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Unleash the value of your Internet of Things (IoT) Data by making them AI-ready

To transform your organization’s physical field operations, you should have a strategy to (1) establish a Common Operating Picture by aggregating your siloed IoT systems, (2) contextualize your IoT data so they are AI/ML ready. The Internet of Things (IoT) … Read More

More developer friendly and agile geospatial standards — exciting developments from the 113th OGC Technical Committee meeting in Toulouse, France

Every three months, geospatial experts all over the world from academia, government and industry gather together at the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Technical Committee (TC) meetings to develop international geospatial standards. OGC TC meetings are where innovation of location interoperability … Read More

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SensorUp in 2018 — Some Fun Numbers

2018 was definitely the most exciting year in our history. We joined the Creative Destruction Lab — Rockies, raised a significant Series Seed financing, won several awards (NATO, TECTERRA), published a new international standard, and recruited four new management team members, including a … Read More

Alberta Residents Monitor BC Wildfire Effects with Sensors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   By Coral Bliss Taylor July 12, 2017   Calgary, A.B. – Wildfires in British Columbia are affecting air quality indicators in Alberta quite dramatically, as some St. Albert residents recently learned.  Last Saturday, 25 St. Albertans … Read More

New Community Partners: Canada’s First Sensor Tour

We’re pleased to pass on the news that St. Albert, Alberta, has become SensorUp’s first community partner in the Smart Citizens for Smart Cities Canadian Tour. St. Albert will have between 10 to 25 volunteers deploying as many air quality monitoring … Read More

Alberta’s Environmental Data is getting Easier to Access

  By Coral Bliss Taylor June 1, 2017   Calgary, A.B. – Alberta Data Partnerships and SensorUp have teamed up to make Alberta’s environmental data easier to access. The two are creating an Environmental Data Exchange Node (EDEN) that will … Read More

Update: Smart Citizens for Smart Cities Canadian Tour

Following our announcement last month the our Smart Cities program is expanding Canada-wide, we’ve had fantastic interest from both municipalities and individuals across the country. We’re finalizing details with many municipalities, and looking forward to announcing our partners as soon … Read More

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 … Read More

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 … Read More

Call for Smart Citizens in Edmonton!

Call for smart citizens in #YEG! SensorUp is soon expanding our highly acclaimed Smart Citizens for Smart Cities air sensing campaign to Edmonton. In October 2016, more 50 Calgarians adopted smart air quality sensors and collectively formed one of the best air … Read More