LORIOT announces to have closed a partnership with Enless Wireless, enabling both parties to support and strengthen the LoRa® and LoRaWAN® ecosystem of smart buildings.
Bordeaux, France; Langnau am Albis, Switzerland - 01.12.2022 - The France-based sensor device manufacturer Enless Wireless and the global IoT network service provider LORIOT announce a new partnership to drive LoRaWAN® in smart buildings with a shared goal to boost energy efficiency and comfort, achieving between 15% and 30% energy savings.
As a company that focuses on making IoT accessible to everyone, and contributing to the IoT disruption of every sector, LORIOT’s aim is to achieve this ambitious goal by partnering with other players in the field and leveraging its unique positioning as both a software provider and network operator.
The French-based company develops a range of different sensors that operate with leading radio protocols and enable best practices that include temperature, CO2, humidity and VOC monitoring as well as smart metering applications.
The two companies will work collaboratively to present end-to-end solutions that support different verticals in the IoT market, such as: cold chain monitoring, smart metering, and smart buildings.
Caroline Javelle, Marketing & Communication Manager at Enless Wireless:“Enless Wireless is glad to partner with LORIOT, a major key player in the LoRaWAN ecosystem. We are confident that our solutions put together will add value to the building energy efficiency market!”
Julian Studer, CEO and Founder of LORIOT:“Since its inception, our company has put all of its efforts into developing LoRaWAN technology in order to provide all our clients with the best possible solution. We can clearly see how the partnership with Enless Wireless has the potential to simplify and streamline the deployment process for our customers. We are thrilled to be able to offer this solution to smart buildings.”
Together, Enless Wireless and LORIOT provide a solid endeavor in the Smart Energy Market. With an estimated market growth of 10.2% at CAGR until 2030, it is crucial to pursue energy efficiency. Both companies’ authority with LoRaWAN technology will result in a significant boost of smart energy usage through IoT.
LoRaWAN® is a mark used under license from the LoRa Alliance®.