Connected Baltics launches first nation-wide IoT network in Estonia with international reach
The Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) is powered by Sigfox, the world’s leading provider of connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Tallinn, Estonia, May 18, 2017 — Connected Baltics OÜ, the exclusive Sigfox operator has started providing Internet of Things (IoT) network services in Estonia. The service is now available in most dense areas covering more than half of the Estonian population. The remaining low-dense areas will be covered later this year. Estonia is the first country in the Baltics to be covered nation-wide with Sigfox Internet of Things network.
The network is designed to make various machines, appliances, sensors and smart objects connect and communicate energy efficiently with a fraction of the cost.
“We are proud to immerse the digital nation of Estonia to our secure IoT network with international reach and deliver new opportunities for businesses to build applications, systems and smart city solutions that will start a new era in Estonian tech savviness.” said Kushtrim Xhakli, Founder of Connected Baltics.
Connected Baltics is currently carrying out IoT commercial pilot projects with different partners, system integrators and device makers to enable solutions that citizens and businesses in Estonia can benefit from such as: remote meter reading, medical, agriculture and retail monitoring, temperature and environment observation, logistics and transportation, security, and asset tracking. Many of these solutions are already ready to run in the network.
Connected Baltics commitment is to support the development of true IoT ecosystem in Estonia and its mission to bring Estonian IoT products to the global Sigfox network.
Kushtrim Xhakli, Connected Baltics
+372 5360 2384
About Connected Baltics
As a Sigfox Operator, Connected Baltics is the first nationwide IoT-network operator in Estonia, deploying and selling Sigfox’s low power wide area network (LPWAN) IoT connectivity solution and enabling millions of connected devices to send small messages in a cost-effective and energy-efficient way. Connected Baltics is the local branch of Connected Finland in Estonia.
For more information, see www.connectedbaltics.com