Ghent, Belgium, Taipei, Taiwan, and Labège, France, June 6, 2018 – To launch its next generation Sensolus tracking devices, Sensolus, an IoT company from Ghent, Belgium, is utilizing technology and expertise from Jorjin Technologies Inc., a Taiwanese company with 20 years of experience building IoT modules, and STMicroelectronics, a leading semiconductor manufacturer.
Sensolus provides end-to-end Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) tracking solutions for companies in various industries, bringing visibility to their supply chain and asset monitoring processes with a combination of advanced tracking devices, long range and low energy connectivity through the Sigfox global Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN), and smart cloud algorithms. In doing so, Sensolus aims to continuously provide the most reliable and scalable end-to-end tracking solutions for its clients, for both outdoor and indoor applications.
Aligned with the current global expansion, evolution, and adoption of the IoT, the new Sensolus devices are smaller, more power efficient, and with Sigfox™ multi-region certified to leverage Sigfox™ global network. In order to meet to the growing global demand, including in the Asian market, Sensolus has selected Jorjin Technologies Inc. as its local partner for manufacturing its next generation tracking devices.
Jorjin Technologies Inc., established in Taipei, Taiwan, in 1997, has proven highly innovative and agile when it comes to module building for wireless radio products.
Sensolus’ new tracking devices benefit from the market-leading performance and energy efficiency of STMicroelectronics’ BlueNRG-2 BLE System-on-Chip (SoC) and the S2-LP sub-1GHz RF transceiver. These connectivity devices ensure cost-efficiency, ultra-low-power and scalability, while keeping industrial grade reliability.
The new generation of Sensolus tracking devices is a result of many years of field experience in low-power networks, combined with state-of-the-art chip technology and expert manufacturing. It enables next generation tracking applications, that are more compact, highly cost-efficient, and reliable while maximizing battery lifetime.
Sensolus is an Industrial Internet-of-Things company, based in Ghent, Belgium. Sensolus brings value to the supply chain & asset monitoring processes of its clients by offering end-to-end IoT solutions. By combining smart sensors, low-power communication networks and cloud analytics, Sensolus reduces operational costs and increases asset up- and usage time. Sensolus solutions are internationally recognized as being extremely energy-efficient, easy to install, operationally scalable and very reliable in industrial environments. www.sensolus.com
Since its establishment in Taipei in 1997, Jorjin’s original core competency is the development and manufacturing of miniature modules in the domains of Wireless Connectivity, Central Processing, Imaging and other Sensing technologies. The company has also evolved to deliver comprehensive packages of associated firmware and regulatory certifications to shorten the product time-to-market of its worldwide customers. During the last few years, thanks to its expertise in miniaturization and to steady investments in R&D, Jorjin expanded its activities to the emerging markets of IOT and Wearable, with a distinct interest for AR/MR smartglasses. See www.jorjin.com.
ST is a global semiconductor leader delivering intelligent and energy-efficient products and solutions that power the electronics at the heart of everyday life. ST’s products are found everywhere today, and together with our customers, we are enabling smarter driving and smarter factories, cities and homes, along with the next generation of mobile and Internet of Things devices. By getting more from life, ST stands for life.augmented. In 2017, the Company’s net revenues were $8.35 billion, serving more than 100,000 customers worldwide. Further information can be found at www.st.com.
Sigfox is the world’s leading service provider for the Internet of Things (IoT). The company has built a global network to connect billions of devices to the Internet while consuming as little energy as possible, as simply as possible. Sigfox’s unique approach to device-to-cloud communications addresses the three greatest barriers to global IoT adoption: cost, energy consumption, and global scalability. For more information, see www.sigfox.com.