SAN JOSE, Calif. & ZARAGOZA, Spain--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, at Sensors Expo, Libelium has announced new integration agreements with software partners and new kits for The IoT Marketplace. The company keeps on expanding interoperability of Meshlium IoT gateway and facilitating the access to end solutions in the IoT.
“Our Waspmote IoT ecosystem is designed for interoperability, giving developers access to the widest range of sensors, communication protocols and cloud systems to build IoT applications quickly and safely”, said Alicia Asín, CEO at Libelium.
More Cloud integration options
Libelium's new Cloud partners include seven worldwide software providers: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amplía, Eagle.io, Extunda, IoT-Ticket.com, Simfony and Smart City Platform. They join the existing 15 cloud partners ecosystem like Azure by Microsoft, Esri, IBM Bluemix, Indra, Telefonica or Thingworx. The cloud integrations in the Meshlium IoT gateway allow easy configuration of solutions without further integration and reducing time-to-market for IoT and Smart Cities solutions.
These software providers allow developing applications for IoT projects and create analytic or data reports. Existing Meshlium customers can access this new group of Cloud platforms by upgrading their Meshlium software.
New kits for The IoT Marketplace with Cloud partners
Following up with the integration of new Cloud platforms to deliver fully integrated IoT solutions, The IoT Marketplace -launched by Libelium on March 2016- will add new kits featuring solutions in Smart Cities, water management, smart buildings and environmental control. These kits work out of the box and offer complete solutions from sensors to Cloud to speed up IoT adoption.
AWS, C2M, Devicelynk, Devicify, IoT Ticket, Loriot, Nexmachina, Reekoh, Sentilo and SensorInsight are the new ten partners joining The IoT Marketplace.
Libelium will exhibit these new solutions in Sensors Expo & Conference between June 22 and 23. Ana Sancho, KAM for Agriculture will give a speech about “Precision Farming” on June 22.