National Post features our Smart Cities Starter Kit

  In a story about the big benefits of Smart Cities, Canada’s National Post featured SensorUp’s Smart Cities Starter Kit! In the article, SensorUp CEO Dr. Steve Liang explains how smart cities are arising from the emerging combination of low-cost sensors, ubiquitous networks, and unlimited computing power. We now collectively have the ability to measure…

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Announcing our Partnership with Libelium!!

SensorUp is pleased to announce a new partnership with Libelium. Libelium is an IoT hardware provider offering components that mix-and-match to create IoT devices. Libelium also offers network connectivity components, so the devices can be connected to the network. Now that Libelium has partnered with SensorUp, Libelium devices can use SensorUp’s IoT Platform. The Platform…

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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…

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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…

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Announcing the Make-you-own Sensor Workshop!

We’re excited to announce that we’re holding a Make-you-own Sensor Workshop in October! It’s been incredible seeing how many people want to contribute to smart cities in Calgary by connecting an air quality sensor at their home!! We put out a call to see how many might be interested in supplying data to a city-wide map…

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Develop IoT Visualizations Faster and Easier with the Release of SensorThings Highchart and DataTable

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   By Coral Bliss Taylor August 30, 2016   Calgary, A.B. – Geospatial Internet of Things (IoT) leader SensorUp announced the release of the SensorThings Highchart and DataTable (SensorThings HcDT). SensorThings HcDT is a javascript-based visualization Software Development Kit (SDK) built specifically for developing visualizations on top of the OGC SensorThings…

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