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Smart Cities are much talked about large-scale Internet of Things (IoT) initiatives for a smarter and greener future, and they increasingly become a reality. BaseN has seen a tremendous increase of its platform’s role as the unifying platform for various players in such a smart city and overarching IoT environment over the past years.
BaseN Platform takes a key role in enabling traditional energy players to reinvent themselves by launching whole new services, either by themselves or within an ecosystem of various partner organisations. BaseN has driven leading energy companies in the Nordics to work with construction companies to create smart homes of the future – for nearly a decade already. Sophisticated energy management systems that were unseen before have been rolled out quickly and cost-efficiently.
Construction companies such as VolkerWessels used BaseN Platform to introduce zero energy houses at a large scale. Trimble launched CrewSight, built on top of BaseN Platform, to make workforce management at large construction sites much more efficient and safer.
What all existing customers in the smart city ecosystem have in common is their reasoning for selecting BaseN Platform for their new services and operational partnerships. The platform is mission critical, extremely flexible and handles over a million of transactions per second from any device or other source in real time with ease. Creating and launching new services with commercial scalability is much quicker than with most other IoT platforms.
BaseN, the global Full Stack IoT Operator, provides an inherently scalable computing Platform for hosting billions of spimes, the core objects of the Internet of Things. Spime is the permanent logical brain and memory of any physical Thing. BaseN currently handles close to one million spime transactions per second, and enables the transformation from physical products to intelligent services in any industry. Since BaseN’s establishment in 2001, its powerful Platform has served telecom operators and large multinational enterprises with extreme-scale and fault-tolerant network and service management systems, and now enables them to roll out entirely new Internet of Things services www.basen.net.