AVSystem Shortlisted for "Leadership in IoT" Award at TechXLR8 Asia

awards 11 September 2018

Krakow, Poland – 11 September 2018 –AVSystem with its Coiote IoT product suite complemented by Anjay LwM2M SDK has been shortlisted in the TechXLR8 awards in the category “Leadership in IoT” together with Huawei, SK Telecom, STMicroelectronics and Decawave.

The awards ceremony will take place on 19 September, Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Singapore and will be a perfect conclusion of the first day of the event.

The company’s leadership in IoT is visible in various forms and in many industries. AVSystem's IoT solutions are being chosen by service providers and large enterprises worldwide and the company's experience in LwM2M has been demonstrated from a technical point of view at various OMA TestFests (best results at OMA SpecWorks TestFest 2018, Seoul, Korea).

Anjay LwM2M SDK

Anjay is a free and open-source LwM2M SDK that helps vendors of the Internet of Things equipment to quickly and reliably implement support for OMA LightweightM2M. It can be easily incorporated into the firmware of a device to enable remote management over LwM2M protocol. Anjay is used to create individual LwM2M clients, to enable the communication between M2M devices and M2M servers. It can also handle all protocol details - all you need to do is to provide device-specific information.

Coiote IoT product suite

Coiote IoT Device Management is a comprehensive platform for managing IoT devices with the use of LwM2M (a standard device management protocol) that allows you to quickly deploy new IoT solutions for various industries. The product can easily be integrated with other platforms such as Coiote IoT Data Orchestration.

Coiote IoT Application Enablement is an integration platform that enables the collection and orchestration of data received from various sources (devices and platforms). The end goal is to use existing infrastructure to create new supplementary services for various IoT verticals with simple and automated workflows.

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