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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 (145, 3553 31 Street NW). Thirty citizen scientists — … Read More

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 … Read More

Dr. Liang to advocate open standards for smart cities at Intelligent Cities Summit in Toronto

Dr. Liang, SensorUp founder and CEO, will chair and present at the Intelligent Cities Summit from Nov 8~9 ’16 in Toronto. And Dr. Liang will be presenting Smart Cities from an open standard perspective. Dr. Liang and SensorUp believe that … Read More

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 … Read More

Call for Volunteers: “Adopt” an air quality sensor, feed into a city-wide IoT project

SensorUp is currently looking for 50 volunteers throughout the Calgary region to “adopt” an air quality sensor, plug it in outside their home or office, and connect it to our IoT platform. We’re running a city-wide IoT “starter kit” that … Read More

Air Quality Coverage that has Never Been Possible Before

Hot on the heels of our first Summer webinar (first of a four part series), we have some exciting news! The first webinar demonstrated how to connect the smart city sensor to SensorThings API. We’re currently doing this IRL at … Read More

How to Get More from IoT: Devices Need to Work Together via Open Standards

Yet another article today on how standards are necessary for IoT to progress: This time, the article focuses on consumer IoT. Specifically, on how it is difficult to set up the many, siloed devices. The article argues that — because … Read More

Smart Cities would Benefit Hugely from Open Standards

A recent white paper by Machina Research and InterDigital has found that open standards in smart city IoT deployments would accelerate growth by 27%, and reduce deployment costs by 30%. Given the scale of both budgets and timelines for smart … Read More