Digipolis & Sirus organise the meetup around security in een smart city IoT platform. Speakers are Gert De Tant (Sirus), Thomas Kallstenius (Imec), Marc Vael (Isaca)
Sirus has built a demo Lego Smart City: “Sirus City”. This City has various Sensors, which make it a ‘Smart City’. Applications were set up for Mobility, Air Quality, Maintenance of the Infrastructure Park. Information collected from these sensors is passed to the Sirus Platform, which can then make information flow to the Data Lake. Possibilities also include Device Management and Quality Control. By bringing together Information form different Smart applications in one Platform, your City will be able to make correlations, obtain Data Ownership, give room to Innovators and Start-ups with Open Data. This case demonstrates the Value of an Intelligent Smart City Architecture and the Sirus IoT Platform.
At Sirus we embrace innovative thinking. With a drive to deliver the best of breed, to challenge our customers into innovation so that it enriches the business and brings customer value, we dare to change the game. As one of the innovation areas we believe in Platform as a Service, where we provide a transport platform.
At the Agoria "IoT solutions for industry" contest Gert De Tant, our CTO, reached a place in the finals. He pitched around the IoT HUB of Sirus, that enables organisations to securely manage their devices and sensors and easily and automatically on board new devices. A great solution for future oriented organisations, valuable in smart industry and smart cities.
We attend ! Techorama is a unique 2-day conference for the developer community in Belgium on May 3 & 4, 2016. The conference (3rd edition) will again host world-renowned speakers and presenters, and will include inspiring keynotes, deep-dive developer sessions, integration scenarios and best practices.
Sirus is proud to present the innovation keynote at the Smarttofuture event in London, April 2016. Our Open Architecture Platform, designed for the city of Antwerp, receives high interest. Many European cities recognise the value of the Sirus business case on CO2 monitoring and focussed improvements for air pollution. Sirus grows rapidly, because we build IoT platforms and deliver as promised on the IoT business cases.
Sirus presents in a Meet-up for the Smart City Antwerp the IoT architecture and launches for Digipolis (the IT organisation of Antwerp) the open call for start-ups, innovators and interested organisations to work on the IoT-cases. Gert De Tant, CTO of Sirus, present the architecture and will respond to the questions about the current open cases on building the ACPaas and IoT building blocks for the smart city platform. Subscriptions are full, with 100 persons coming to the event.
This is a collaborative open challenge, where different stakeholders and industry experts meet. Sirus presented the architecture that provides the functional blocks which compose the IoT platform that will support the future of IoT at the city of Antwerp. This gave a constructive and open discussion to have all views and interests addressed. This gives a result that has high support of citizens, IT experts, government and industry stakeholders.