Be Part of the Sustainable Future of Industrial IoT with Everactive and Ubidots
To help developers build easy and scalable IoT projects, Everactive is excited to announce a partnership with Ubidots! Ubidots is a low-code IoT software development platform for engineers and developers without the time or energy to build an entire, production-ready IoT application themselves. From device-friendly APIs to a clean UI for end-users, Ubidots provides the essential building blocks to bring applications faster to market, without having to hire an expensive team of engineers to develop and maintain a customized solution.
To kick this partnership off, Ubidots has introduced a new plugin to their platform that makes the connection between Everactive’s batteryless sensor data and Ubidots a simple and quick process. Combining the flexibility of Everactive and Ubidots has the word savings written all over it — not only would you be saving money, time and resources, but you would even contribute to saving the planet thanks to the reduction in the use of batteries — and the harmful environmental impact of large-scale battery production and disposal!
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Everactive’s Innovative Technology Implemented in Anheuser-Busch Facilities to Support Brewer’s Sustainability Goals
America’s leading brewer, Anheuser-Busch is transforming their breweries with Everactive, the category-defining batteryless Internet of Things (IoT) company. Everactive’s continuous, battery-free steam trap monitoring application has helped Anheuser-Busch’s production facilities tangibly achieve sustainable digital transformation.
“Everactive is proud to support industry leading customers such as Anheuser-Busch in their drive to achieve operational efficiency and sustainability goals,” said Bob Nunn, CEO of Everactive. “The ability to aid Anheuser-Busch’s digital transformation in a sustainable way, leveraging micro-renewable energy sources instead of installing thousands of batteries, is what differentiated Everactive’s solutions from other leading alternatives.”
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