Farnell element14 launches IoT starter kits featuring TRIRIGA

Farnell element14 has launched two Internet of Things (IoT) starter kits that tap into technologies from EnOcean and IBM. Both Entrepreneur and Enterprise editions feature micro-computer boards from Farnell element14 and energy harvesting wireless sensors from EnOcean, and provide seamless integration to IBM’s Watson IoT Platform…

The Entrepreneur solution includes EnOcean self-powered sensors, a Raspberry Pi and EnOcean Pi boards from element14, and provides access to the IBM Watson IoT Platform and Bluemix services from IBM. The Enterprise model includes EnOcean OEM self-powered sensors and EnOcean Gateway from element14, as well as access to software and services from IBM including IBM’s Watson IoT Platform and IBM TRIRIGA facilities management software…

The IBM Watson IoT Platform allows organisations to securely and easily connect devices, from chips and intelligent appliances to applications and industry solutions. Scaling through cloud-based services and using rich analytics, the IBM Watson IoT Platform provides organisations with new insight for innovation and transformation. IBM TRIRIGA provides a single system to manage the lifecycle of facilities. Its integrated workplace management system increases the operational, financial and environmental performance of facilities…

[Admin: The same announcement is also posted in the ElectronicsWeekly, EnOcean, and LaoYaoBa websites. Farnell element14 is a high service distributor of technology products and solutions for electronic system design, maintenance and repair. It operates in 28 countries across Europe, with two regional distribution hubs in Belgium and the UK.]

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  1. Pingback: IEEE: IoT development kits overshadow kits of old | TRIRIGAFEEDIA

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