Daliworks Exhibits at IOT Week Korea 2018
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. These verticals were:
- Smart Factory – where environmental sensor data, as well as direct PLC connectivity for control and automation of factory systems was shown
- EMS (Energy Management System) – here, an example showcasing the monitoring of voltage, current and power consumption was shown, along with an example application of voltage monitoring via Machine Learning-derived algorithms
- Smart Agriculture – long-distance, low-power LoRaWAN devices (perfect for many agriculture applications), were presented and shown monitoring various growth-related data on Thing+. This demonstration also showed the potential for automated control of irrigation and ventilation systems at farms via LoRaWAN class C and B devices, as well as more traditional Zigbee, BLE and wi-fi based devices
- Smart Building – finally, a solution for building monitoring and control using Thing+ was shown, accomplished through a variety of environment-sensing equipment, showing the temperature, humidity and air-quality data across a building being used for typical operations such as problem alarms and maintenance recommendations
At the beginning of the exhibition, Daliworks was also visited by VIPs including Mr.Min Wongi, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology. A short presentation showcasing some of the vertical solutions being built on Thing+, along with a showcase of our ecosystem partners, was given.
VIPs visiting the Daliworks booth
In addition, during the event, we hosted a number of interviews with leading industry magazines covering the current state of IOT in Korea and abroad, and how Daliworks intends to carve out our own niche in the ecosystem.
Director of Intl. Bizdev Leland Creswell giving a interview to Korea Industry Daily
More details about the event can be found on the official website, linked below.
References & Links:
Exhibition Link – http://www.iotweek.kr/2018/eng/main.asp
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