First Ever IoT Connectivity Ecosystem Awards Announced at Sensors Midwest 2018

 

 

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First Ever IoT Connectivity Ecosystem Awards Announced at Sensors Midwest 2018

Rosemont, IL; Framingham, MA – October 17, 2018 – Sensors Midwest, the region’s leading event focused on sensors design and industrial IoT announces the IoT Connectivity Ecosystem – Influencer [ICE-I] award winners. Over 90 submissions were received with over two dozen qualified applicants evaluated. The judges then selected winners selected based on the company and their abilities in a particular application or solution. The judges were a prestigious panel of experts within the IoT community.

Award winners include:

  • Calamp LoJack in the “Lot Management” category
  • Integron in the “Managed Services” category
  • MultiTech Systems in the “LoRa Endpoint Solutions with XM” category

As leaders in the industry, we are pleased to have been able to recognize these companies at Sensors Midwest last month.

“We are honored to be recognized among our peers with this award,” commented Bryan Lubel, president of Integron. “IoT deployments can be very challenging, but we have always strived for excellence within the managed services function. Our strategy is built upon developing strong ecosystem partnerships and joining that with deep expertise within particular verticals. Those two values combined has enabled us to become a true intersection for the IoT space.”

 

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