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Actility & Cloud Studio Integrate For Fast No Code IoT Applications Deployment

Actility and Cloud Studio announce the integration of ThingPark® Enterprise and Gear Studio platform, combining innovative technologies to accelerate IoT adoption. Actility and Cloud Studio are helping the IoT ecosystem to grow through the creation of the best open platform. Cloud Studio became an Actility Solution Partner by joining ThingPark Community.

On the one hand, Actility is a leading provider of IoT that enables interoperability and connectivity for different industries. Its platform, Thingpark, offers a wide variety of solutions—including hardware, and services—that are certified and compatible with LoRaWAN standards, making it easy to integrate into Cloud Studio’s application platform.

Actility’s ThingPark Enterprise platform, accessible for free through ThingPark Community, provides a dependable LoRaWAN connectivity infrastructure to efficiently connect your Low-power IoT devices. It streamlines IoT network operations, providing enterprises with a proficient UX to easily build a multi-gateway LoRaWAN network and feed data to IoT applications.

On the other hand, Cloud Studio is an application platform provider offering a customizable,  low-code, white-labeled, and completely hardware-agnostic cloud solution. It is the perfect tool for creating real-time monitoring and control dashboards, digital twins, condition-based monitoring, and more. All these functionalities and characteristics make it possible to scale projects with flexibility, allowing clients to minimize implementation costs and tailor their project plans to fit their unique business needs.

This integration will enable customers to create their own IoT solutions with the freedom to use any hardware available on the marketplace, connect it to Cloud Studio’s platform, and build their own end-to-end IoT solution without having to worry about compatibility issues.

In other words, it will encourage the creation of scalable and vertical solutions for different use cases such as mining, oil and gas, renewable energies, smart cities, or workspaces 4.0, and enables companies that are starting their IoT journey to experience proof of value quickly and with minimum investment.

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