INDUSTRIAL IOT

Milesight Grows as a Leading AIoT Solution Provider

Milesight | May 30, 2022

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Milesight, a global AIoT solution provider, stated earlier this year that it has upgraded its brand identity, signaling the start of a new AIoT journey.

State-of-the-art Technologies in the AIoT Industry
5G, LoRaWAN, and AIoT technologies are important driving forces in the IoE movement (Internet of Everything). These advanced technologies combine with one another as they evolve and mature, becoming popular and infiltrating many aspects of life. Milesigiht unveiled a new brand identity to promote its debut into the AIoT business. Furthermore, a new headquarters has been created and is fully operational, which is a smart building driven by MilesightAIoT technology.

Milesight Products of the Highest Quality
Milesight offers solutions with remarkable flexibility and reliability for the global market as a fast-growing AIoT solution supplier. The 5G AIoT Camera is a breakthrough in the realm of video surveillance and IoT, going beyond data collection and extracting actionable insights. It is a milestone of Milesight's initial success in merging 5G with AIoT. It can wirelessly broadcast and receive video data via a SIM card, as well as absorb various sensor data such as temperature and water level data.

IAQ Sensor, which gives plain data immediately exhibited on display and cloud platforms to enable people to see and improve indoor air quality, reinforce health, and preserve business continuity, is another successful example of combining IoT and LoRaWAN® technology. For example, 47,000 IAQ Sensors were put in Canadian schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping to improve ventilation and filtration while creating a healthier learning environment for students.

Milesight is on a new journey to AIoT, with a commitment to offering more and more advanced AIoT solutions such as smart cities, smart building, smart agriculture, and more, contributing to a more intelligent and connected world by perfectly combining cutting-edge technologies such as 5G, LoRaWAN, AI, and IoT.

Milesight is a firm believer in everything being connected. Milesight will continue to thrive in the AIoT era with more connected and integrated products and solutions to come, thanks to the new brand identity.

Spotlight

LTE and 5G Technologies Enabling the Internet of Things white paper is focused on the key radio technologies specified by 3GPP that aim to create a strong ecosystem for the Internet of Things (IoT), much like the very successful global mobile broadband market built with LTE.

Spotlight

LTE and 5G Technologies Enabling the Internet of Things white paper is focused on the key radio technologies specified by 3GPP that aim to create a strong ecosystem for the Internet of Things (IoT), much like the very successful global mobile broadband market built with LTE.

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