South Australian company recognised at major international IoT Summit
South Australian IoT company, Myriota, has been awarded Best Industrial IoT Start Up Company at the world’s largest IoT summit, held in Silicon Valley.
Myriota was one of over 100 start up companies from around the globe, who pitched to a panel of Silicon Valley and International IoT experts at Internet of Things World 2017.
Myriota has developed a low power, low cost, satellite IoT communications platform, making transmission of small data from remote locations economically viable for a whole new class of sensors and machines.
Myriota uses tiny low powered transmitters that communicate directly with a constellation of low earth orbit satellites. Messages are then decoded by Myriota’s patented receiver software, providing scalable ultra low cost connectivity for a range of industries including agriculture, mining, maritime, utilities monitoring, transport, logistics and asset tracking.
Myriota provides cost effective connectivity from any location on earth.
The Internet of Things World 2017 conference was held in Santa Clara, California from May 16th to 18th. With over 11,000 attendees, more than 250 exhibitors, and in excess of 100 start ups, the summit is one of the largest events of its type in the world.
Dr Alex Grant, Myriota Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are honoured to be formally recognised by industry leaders the largest IoT summit in the world. There is huge verified global demand for cost effective remote connectivity and we are pleased the judges saw the value of Myriota’s technology. “
IoT developments and innovations are shaping the way the world does business, with estimates putting the number of IoT connected devices at 30 Billion by 2020.
For further information: Tom Rayner, Myriota Business Development Manager
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