Sigfox Launches New Sens’it Discovery Solution


Sigfox’s Sens’it Discovery is an IoT solution that brings together the Sens’it 3 device and the application.

IoT service provider Sigfox has launched its new end-to-end IoT solution, Sens’it Discovery. The launch was announced at IoT World last week, and the new solution is aimed at increasing IoT adoption among professionals in the business and technical verticals. The company says optimizing costs, battery life and ease of use are key to accelerating adoption. It calls Sens’it Discovery the answer, providing a simple way to discover, experiment with and increase their IoT knowledge.

Sens’it Discovery combines the Sens’it 3 device with the application and Sigfox connectivity. It comes with a thermometer, hygrometer, light meter, accelerometer, magnetometer and reed switch along with a central button so it can be used for multiple use cases.

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The devices can be used for a variety of IoT deployments, including asset monitoring, environmental monitoring, customer service, and security. It can also be used as a development kit and allows users to create their own firmware via its SDK. Large volumes can be purchased through Sigfox partner Altyor. The device’s Device Sources are available for download, and custom embedded applications can be created.

Users can get direct access to data via the Sigfox Cloud and create new integrated applications, change the device’s behavior and adapt its sensors to create new uses and solutions.

The Sens’it Discovery is now available for purchase and comes with 1 year of Sigfox connectivity, 1 year of app access and accessories for the device. The Sens’it Discovery works in all 45 countries that have Sigfox coverage and can be configured for communication in multiple regions (RC1, RC2, RC3, or RC4) with no need for any local network. It provides up to 12 months of battery life. Full specs and distributors are available here.

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