThings API needs to be efficient so that it can accommodate battery power-constrained, computing power-constrained, and low cost devices. SensorThings API also needs to be scalable because it needs to scale to accommodate a very large number of IoT devices. Achieving these two requirements provides the flexibility…

Dr. Liang to present at the Alberta Innovation: Partnering for Global Solutions

Invited by Alberta Innovate Technology Future (AITF), Dr. Liang will present at the Alberta Innovation: Partnering for Global Solutions event in Vancouver on March 2nd.  This event is co-located with the Globe Conference 2016. It will showcase Alberta’s leading organizations that are driving technical innovation in the province and around the world. Major themes to be explored include energy…

SensorUp Featured in fedscoop News

SensorUp’s work with the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology was recently featured in fedscoop news. Fedscoop, a news source focusing on US federal government happenings, reported on our recent interoperability demo, which showcased connecting numerous devices in a single platform, from the commercially-available Hexoskin, to tailored sensors made just for the demo. Hexoskin and SensorUp partnered to…

We are working on something new….

We are always working on something new, innovative, and exciting at SensorUp.  Yesterday we are awarded a new contract allowing us to develop an new and exciting cloud platform based on our OGC SensorThings API technology.  We cannot share too much at this stage, but we can tell you the new platform is about something that…