Concept: Spanish IoT provider Libelium has launched a cloud platform, Libelium Cloud, that can manage multi-vendor IoT environments to enable users to deploy and manage an end-to-end digitization solution. It can enable users to manage devices, connectivity and data across multiple IoT projects on a single cloud-based platform. The company aims to offer complete IoT solutions that encompass three pillars of IoT projects: hardware, software and connectivity via the Libelium cloud.
Type of disorder: Libelium Cloud supports LTE (Long-Term Evolution), including LTE-based NB-IoT (NarrowBand-Internet of Things) and LTE-M (LTE-Machine Type Communication), non-cellular low-power wide area (LPWA) IoT Standards LoRaWAN and Sigfox and Wi-Fi. At launch, it will also come with a Smart Parking plication suite. It connects to AWS or Azure and uses MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) and HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure) to share data with third-party devices. The platform is provided as a subscription service, with technical support for setup and use. Users can use the same device to monitor and analyze real-time and historical data from their connected devices, as well as configure and manage their sensors. With Libelium Cloud Bridge, users can simultaneously send data from any IoT device to major global cloud platforms including Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services, Cumulocity, IBM Bluemix, Microsoft Azure, MQTT, S by Techedge and Telefonica without any specific cloud Implement any protocol or any authentication method.
Outlook: Every day the globe becomes more connected, but solution users cannot keep up with the massive increase in the data available. Businesses need to empower people to manage, view, and program their assets from a single location so the world can reach the next level of IoT by bringing solutions together to build a connected ecosystem. Libelium Cloud combines solutions into a single IoT package that is easy to deploy, manage and use, and make life easier for solution users. Users can gain insight into various projects from a single remote cloud platform, giving them a holistic picture of IoT initiatives from start to finish. By bringing everything together in a single platform for visualizing and analyzing the data, companies can reduce the maintenance costs of their project and the time to market for their project to start.
This article was originally published in Judgment.de