Heliot Europe becomes a member of the pan-European Catena-X Automotive Network. As an expert in communication solutions via the Internet-of-Things, Heliot Europe advises on supply chain management applications. With its role as a network operator, it offers Catena-X members added value in the area of seamless monitoring within the supply chain and thus aims to strengthen the competitiveness of the European automotive industry.
Efficient logistics processes: Sigfox Switzerland by Heliot Europe supports Planzer in the parcel business
Heliot Europe, the leading Central European network provider of communication solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) based on Sigfox 0G wireless technology, supports Planzer in optimising the processes within the supply chain of their parcel network through the targeted use of networked sensors.
Bled Strategic Forum has developed into the leading international conference in Central and South-Eastern Europe, offering a platform for expressing opinions on modern society and its future. Not only domestically, but also abroad the forum gained the reputation of a meeting place where participants can exchange their views openly, seeking solutions to economic and social challenges.
This is one of the reasons why Heliot Europe, the largest provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions on the Sigfox 0G network in Europe, is attending the forum. The group operates in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Liechtenstein, and since 2019 also in Slovenia. In just ten months the Slovenian team has already achieved a network coverage of 50 percent of the range planned for 2021/22.
Europe’s largest Sigfox 0G network operator reaches important milestones in network rollout in Switzerland, Slovenia and Austria – planning, coordination and operation of the network are carried out centrally via shared service centers (Heliot SSC)
Heliot’s “We got you covered” strategy allows rapid, needs-based additional expansion of the network for customer applications – roaming in 72 countries, 18 million smart objects and the selection of almost 1000 different end devices underpin Sigfox’s pole position as an IoT provider
“As important as the air we breathe” – air quality has always played one of the most central roles in our lives – and in times of a global pandemic, indoor air quality control takes on added importance. Pollutants in the air – including CO2 (carbon dioxide) – also generally pose one of the greatest risks to health. This makes it all the more important to keep a constant eye on the quality of indoor air. With the “Better Air” campaign, Sigfox Germany now offers a powerful, easy-to-manage and turnkey solution for gaining control over air quality. For all interested commercial customers and public institutions, a complete test package is therefore available for a limited period at a special price – to try out how easy and uncomplicated it is to keep an eye on the air quality.
Long since standard in modern logistics, the Internet of Things (IoT) is now also moving into alpine pastures. Locating and controlling animals, planning and maintaining pastures – the management of an alpine pasture takes a lot of time. So much time, in fact, that in 2019 the Raumberg-Gumpenstein Federal Agricultural Research Station (HBLFA) launched the two-year practical project “Pasture GPS” for more efficiency in pasture management. For the series of tests, which has now ended, 85 Austrian alpine pastures were equipped with GPS trackers from the vehicle industry, which run via the classic GSM mobile phone network. On the alpine pastures that had no network coverage for this, the grazing animals radioed with the trackers from Digitanimal via the Sigfox 0G radio network from Heliot Europe, which is operated under the name Sigfox Austria. After two years, project manager Reinhard Huber draws a positive balance about the series of trials: “At first we were worried whether our farmers would even want to be part of the project, but in the end we had such a great demand – it was a complete success!”
Safecube launches Locatrack, a new IoT-enabled asset tracking solution powerded by Sigfox 0G network
In mid-2021, Safecube, a French company created in 2019 from a joint venture between Michelin, Sigfox France and Argon & Co, will launch its new asset tracking solution with IoT technology. Safecube continues to evolve in the supply chain ecosystem by providing visibility of transport flows and now assets by leveraging digital innovations such as the IoT. Its first solution provided real-time visibility of multimodal flows with an IoT approach. Michelin was the first provider of Safecube’s IoT service. Today, the company is diversifying by developing an asset tracking solution, LocaTrack. This solution tracks and monitors assets, while the first Safecube solution provides visibility into supply chain flows.
Sigfox Germany will be able to expand its 0G network and deliver its IoT services to more places and more customers Over 350 new Sigfox sites on Vantage Towers’ infrastructure in Germany in fiscal year 2022, ending 31 March 2022, and over 500 by the end of 2023 Agreement supports Vantage Towers’ goal to drive […]
Sigfox Germany celebrates its fifth anniversay Drivers of digitalisation for the European economy: major customers such as Deutsche Post DHL, Siemens and Weber Betonwerke rely on 0G 0G technology is suitable for large-scale deployment of Internet-of-Things applications and networks millions of objects worldwide Across Germany, the network now covers all the important arteries of the […]