UnaBiz wears multiple hats in the IoT Value Chain. We are here to help you navigate the minefield of IoT networks and protocols with our expertise in Low-Power Wide Area Network (link to 0G) and Cloud Platform Services. By leveraging on our global network of IoT experts we can accelerate your Product Development Process with our capabilities in Product Design and Manufacturing.
The IoT marketplace is complex and we are here to help businesses simplify and capitalise on the power of massive IoT in their own field.
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We help device makers transform their prototypes into actual industrial grade products. From product design to mass production, we can accelerate your product development process and manufacturing needs with our first-in-class hardware expertise based in Taiwan.
Cloud migration and mobility have transformed the way businesses operate. Network-as-a-service (NaaS) is a modern solution to today’s network challenges. Businesses no longer need to invest heavily on network infrastructure to scale up as these needs are now available to all enterprises as a service.
From networking resources, to security and application services, let us do the heavy lifting and take the load off your mind on maintenance and management.
Enter the 0G World with Sigfox.
Sigfox is the most widespread Low Power Wide Area Network Worldwide.
UnaBiz operates the first global 0G network powered by Sigfox in Singapore and Taiwan. Access and accelerate your IoT project in more than 65 countries worldwide. See the 0G global coverage map.
UnaBiz coverage for the Sigfox 0G Network starts at SG$1 per device per year.
The best IoT experience is one that is simple and easy to use. Our IoT products are characterised by its simplicity and efficiency. Shorten your project’s time to market with tried and tested Sigfox devices from around the world. Discover all they can do for you and your business.
Unabiz’s mission is to keep you ahead with our agility and ingenuity. By tapping on to a wide range of ecosystem partners and our manufacturing prowess, we will provide diversified expertise to power your business growth, especially in key verticals such as aerospace, facilities management, F&B, healthcare, logistics, supply chain and smart cities.
There are more than one standards within the IoT industry. The three more prominent ones are Sigfox, LoRa and NB-IoT. Sigfox has the largest market share in the world and is by far considered the true standard.
Through the use of sensors to collect data and analytics to break it down, businesses can look forward to lower operating cost and improving productivity by acting on key data.
The manufacturing industry is currently the biggest adopters of IoT. Manufacturers are using it for the purpose of optimizing process, monitoring equipment and conducting preventive maintenance. Then we have the transport industry who is mainly using IoT for asset tracking purposes.
Currently there are an estimated 20 billion devices connected to IoT networks globally, and it should expand rapidly to 75 billion devices by 2025.
IoT can have many possible applications, such as:
– home security monitoring,
– connected defibrillator box,
– care button…
– facility management,
– door monitoring,
– smoke alarm…
– crop management,
– flood monitoring,
– cattle management…
– air monitoring,
– water monitoring,
– bush-fire monitoring…
– parking management,
– bin monitoring,
– manhole monitoring…
– sensor devices,
– smart metering,
– water irrigation,
– utilities metering…
– preventive maintenance,
– asset tracking,
– connected helmet…
Virtually anything that could be embedded with a chip. Some examples include streetlights, thermostats, electric meters, fitness trackers, factory equipment, automobiles, unmanned aircraft systems (UASs or drones), or even cows or sheep in a field.
IoT works by providing connectivity to sensors and objects. This connectivity is enabled by embedding a special proprietary (Sigfox) chipset into such objects which allows it to leverage onto a specialized Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN). And so, 4 billion IoT devices have been forecasted to rely on LPWAN technologies by 2025! Learn about Charles Reed Anderson, the worldwide recognised IoT industry thought leader.