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Translab partners with Wirepas for mesh connectivity

November 10, 2020 - Wirepas

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Translab.ai, a deep tech IoT company, partners with Wirepas for scalable IoT solutions. With this partnership, Translab.ai aims to provide various solution across industry verticals to solve complex challenges reliably and cost effectively.

Most of Translab applications require mesh network connectivity regardless of verticals. Any IoT solution design needs sensors, actuators to sense and control and gateways to send data to cloud. The wireless connection between these devices has to be reliable, secure and scalable This is why they rely on Wirepas to deliver the quality and cost-effective solution. Wirepas Mesh includes self-healing routing, multi-channel operation with local channel white/blacklisting. Proven over 99.99% reliability in large-scale installations with over 100 000 devices per network and secure connectivity with industry standard AES-128 encryption.

What Translab does?

Translab is a leading IoT solution company which provides end to end IoT solutions to large enterprises. Over the years Translab has transformed more than 6.5 million square feet of space with value focused IoT solutions for smart buildings. 

Further information:

info@translabinnovations.com
+91-80 41678001
Read more about –  https://translab.ai/

Mia Karlsson
SVP, Marketing & Communications
mia.karlsson@wirepas.com

Wirepas is a leading IoT connectivity company focused on massive scale, low power IoT networks. Together with its ecosystem it boosts efficiency through asset tracking, smart logistics, smart lighting and diverse smart meters. Wirepas Mesh, a unique IoT connectivity software, is the only technology that allows an unlimited number of devices, even battery-powered, to create a network. This mesh network can be sparse or extremely dense, with up to a thousand devices in a cubic meter. Wirepas serves customers across the world with offices in Australia, Germany, Finland, France, India, South Korea and the United States.