Greenwave Systems, the innovative world leader of Internet of Things (IoT) software and managed services, brings connected environments to life through interactive IoT stations at Mobile World Congress, from February 22 to 25, 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Attendees will observe the distinct capabilities of the AXON Platform® as it easily manages a diverse array of IoT devices to provide a seamless connected experience.
The Greenwave booth is located in Hall 7, Stand 7K78 and private demos are available by appointment. Get in touch via email to [email protected].
With the innovative Greenwave360º™ engagement model and award-winning AXON Platform, Greenwave changes the way its customers create, manage and deliver IoT devices and services. Partners like E.ON and Verizon are able to fortify their existing networks and easily extend into new connected ecosystems to manage and monetize IoT and M2M devices.
“We look forward to showcasing the power of AXON™ at Mobile World Congress,” said Martin Manniche, founder and CEO of Greenwave Systems. “The customer feedback we received at CES this year surpassed our expectations and we are eager to share this new demo experience with the European audience.”
Booth demos include:
- AXON Home - Easily understood stories leverage rich media experiences that demonstrate broadly integrated ecosystems supported by AXON
- AXON Media & Networking – State-of-the-art 4K streaming and crucial networking solutions to fortify all varieties of wireless IP connectivity in the home
- AXON Remote Sensing – Leading-edge solutions using LTE to track assets around the world and manage AXON networks
With the push of a button, various scenarios can be put into action, allowing visitors to interact with AXON, connect with its APIs, see its architecture and gain a first-person understanding of its value proposition. For example, the smart home “morning” button initiates a series of events without the need for human intervention. By the time family members begin their day, AXON has started the coffee maker, adjusted the thermostat, turned on the relevant lights, and put the morning weather and traffic information at their fingertips.