SensorUp’s interoperability work featured in DHS S&T Blog

We’re happy to see that Dr. Reginald Brothers, Under Secretary for Science and Technology at the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has taken an interest in SensorUp’s work on interoperability! Dr. Brothers recently wrote a blog post underscoring the importance of IoT interoperability — especially when it comes to the safety of first responders in the field.…

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Open IoT Benefits Everyone

Our founder, Dr. Steve Liang, recently co-wrote an article for Directions Magazine with Simon Chester. The article explains in detail why open IoT is so important, and why silos in IoT are counterproductive at best, and even destructive. The authors describe the benefits of interoperable systems in IoT, explaining: “… the true value of the IoT…

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SensorUp Launches the World’s First Internet of Things Platform Built on OGC SensorThings API

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SensorUp Launches the World’s First Internet of Things Platform Built on OGC SensorThings API By Coral Bliss Taylor May 15, 2016 Orlando, F.L. – SensorUp today announced the global launch of the world’s first Internet of Things (IoT) platform built on Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)  SensorThings API. This historic move provides IoT…

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We want to see you at GeoInt2016!

  SensorUp is excited to be at GeoInt 2016 next week (May 15-18)!! We’ll be with the LocationTech booth, sharing with Azavea and CCRi as well. We’ll be showcasing our SensorThings platform and our work in situation management. SensorThings is the OGC standard purpose-built for IoT. It’s a standard governed by an independent and established standards organization, so it…

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FOSS4G North American 2016

I am sitting at the airport and reflecting the FOSS4G North America 2016 conference I just attended in the past week.  It was one of the best organized conferences I’ve attended. For those who know me, you know I go to many and maybe too many conferences every year.  FOSS4G North America 2016 is definitely…

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Looking for the best study spot on campus?

Looking for the best spot to study on campus?  Look no further.  We have an open IoT solution for you.  In the past year, Dr. Liang supervised a fourth year engineering student c apstone project.  The project is titled Smart Cities for Smart Citizens.  This project deployed Raspberry Pi-based IoT devices across campus, collecting temperature,…

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SensorUp’s Work Toward Open IoT Featured

We’re happy to see that SensorUp’s work toward open IoT has been featured in the news again! The story talks about the company’s vision:  An open and interoperable world of connected objects, where the value that can be gained from the connection is more important than which company manufactured the device. Check out the story for examples…

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