Camgian Partners with ThingWorxOctober 2, 2013
The company will use the ThingWorx platform to power Quantus, its next-generation wireless machine-to-machine system for remote industrial asset management.
EXTON, PA /BUSINESS WIRE/ -- ThingWorx announced that Camgian Microsystems, a leading provider of advanced sensing technologies and solutions in the areas of low-power microelectronics, sensors, wireless communications, and data analysis for the government and industrial sectors, has chosen the ThingWorx platform to enable its latest innovation, Quantus, a next-generation machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) wireless networking platform. Quantus supports the deployment of intelligent mobile sensing solutions that enable organizations to more effectively manage remote industrial assets and improve operational efficiency.
Camgian will use the ThingWorx platform to power the Quantus end-to-end enterprise M2M platform, providing organizations with a real-time, unified view of diverse operations of interest. The Quantus platform uses an integrated, flexible architecture of low-power sensors, wireless communications, and secure, cloud-based analytics and reporting to offer a complete solution to its customers. This partnership encompasses opportunities in a wide range of industries, including government, security, waste, smart agriculture, smart cities, and retail, and will initially focus across multiple verticals in remote field service management, smart logistics, and smart facilities.
"Today in the market, there are numerous single-point solutions," said Gary Butler, CEO of Camgian Microsystems. "ThingWorx will enable Camgian to deliver horizontal M2M solutions that provide customers with one consolidated view of their sensor-enabled operations."
Using the Quantus platform in combination with ThingWorx, Camgian will benefit from a 10 fold improvement in solution development and delivery, enabling it to build modern, complete, flexible, end-to-end connected applications for its customers. This solution will provide businesses with insights into all facets of their company's operations, including consumer behavior and trends, asset and inventory location, and energy usage, and will drive innovation in the areas of logistics operations.
"ThingWorx and its M2M software platform help us rapidly deliver powerful solutions to our customers in a highly efficient and cost-effective manner," added Butler. "We are excited about our partnership and have already begun to roll out new solutions."
"We are pleased to have been chosen by Camgian to power its Quantus enterprise M2M platform," said Russ Fadel, CEO of ThingWorx. "Camgian's expertise in delivering advanced information technology solutions, combined with the power of the ThingWorx platform, will enable Camgian to develop the application infrastructure required to deliver complete, end-to-end M2M solutions for its customers, allowing them to continue to pioneer leading-edge innovation."
Named by Inc. Magazine as one of America's fastest growing private companies, Camgian Microsystems is a leader in developing advanced information technologies and solutions. From ultra-low-power processors to advanced sensing platforms, Camgian engineers are pioneering leading-edge innovations that are enabling a new generation of high-performance wireless information technologies and products for the defense, security, industrial, and commercial markets.
ThingWorx provides the "first platform designed to efficiently build and run the applications of today's connected world." ThingWorx's model-based design and search-based intelligence reduces application development efforts 10 fold, minimizing cost, risk, and time to market. The ThingWorx platform combines the key functionality of Web 2.0, search, and social collaboration and applies it to the world of "things," including connected products, machines, sensors, and industrial equipment. Businesses use the ThingWorx platform to rapidly deliver innovative applications and connected solutions across markets ranging from manufacturing, energy, and food to M2M remote monitoring and service, as well as in emerging Internet of Things applications, including smart cities, smart grid, agriculture, and transportation. For more information, please visit our blog or follow us on Twitter.
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