Daliworks(<a href=”http://www.thingplus.net”>www.thingplus.net</a>) introduced its IoT cloud platform “Thing+” at Connect.W 2016, which ran Sep. 27-28 at Songdo Conventia.

Thing+ is a user-oriented IoT cloud platform that can collect, save and analyze data. With Thing+ embedded software, various devices can be connected to Thing+ cloud, and the basic hardware for IoT service implementation is available.

Thing+ handles large-size data with speed and safety, and the service is provided as a public cloud, so it can be used globally.

The IoT device can be registered and managed through PCs, tablets, and smartphones, and the statistics based on the data sensed can be seen right away. It also provides software development environment for IoT service development along with REST APIs so that the developers can make their own Android or iOS apps. The platform is provided regardless of the presense of the hardware.

Thing+ can be used in smart cities, farms, factories, and hospitals. Daliworks is planning to enter the global market with the start in Southeast Asia, China, Japan, and Australia.

Organized by KAIT and sponsored by MSIP, KData, SeongNam Industry Promotion Agency, and DSPOne, Connect.W served outstanding ICT companies to find new business partners with the invitation of foreign telecommunication companies to the show. Having a successful run last year, this year’s show also garnered success.

<a href=”http://us.aving.net/exhibition/?mode=detail&amp;mn_name=exhi&amp;sp_num=843″>→ Go to Connect.W news page</a>

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