APAC CIO Outlook, March 2017
the past few years. In order to drive value from IoT, several organizations have begun to transform their way of doing business. This transformation traditionally has been a rocky road full of operating losses and wasted effort. This is the pain that Daliworks is making its mark solving. South Korea based Daliworks is the creator of “Thing+”, a SaaS IoT Cloud platform focused on helping partners create IOT “Solution Packages” with a focus on ROI for end-users and businesses.▶️ PDF Download
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Daliworks, Seoul, September. 17, 2018 – Last week, Daliworks presented Thing+ to exhibition attendees at IOT Week Korea 2018. Demonstrations of the platform in use were available, as well as specific examples of partner ecosystem hardware being deployed towards solutions in four distinct verticals.
Daliworks, Seoul, August. 20, 2018 – Today, Daliworks announces it’s participation in the “DECENTER” Horizon 2020 project, in collaboration with a consortium spanning both Korean and European companies. DECENTER is a research and innovation project aiming to deliver a robust Fog Computing Platform, covering the whole Cloud-to-Things continuum, that will provide application-aware orchestration and provisioning of resources, driven by Artificial Intelligence.
Daliworks, Seoul, June. 28, 2018 – Daliworks partner “GlobeTech” recently announced their intention to use the Thing+ platform for upcoming IOT solutions integrated with the cutting-edge map service “NOSTRA”. The initial plan is to leverage location-centric Big Data collected from large numbers of IOT devices towards the creation of business-specific IOT solutions.
Daliworks, Seoul, June. 23, 2018 – At the recent Libelium IOT Conference, Daliworks, along with partners LorIOT and ASM, were awarded the “Best Interoperability Project” award from efforts installing and implementing a Smart Fish Farm in Iran.
Daliworks, Seoul, Aug. 11, 2017 – Daliworks has announced an integration between their IOT Cloud Platform, Thing+, and the ARM mbed™ IoT Device Platform to help secure devices running on the LoRaWAN stack. In this integration, the Thing+ platform enables monitoring and control related UI and UX for clients while LoRaWAN technology is used to enable communications at long range to mbed enabled edge devices.