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New Zealand Green Investment Finance logo. Subtitle reads 'Accelerate low emissions investment in New Zealand'.
New Zealand Green Investment Finance Invests in Innovative Internet of Things Telco Thinxtra to Save Carbon in Businesses and Homes

This month we’re excited to announce an equity investment in Thinxtra by New Zealand Green Investment Finance (NZGIF). A green investment bank with the purpose of accelerating investments that lower greenhouse gas emission activities in New Zealand, NZGIF matches our commitment for a more carbon-neutral future. Read the full NZGIF announcement here
The August edition of Thinxtra X News shares a handful of real-life examples of IoT solutions delivering real business value. I hope you enjoy this month’s edition!
Overhead view of diagonal car park.

NZ eParking Partners with Thinxtra, The IoT Telco, on a Smart Parking Solution to Remotely Monitor Designated Car Parks


The misuse of designated parking is a concern for those who rely on it for day-to-day life. NZ eParking is solving this problem with Thinxtra.  More info

Contractors using a mobile phone at a construction site.

IoT-enabled Concrete Sensor Technology for the Construction Industry Gaining Acceptance as Contractors Look to the Future


Offering the real-time ability to easily measure concrete temperature and strength, IoT-enabled concrete sensors coupled with cloud technology could be the next big evolution for the concrete industry.  More info

Visualisation of network connections across the globe.

Healthcare: the Rise of Contactless IoT Technologies 


IoT solutions connected to the 0G Network offer strong healthcare use cases, including remotely monitoring PPE distribution, environmental factors, vulnerable patients and rapidly enabling ‘call for help’ buttons.  More info

 

Headshots of CEO of Xperanti, Vicks Kanagasingam and CEO of Things on Net, Pavin Vorapruck. Background image of a truck.

Sigfox Operators TON (Thailand) and Xperanti (Malaysia) Partner for Industry 4.0 Solutions


TON (Thailand) and Xperanti (Malaysia) created an IoT-enabled asset tracking and transport monitoring solution, leveraging the 0G Network powered by Sigfox technology, to offer continuous, seamless cross-border container tracking between Thailand and Malaysia. More info

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Ratsense Uses Sigfox 0G Technology to Create Smart Pest Control Solution 


Ratsense, based in Singapore and with operations in Australia, digitises pest control with infrared sensors enabling remote detection so property managers can detect problems early and increase productivity by targeting specific areas for attention, rather than combing an entire building. More info

Worker inspecting cable reels.

Nexans Helps Customers Improve Efficiency with IoT-powered Monitoring Service of Cable Reels


Nexans, a global fiber optic cable manufacturing company, helps customers reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction with an IoT-enabled monitoring and management service, to precisely locate cable reels and monitor remaining cable length to check the progress of work. More info

Waterfront modern city.

Small Data Garden: Air Quality, Location and Motion Powered by the 0G Network


Small Data Garden offers IoT-enabled solutions to monitor air quality, location and motion for customers seeking to improve efficiencies in housing and real estate management, logistics, transportation and other industrial applications.  More info

Internet of Things hologram with icons of smart devices.

IDC Analyst Firm Predicts
IoT Device Install Base will Hit
55.9 Billion by 2025


IDC estimates that, by 2025, there will be 55.9 billion connected devices globally with 75 per cent of devices connected to an IoT platform. More info

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