May 19, 2020
VANTIQ today announced their Back to Work Accelerator program, with Rigado as their primary partner for gateways, sensors and devices that provide real-time workplace monitoring. Rigado's Safe Workplace solution includes occupancy sensors, people counting cameras, activity monitoring tags and safety display signage - which will be integrated with VANTIQ's low-code platform for rapid application creation.
“Companies around the world need an integrated set of real-time, back-to-work protections that can be deployed quickly and seamlessly within their current environments,” said Marty Sprinzen, co-founder and CEO of VANTIQ. “That’s what the Back-To-Work Accelerator enables. Now, developers can create turnkey, real-time solutions that address the most common pandemic-related workplace requirements. We look forward to a new era of innovation and adoption of real-time applications that can help the world restart.”Read More
April 20, 2020
We were excited to be featured this week in Gartner's "Market Guide for Industrial IoT Gateways", published by Santhosh Rao, Sr. Director at Gartner.
While we typically talk about our Cascade Edge Gateways as being designed and deployed for "Commercial IoT" or "Enterprise IoT" - those aren't yet distinct research categories at Gartner... so we're delighted to be included in their current Gateway round-up, alongside other global solutions providers such as Cisco, HPE, Schneider Electric and Dell.
It was also nice to see Gartner highlighting many of the key features that Rigado focuses on in all our Gateway solutions - such as security, scalability and flexibility. These have emerged as critical capabilities of all IoT Gateways, regardless of industry or specific use-case.
Thanks again to Gartner for including Rigado!Read More
December 17, 2019
Enterprise IoT specialist Rigado adds the multi-sensor to its pre-integrated Bluetooth devices program allowing a plug-and-play deployment with Rigado’s Gateways and Edge Connect data platform for large-scale wireless IoT ...Read More
October 16, 2019
Rigado, which is focused on providing Bluetooth-based services to enterprises, announced a significant update to its Edge-as-a-Service offering in a move designed to remove complexity and reduce time to market for large-scale IoT projects. The new Edge Connect platform ...Read More
September 4, 2019
Rigado creates IoT data solutions for smart, connected environments. One of the company’s products, the Cascade-500 IoT Gateway, provides edge connectivity to sensors, devices and the cloud. With a wide range of connectivity options (including Cellular LTE), Rigado can relay smart building information to the cloud with lower latency ..Read More
August 22, 2019
Rigado’s wireless edge technologies and secure large-scale networks power more than 6 million connected devices for 300+ global customers. Recently, I had an opportunity to meet with Kevin Tate, Rigado’s Chief Revenue Officer, and discuss how Rigado is using Bluetooth® technology to deliver flexible and secure edge data networks for smart commercial spaces and support key IoT applications, such as ..Read More
June 25, 2019
For years, Rigado has partnered with a diverse range of companies to leverage Bluetooth technology at scale in commercial environments. “Bluetooth has gained a lot of momentum in what we think will be the primary method that people use to gather data from commercial environments.” According to ...Read More
June 13, 2019
Microsoft Azure Blog
CBRE Host is powered by Microsoft Azure Digital Twins and the Microsoft Graph. While remaining agnostic on sensor connections, key shared partners Rigado and Yanzi Networks accelerate Host deployment through their turnkey packages for gateways, access points, occupancy+comfort sensors, and device management capabilities built on the Azure IoT platform. As Host evolves, key tests underway include ...Read More
April 24, 2019
Rigado specializes in commercial IoT solutions utilizing Bluetooth 5 and Nordic nRF52 Bluetooth chips in its latest devices. Tate explained the reason they took the approach they did was because using a standard protocol such as Bluetooth was less complex, which made it easier to install and run apps. “We’re trying to make it so that customers only have to worry about ...Read More
February 18, 2019
The New Stack
Edge computing is gaining attention since it addresses some of the key issues of implementing industrial IoT use cases. Processing large amounts of sensor data at the edge reduces network bandwidth costs and cloud data storage costs. Edge computing allows for the analysis and filtering of data closer to the sensors so only the relevant data is sent to the cloud. ..Read More