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Senet, one of the leading providers of cloud-based software and services platforms in the GCC, has announced a partnership with Imtac, Oman-based provider of technology solutions

Senet 23Low Cost IoT Sensors and LoRaWAN networks support new municipal services and optimise use of critical resources. (Image source: Pexels/Pixabay)

With an initial focus on smart city solutions including lighting, asset tracking, water management and smart buildings, this collaboration illustrates the growing global adoption of LoRaWAN networks for applications that drive improvements in energy consumption, resource conservation and a variety of new and enhanced municipal services.

Imtac, through its IoT and smart city brand Empyreal, integrates field assets and automation controls to monitor, manage and maintain industrial systems. By leveraging the low power and long-range characteristics of LoRaWAN and the advanced device and network management capabilities of Senet?s cloud-based IoT network services, the company is able to support a greater number of Smart City applications and deliver significant monetary savings and process automation opportunities to its customers.

?Senet?s IoT device-to-cloud software and connectivity services help companies like Imtac instrument the physical world and deliver contextualised data to drive digital transformation,? said Bruce Chatterley, CEO at Senet.

The strategic partnership with Senet is expected to allow Imtac to extend its vision to include a greater number of smart city applications in the GCC region, according to Mukesh Arora, chief operating officer of Imtac.