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Sigfox connects Russia with IoT Edge Services

Sigfox connects Russia with IoT Edge Services

The 0G IoT connectivity network services of Sigfox will now be introduced to the Russian Federation. A digital venture capital company named Energo Capital that operates across Russia and the Baltics has come forward in partnership with Sigfox to deliver the services.

A nationwide 0G network will be established using ultra-long coverage base stations. The network would cover over 85 percent of the country’s population, transport hubs and corridors, and large industrial sites. Low-power, simple and inexpensive radio modules would be used to interconnect the millions of sensors, metering and other devices. The company is focusing on logistics and transport, among other industries. For this purpose, the company has targeted the utilities, infrastructure and commercial real estate sectors with its technology. Invitations to partners who provide connectivity services in these sectors had also been sent out. Among the many benefits, Sigfox’s open communication standard will strengthen the export potential of Russian companies developing and manufacturing IoT technologies and products while also bringing international IoT solutions and providing localization to the country.

Over 26 million messages are transmitted daily by Sigfox from about 15.4 million IoT devices present in more than 70 countries. Some of the existing international end customers of Sigfox are Airbus, Michelin, Bosch, Total and DHL among others.

 

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