Invitech introduces ʼIoT Insightsʼ


Hungarian telecommunications and IT services company Invitech has announced the widespread introduction of its "IoT Insights" platform, making the service accessible to clients, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Invitech CEO David Blunck

"IoT Insights" offers an integrated solution for monitoring and operating sensors, databases and systems, as well as collecting, processing and displaying related data. This allows users to investigate correlations helping business efficiency more successfully, according to the press release.

Invitechʼs partners may access the companyʼs IoT infrastructure, services and base of experts via the Insights online platform. The companyʼs IoT solutions aim at improving efficiency in a variety of economic sectors, including agriculture, construction and industry.

"The Internet of Things is not only the training ground for experimenting companies nowadays, but a realistic opportunity for more efficient operation for companies and institutions," said Invitech CEO David Blunck. "IoT Insightsʼ advantage is that it can offer all elements of IoT services from one hand, end-to-end. Hence, the placement and maintenance of sensors, development and operation of the network that ensures data transmission, the cloud-based storage of data, and business intelligence revealing deep correlations are all parts of our solutions."

The IoT Insights platform may not only be used by companies and institutions, but universities and startups as well, for the implementation of new developments built on the service.

Invitech also puts emphasis on the enhancement of its infrastructure. In its new Budapest network, completed in early 2018, the companyʼs IoT services are already accessible. Several other cities in the countryside, such as Miskolc and Szeged, also have complete infrastructures, with Debrecen, Szombathely and Zalaegerszeg soon to follow.


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