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By Rich Handley

Senet, Digital Matter Team Up on LoRaWAN IoT Asset-Tracking Solutions

Senet, a provider of cloud-based software and services platforms designed to enable global connectivity and the on-demand network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced a partnership with Digital Matter, a developer of battery-powered tracking devices and telematics software for asset- and fleet-management applications.

Through this collaboration, the companies have certified several Digital Matter LoRaWAN asset-tracking sensors and had completed the integration of Digital Matter's Telematics Guru GPS tracking software platform with Senet's global LoRaWAN network. Customers using Digital Matter sensors can now connect to the Senet network to visualize and act on location, asset usage and health data through the Telematics Guru platform, or interface sensor data with their own cloud-based asset-tracking applications via an API from Senet's network service.

"We are excited to be partnering with Senet to provide our customers with immediate access to the fastest-growing global LoRaWAN network and a robust set of services to rapidly extend coverage on-demand," said Ken Everett, Digital Matter's CEO, in a prepared statement. "Senet's flexible business models for deploying carrier-grade LoRaWAN networks where and when they are needed, provide a unique cost-optimized approach to implement and expand asset tracking solutions at scale."

"The key to success in the rapidly expanding IoT and Low Power Wide Area Network market is standardization, ecosystem strength, and scalable, cost-effective network coverage," added Bruce Chatterley, Senet's CEO, in the prepared statement. "The ease of integration with Digital Matter's Telematics Guru, coupled with their support for over 150 different third-party tracking platforms, makes them an ideal partner to provide asset tracking and management products and services around the world."

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