Smarter Technologies shortlisted for IoT Innovation of the Year

Smarter Technologies has been selected as a finalist for the IoT Innovation of the Year award at the Tech Excellence Awards 2023. This recognition celebrates exceptional products or services that have the potential to revolutionise our way of life.

As a UK-based IoT company, Smarter Technologies specialises in the development and delivery of intelligent solutions tailored to a wide range of industries.

Matthew Margetts, Sales, and Marketing Director at Smarter Technologies said, "We are deeply honoured to be shortlisted for the IoT Innovation of the Year award as an IoT company. Our commitment to delivering end-to-end, sustainable, and customisable solutions for our clients is evident in the success of our Orion data network and SmarterView platform. We take great pride in leading the charge in IoT technology and remain dedicated to continuous innovation and delivering value to our clients."

In 2022, Smarter Technologies achieved business growth, driven by the demand for Orion and the expansion of its sales programme into multiple countries. Orion is an end-to-end, low-power, long-range radio solution that operates independently of a customer's broadband connection, channel congestion, and GSM data costs. Additionally, the company introduced SmarterView, a monitoring tool, and alert system that has significantly enhanced the usability of Orion.

The winners of the Tech Excellence Awards 2023 will be revealed on 18th May 2023 at the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin. Smarter Technologies is privileged to receive this recognition for its innovative achievements and eagerly anticipates the event.

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