Sweden's Iioote cooperates with Germany's Hey IOT to offer smart infrastructure services

Tuesday 30 March 2021 | 13:52 CET | News
Swedish company Iioote has announced an agreement with German company Hey IOT to establish sustainable, smart infrastructure services with local authorities and enterprises. Iioote's platform WebIoT will form the foundation with data from sensors deployed in buildings, towns, industries, transport and tracking, and agriculture. Hey IOT will implement these systems to create value, protect infrastructure and expand clients' businesses.

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After years of being on the cusp of broad adoption, IoT still hasn’t reached a fraction of its potential. The majority of executives in the PwC IoT survey said their business has one or more IoT projects in progress, but many admit that several issues have slowed or thwarted their progress. We at Hakuna Matata Solutions an experienced IoT application development company have been helping enterprises in their digital initiative for the past 15+ years.
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