Entries by Marc Pous

SCADA is dead! Long live to IoT

We still meet industrial companies who talk about SCADA solutions. We do agree with them, SCADAs are great solutions nowadays, but with the introduction of the Internet of Things, the game for SCADAs is coming to an end. At thethings.iO we are workings towards the end of SCADA and the rise of the Industrial IoT. […]

Monitorize Your Cold Chain With a Cold Chain Tracker

thethings.iO Cold Chain Tracker is an innovative device that monitors the temperature of any assets you would like to in real-time. Connected with Sigfox and monitoring temperature, humidity and light is a ready to go solution for your business, made by thethings.iO. Cold Chain Tracking opens up many new opportunities for advancement in the market. […]

Track Anything Real-Time With thethings.iO Sigfox Location Tracker

The ability to track your assets real-time comes with many benefits. Location data enables an organization to derive valuable information that aids in the process of efficient decision making. In addition, it enables an organization to reduce operating costs while improving efficiency. Now thethings.iO can help you with this. The location data can be used […]

IoT model canvas by thethings.iO

After working on hundreds of IoT projects at thethings.iO, always there are common strategies and steps.  We truly believe on a lean approach for IoT, in order to reduce the time to market. That means, that we needed a document or a visual element to describe the IoT project value proposition, the hardware, the payloads, […]

Looking for partners for the best IoT platform

At thethings.iO we are growing worldwide, from New Zealand to Canada, passing through Argentina or Ireland, companies need to connect things all around the world. This is the reason why we are looking for businesses, integrators and consultancies to refer, resell, and implement thethings.iO as an IoT software solution locally. Currently, thethings.iO partners are businesses […]

The most simple enterprise IoT platform

A year ago, I wrote Keep IoT simple, stupid where I was trying to explain that with thethings.iO we are trying to bring simplicity into the complex ecosystem of the Internet of Things. Store, analyze and visualize data should not be hard or need any specific team with knowledge on scaling machines, among others. This […]