Kerlink, a specialist and maker of products dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), and eleven-x, operator of Canada’s first and only public coast-to-coast low-power IoT network, announced eleven-x launched pilot programmes in smart parking, asset tracking, water metering, fuel tank monitoring, smart waste management and other applications across Canada on its recently deployed LoRaWAN IoT network.
The two companies completed rollout of the network early this year. Deployed in 22 markets and powered by Kerlink Wirnet Stations for managing millions of bi-directional messages every day from sensors and other data-collecting devices, it enables testing, development and proof-of-concept deployment of IoT products. The coast-to-coast network serves most major Canadian markets, allowing companies to implement mass deployments of their IoT products.
Teams from Kerlink and eleven-x will be in Vancouver, British Columbia, 4-7 June for the LoRa Alliance 10th All Members Meeting & Open House. Eleven-x, an Open House Networking Reception Sponsor, will open its LoRaWAN network during the show to support applications, use cases and developers’ demos. The Open House Networking Reception will be at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, 7 June.
In addition to its Wanesy Management Center and Wanesy Geolocation offer, Kerlink, a Platinum Sponsor, will also demonstrate its Wanesy Device Management platform.