Concept:Libelium Cloud, a Spanish IoT provider has launched a cloud platform called Libelium Cloud. It can manage multi-vendor IoT ecosystems to enable users to deploy and maintain an end-to–end digitalization solution. It allows users to manage devices and connectivity across multiple IoT projects from a single cloud-based platform. The company will offer IoT solutions for all three pillars of IoT projects, including hardware, software, as well as connectivity via Libelium Cloud.
Nature of DisruptionLibelium Cloud supports LTE. This includes LTE based NB-IoT (NarrowBand Internet of Things) as well as LTE based LTE -M (LTE Machine Type Communication), non-cellular low power wide-area (LPWA), IoT standard LoRaWAN, Sigfox and Wi-Fi. It also includes a smart parking suite at launch. It connects to AWS/Azure and uses MQTT, Message Queuing Telemetry Transport, and HTTPS (Hypertext Transcript Protocol Secure) to share data. The platform is available as a subscription service with technical support for setup and use. The device can be used by multiple users to view and analyze historical and current data from connected devices as well to configure and manage them. Libelium Cloud Bridge allows users to send data from any IoT device directly to major cloud platforms such as Amazon Web Services, Cumulocity IBM Bluemix, Microsoft Azure and MQTT. Users don’t have to use each cloud protocol or authentication method.
Outlook:Every day, the world becomes more connected. Yet, solution users are not able to keep up the rapid increase in data. Businesses must empower their employees to view, program, and manage their assets from one location. This will allow the world to move to the next stage in IoT, bringing together solutions to create a connected ecosystem. Libelium Cloud integrates solutions into one IoT package. It is easy to deploy and administer. It can also be used for a variety of purposes. Users can view all projects from one remote cloud platform. This gives them a comprehensive overview of IoT initiatives, from start to finish. By having everything united in a single platform to visualize and analyze the data, businesses can reduce their project’s maintenance costs and the time-to-market to start their project.
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