The United Nations Global Compact honored Turkcell CEO Kaan Terzioglu by naming him as a 2017 SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) Pioneer. Mr. Terzioglu worked closely with our CEO, Anousheh Ansari, and Prodea on the second phase of the award-winning “Hello Hope” project which created an educational center for Syrian refugees in Turkey. All of us at Prodea congratulate Mr. Terzioglu for this well-deserved honor. The full story can be found here. A full listing of the UN Global Compact 2017 SDG Pioneers can be found here.
Prodea is a proud sponsor of the IFA+ Summit which runs Sept. 4 & 5, concurrently with the IFA trade show in Berlin. Prodea CTO and Co-Founder, Amir Ansari, will speak on the IHS Markit panel entitled: “Living a Smart and Seamless Life: Beyond Connectivity” at 12:30 P.M. in Hall 26B in the workshop area. For more about the IFA+ Summit, visit their website. To schedule a meeting with Amir or Prodea representatives while at IFA, contact: Ralf Sander, Dir. of Business Development – Europe at email@example.com or +49 160 364 2311
Entrepreneur.com’s writer Angela Ruth included Arrayent in her August 18th article entitled “25 Innovative IoT Companies and Products You Need to Know.” Arrayent was listed as number 15 of 25 and Ms. Ruth said about Arrayent: “The IoT cloud-based platform is now being used by many brands to get connected and get closer to their customers. This includes connecting products as well as business processes and departments. The platform also provides a way to share all the data is collected in a way that an entire company can easily access and analyze together for greater collaboration and insights.” See full article […]
IOT NEWS: See our guest blog post on TI’s E2E community that talks about how easy it is to use their their CC3220 SimpleLink wireless MCU and Launchpad development kit along with the Arrayent DevKit to prototype new connected products – http://ow.ly/5bVw30bgJV7
The eighth in a series taking a closer look at Arrayent’s Top 10 Predictions for 2017. No. 7: IoT in 2017…will force connected products manufacturers to justify the cost of connectivity to their purchasers and themselves through new IoT business models. With the arrival of multiple low cost MCUs with onboard Wi-Fi, we are seeing more and more products with built-in connectivity. But the true cost of connecting and operating ‘always on’ connected products—while invisible—is not free. To drive this point home, think about who is called in the middle of the night when a number of products go offline? Or whose job […]
The seventh in a series taking a closer look at Arrayent’s Top 10 Predictions for 2017. No. 7: IoT in 2017…will show a huge increase in connected products being purchased through trusted service providers, as these vertical players vie to take the lead in smart home ecosystems. The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) nature of smart home product installations, compounded by the incompatible nature of many connected products and their ecosystems, has been the key factor in preventing mass adoption of smart home products to date. So who will ‘regular’ (i.e. non-techie) people trust to help get connected home products installed and ensure they all work […]
Ken Briodagh at IoT Evolution has included a prominent mention of Arrayent’s EcoAdaptor strategy in his eBook entitled: “IoT Time: Evolving Trends in the Internet of Things.” You can see his teaser for the eBook here — look for the fourth trend from the top for Arrayent. You can also download a copy for free after filling out the included form at the previous link.
Today Arrayent announced its founder, Shane Dyer, will present as part of a Park’s Associates panel at their CONNECTIONS™ Europe event, Nov. 3, 2016. Shane will be available to meet with press, analysts and interested companies. More info: here.