If you are visiting Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016, the prominent event about mobility and traffic taking place from April 5th to 8th 2016 at RAI Amsterdam, don't forget to visit Tinynode at stand 02.211.
We are showcasing our new A4 and B4 car detection devices, A4-H and B4-H truck detection devices, as well as the other components of our wireless vehicle detection solutions, including R4 repeaters, SR4 super repeaters and G4 gateways. Based on the innovative sensor technology called Series 4 second generation (S4-gen2), Tinynode's vehicle detection products provide customers with greater value, stability and business continuity.
Intertraffic visitors are also invited to discover more about benefits of Tinynode and Paradox Engineering integration, which already offers customers the opportunity to build integrated solutions for smart urban environments.
We're glad to announce a new generation of vehicle detection sensors providing customers with greater value, stability and business continuity.
With this innovative sensor technology – called Series 4 second generation (S4-gen2) – our R&D department succeeded in achieving significant technological improvements and increasing detection accuracy, communication performance and product robustness.
S4-gen2 is being integrated in Tinynode A4 and B4 car detection devices, as well as in A4-H and B4-H truck detection devices. The new product range will be showcased at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016, the prominent event about mobility and traffic taking place from April 5th to 8th 2016 at RAI Amsterdam. We will be located at stand 02.211.
Taking place in Bordeaux on October 5th-9th 2015, ITS is one of the world’s largest event about intelligent transport systems and services. Our President and CEO, Gianni Minetti, will discuss our capabilities in delivering advanced wireless vehicle detection systems by presenting the highly innovative project we delivered in a City of south-western France. Tinynode solutions enabled the City to manage electric cars dedicated parking spaces, implementing both a monitoring and an information dissemination system to make data available to urban users everywhere and anytime - join us on October 7th at 11.00 am at ITS Forum to discover more about this case and its promising results.
The Japanese corporation Minebea Co. Ltd., the world’s leading comprehensive manufacturer of high-precision components, acquires full capital and assets of the Swiss technology company Paradox Engineering SA.
After joining Paradox Engineering as shareholder and major strategic partner at the beginning of 2014, Minebea has now moved to complete its investment to capitalize on the Swiss Company’s vision, know-how and technologies and accelerate the success of the Group in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart markets.
Paradox Engineering is entrusted to shape the Group vision and innovation strategy, and will act as extended R&D center developing cutting edge technologies enabling and transforming Minebea’s products to be full IoT ready.
Tinynode is showcasing its smart parking solutions at Parkopolis 2015, the international event about parking and urban mobility taking place in Paris, Porte de Versailles, on June 17th and 18th, 2015.
At booth 50, pavillion 5.1, visitors have the opportunity to learn more about Tinynode's technology and discover some new features of A4 and B4 sensors for outdoor car parking, including squatting detection for electric vehicles recharge stations, or barrierless monitoring of restricted places in off-street parking lots.
Tinynode SA and Paradox Engineering, the Swiss technology company specialized in open-standard connectivity and smart monitoring solutions, are now part of the same group. This is an important step of Paradox Engineering’s growth strategy and reinforces its positioning as unique enabler of any kind of smart environment through compelling solutions for the Internet of Things era.