The University of Glasgow Singapore Use FAVORIOT Platform for Their IoT Projects

Thanks to Dr. Keoh Sye Loong from the University of Glasgow Singapore, three IoT projects are now in under development using FAVORIOT platform. The projects are:

(1) Fleet IoT Security Hardening and Audit Automation

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(2) Smart Waste Sensing for Efficient Waste Management

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(3) Design and Development of an Intelligent Aquaponics System with
Internet of Things

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FAVORIOT offered a very affordable pricing plan as shown below:

The Beginner Plan is very suitable for University students who have been assigned or chose IoT project as their Final Year Project. A single device such as Raspberry Pi or Arduino that collects from several connected sensors can stream to the IoT platform. A simple dashboard is provided to visualize the measurements. This plan is also suitable for an individual developer or hobbyist that would like to familiarize with IoT platform, conduct self-learning or participate in IoT Hackathons. At RM 8.33 (or less than USD 2.00) per month, you can become the next Generation-IoT and on your way to be one of the rare talents in the job market today!

The Startup Plan is perfect for Freelancers or SMEs or Startups to provide IoT solution for a medium size project up to 150 devices. In fact, they can also create multiple projects or applications but limited to the total number of 150 devices.

The Business Plan is great for developing big commercial IoT project. It can support up to 300 devices for many smart applications. However, if a company requires connecting thousands of devices, they may contact/email their customised requirements to sales@favoriot.com

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