AXPERIENCE® offers a set of APIs, which enables newly connected devices in an IoT application to be discovered, allowing administrators to set automatic rules for authorization of new devices and ban rogue devices, thus offering an extra layer of security. The platform integrates all consumer devices under the same operator management umbrella and is very scalable.
Axiros enables organizations to deliver their applications without having to worry about the ways to automate the delivery of the devices in the field. The clients have the ability to support multiple communication technologies and application frameworks from within a single platform.
Any device, any network, any service- Anything at Anytime!
One of the company’s clients, (https://www.smartly.no) Lyse offers a good example on how a corporation can benefit from Axiros products. The business issue that Lyse was facing was driven by a regulatory compliance– establishing EU smart metering–with the combination of a difficult territory to cover– Norway. Lyse decided to turn this into a business opportunity–by turning the smart metering infrastructure into an extendable platform to offer smart home and smart city services. After exploring a few different possibilities in the market, Lyse decided to work with Axiros on improving their existing capabilities, helping create a roadmap of new extended services offering communication network independence, service abstraction, and scalability and API management. “These four key capabilities, combined together, offer the ability to design and deliver today a set of products for the consumer market, while retaining the freedom to extend it with new products without disrupting existing services,” explains Peterhans.
Over the last four years Axiros has expanded its operational presence – adding 6 new regional sales and service centers worldwide. The key drivers for expansion is cross-pollinating across other industry segments–not traditional Axiros’ customers–which are starting to see the advantage of adopting Axiros’ technology. “We have come a long way from start up to responsibly running the Carrier Wi-Fi service in Germany for the World Football Championship of 2006, to now becoming the ‘Nerve center of Things’,” concludes Peterhans.