IoT News Roundup
AT&T, Amazon Web Services collaborate on Internet of Things solutions ••• QMC Selects eleven-X as wireless network partner for smart water meter market ••• Industrial Internet Consortium, Robot Revolution Initiative Council announce IIoT liaison ••• Twenty-three billion IoT devices to live in connected spaces, says Frost & Sullivan ••• Lantronix launches wireless embedded IoT gateways ••• Avnet releases upgraded TPM V2.0 Pmod for IIoT security ••• TruTag Technologies, Sumitomo Corp. of Americas form global strategic partnership ••• Sentenai offers automated data engineering for IoT applications.
TruTag Technologies, Sumitomo Corp. of Americas Form Global Strategic Partnership
TruTag Technologies, a leading security and technology solution provider, has announced a strategic partnership with Sumitomo Corporation of Americas, and an investment in TruTag by Sumitomo's corporate venture capital fund, Presidio Ventures.
Sumitomo Corporation of Americas is the largest subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation, one of the world's leading integrated trading companies engaged in diverse businesses with an annual gross profit of over 800 Billion Yen and presence in 66 countries.
TruTag Technologies and Sumitomo will collaborate to bring TruTag's technology platform to diverse markets and industries where Sumitomo has deep business experience and relationships across the world. The partnership will adapt TruTag's technology platform for product identity, traceability, and supply chain management of various Sumitomo divisions worldwide. TruTag is the world leader for precision fabrication of nano-porous silica, advanced mobile hyperspectral imaging, and data management to provide a complete product identity and supply chain security solution to improve the safety, traceability, and authenticity of branded products across broad industries.
Applications include edible on-product identity solutions for food and medicine; and secure labels and documents for businesses and governments. In addition, TruTag's advanced spectral and spatial imaging products are expanding into agricultural management, smart farming, machine vision, biomedical imaging and point-of-care diagnostics.
As part of the broader global Sumitomo Corporation family of companies with leadership in diverse industries, Sumitomo Corporation of Americas is well-positioned to successfully drive significant opportunities for TruTag's technology platform to impact wide ranging markets and industries, improving efficiency of supply chain management, brand protection and consumer safety.
"We are looking forward to collaborating with Sumitomo Corporation of Americas to build a globally-focused and comprehensive product identity partnership that will have a tremendous impact on Sumitomo's existing markets as well as drive successful expansion of TruTag's technology platform into exciting new industries. We are excited to work with a company of Sumitomo's caliber and to mutually provide an industry-leading product identity platform across diverse markets with significant real-world impact to brand protection, product traceability, and consumer safety," said Michael Bartholomeusz, Chief Executive Officer of TruTag Technologies.
Sumitomo Corporation of Americas is excited to partner with TruTag and their impressive technology platform," said Tom Wada, General Manager of Sumitomo Corporation of Americas' Silicon Valley office. "We are confident that our deep-rooted relationships and existing partnerships across numerous industries will provide TruTag tremendous expansion, while deeply enhancing security and traceability throughout the supply chain of these networks."
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