Sierra Wireless Showcases Latest IoT Technology and Innovations at Mobile World Congress 2018

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: Sierra Wireless andBosch Software Innovationswill showcase a connected greenhouse designed to optimize harvests, with sensors to measure humidity, temperature and luminosity for different plants. Visitors can monitor the plants conditions through a dashboard and see how a humidifier automatically waters the plants when the soil gets too dry. Both the humidifier and the sensor are connected via the Bosch IoT Suites device and gateway management. This allows users to remotely control the devices and send data through a Sierra Wireless gateway based on themangOH® Red open source platformand aWP8548 embedded moduletightly integrated withsmart connectivity services.

: Sierra Wireless andGirbauwill showcase Sapphire, Girbaus new remote monitoring service for laundry machines, which is transforming the commercial laundry business. Visitors can see how Girbaus IoT Kit connected to the washing machine collects and transmits machine data through Sierra WirelessFX30 programmable IoT gatewayandsmart connectivity servicesto the Sapphire app. Laundry operators use the app to monitor and manage their entire fleet of machines and can be alerted to potential issues, reducing downtime and costs.

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Sierra Wireless (SWIR) (SW.TO), the leading provider of fully integrated device-to-cloud solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that the company will showcase its solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) at Mobile World Congress 2018, which takes place February 26 – March 1, at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain.

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Sierra Wireless Showcases Latest IoT Technology and Innovations at Mobile World Congress 2018

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Sierra Wireless Showcases Latest IoT Technology and Innovations at Mobile World Congress 2018

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Nicolas Damour, Senior Manager of Business and Innovation, will joinThe Future Outlook for Mobile IoTpanel, answering key questions about LPWA technologies at theGSMA Global Mobile IoT Summiton Sunday, February 25th at 4:45 P.M., at the Hotel NH Collection Barcelona Tower.

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Sierra Wireless will exhibit in the GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4, stand 4A30, demonstrating how the company is empowering customers to reimagine their future in a connected world, creating a better future in all facets of life, including:

: Sierra Wireless andXSunwill showcase a flight simulation of XSuns 4.5m-wide, solar-powered drone monitoring a pipeline between France and Spain. Visitors will experience XSuns Control Center application and see all drone data reliably transmitted through Sierra WirelessAirLink® RV50 gatewayand multi-operatorsmart connectivity services. Sierra WirelessAirVantage® IoT platformis used to measure data consumption and manage the drone fleet lifecycle. The solar-powered drone is targeted at agricultural, sea, land and infrastructure surveillance.

Sierra Wireless (SWIR) (SW.TO) is an IoT pioneer, empowering businesses and industries to transform and thrive in the connected economy. Customers Start with Sierra because we offer a device to cloud solution, comprised of embedded and networking solutions seamlessly integrated with our secure cloud and connectivity services. OEMs and enterprises worldwide rely on our expertise in delivering fully integrated solutions to reduce complexity, turn data into intelligence and get their connected products and services to market faster. Sierra Wireless has 1,400 employees globally and operates R&D centers in North America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit

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: Sierra Wireless andIntelliniumwill showcase an LPWA-connected shoe designed to improve worker safety. Visitors can see how a force sensor membrane triggered in the safety shoe sends an alert to a tablet monitored by the employer or colleagues, as well as a variety of feedback options that can be sent back to the worker through vibrations in the shoe. Intelliniums safety shoe is equipped with a Sierra WirelessHL7 series embedded moduletightly integrated withsmart connectivity servicesto ensure mission-critical communication.

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