SkyLab Holding (a member of IIoT Consortium with Global HQ based in Singapore), has announced today the worldwide release of their IIoT Gateway: GDX Series
IoT Asia 2017 provide insights for 4,500 attendees across the entire IoT value chain, addressing the interests of technology solution providers and enablers as well as end-user and potential IoT technology adopters across multiple industries.
Industrial plants are looking into smarter ways to enhance productivity. Manufacturing intelligence encompasses more than just plant wide connectivity, but also involves data collection, contextualizing into actionable real-time information, predictive analysis, and using these data to make the right business decisions.
Singapore-based SkyLab Group is a leading provider of enterprise-level Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Its dynamic growth has been fuelled by customer needs for flexibility with 100 per cent confidence in data availability and infrastructure performance and security.
Empowering our customers’ complex Industrial IoT deployment seamlessly and securely, SkyLab’s Data Logistics Cloud™ is a network agnostic solution that comprises of the following features; multiprotocol data harvesting middleware, Industrial IoT security solutions, real-time integrated dashboard, advanced data transport acceleration and Industrial IoT inventory management system.
SkyLab today announced that it has joined the Industrial Internet Consortium® (IIC), the global, member-supported organization that promotes the accelerated growth of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Membership provides Skylab opportunities to engage and contribute to innovation, best practices and evolution initiatives the industrial internet is achieving.
Tata Communications, a leading provider of A New World of Communications™ and Skylab, a Singapore-based technology solutions provider, announce a partnership to help more enterprises adopt the Internet of Things (IoT). SkyLab provides advanced data harvesting
There is a new bus stop concept in town, and it aims to ‘make waiting fun’ for commuters through features such as free Wi-Fi, e-books for downloads and even a swing.Named Project Bus Stop, the prototype was conceived by a group of architects from DP Architects to re-imagine the daily commuting experience
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the Infocomm Media Business Exchange 2016 (imbX) on Tuesday, Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim announced three initiatives: enhancing connectivity through a Green WiFi pilot; using robots in preschool teaching; and developing technology professionals.