CEBIT international exhibition

Globaltronic was present at the international meeting promoted by Huawei – “Huawei Europe IoT Business Acceleration Summit” – which took place on 13 June 2018 during CEBIT in Hanover, under the theme “Eco-Connect to play the IoT Symphony”. This meeting brought together 300 participants associated with the IoT ecosystem, allowing them to explore and present innovative solutions to the world of “Internet of Things”.
In his opening speech, Vice President Huwai of Western Europe, highlighted the company’s commitment to expanding the IoT universe, mentioning the extreme importance of global and local collaborations and partnerships in achieving the goals. In that sense he invited all partners to join the IoT ecosystem and work together to benefit the european industry and economy.
The opening of the lecture program was conducted by the president of Hawei IoT Solution, where his intervention is in line with the experience that Huawei has in the market, by presenting a diverse range of solutions and services for the IoT universe, from entry to a circuit of lectures and discussions of real cases around intelligent solutions for the city, industry and the daily life itself.
In the circle of lectures we had the presence of several speakers representing a wide range of companies such as: GSMA, AIOTI, Vodafone, Telecom Italia, Pietro Fiorentini, Q-loud, Pessl Instruments, Sercomm, Quectel and YiQi Software.
Among this restricted group of invited companies was Globaltronic, challenged to present its innovative NB-IoT solutions, and to explain its functionalities. Globaltronic took the opportunity to launch the first-hand products:

WiiPiiDO is a compact mini-computer with high performance designed for IoT professionals/enthusiasts, taking on the role of a powerful and reliable hardware platform that can turn your ideas into reality.

The Gateway fe plus is a device that allows the integration of networked IoT sensors/controllers into the existing IT infrastructure of a city or building. It serves as a data transmission terminal allowing real-time monitoring/management/remote control of a system, data aggregation and analysis.