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The Red Sea Development Company awards first IoT contract toMachinesTalk

The Red Sea Development Company awards first IoT contract to MachinesTalk for ‘Workforce and Vehicles’ Smart Locator

Smart Locator badges will eventually be worn by up to 36,000 construction workers, and more than 3,000 vehicles will be tagged to ensure safety and security

 

Riyadh, (25 February 2021): The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), the developer behind the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism project, has awarded a contract to leading national IoT service provider, MachinesTalk, for the provision of smart wearable technology and wireless tagging solutions for its construction workforce and fleet of vehicles at its site on the west coast of Saudi Arabia.

MachinesTalk will be tasked with deploying a LoRaWAN network to cover more than 3,500 sq.km., implementing a state-of-the-art IoT platform, and providing smart badges for up to 36,000 construction workers, and wireless tags for up to 3,000 vehicles.

“Delivering a project of this scale against an ambitious timeline while aiming to meet and exceed the highest international standards for health, safety and sustainability, requires innovative solutions,” said John Pagano, CEO of TRSDC.

“Our partnership with MachinesTalk will play an important role in ensuring the welfare of our workers, given their proven track record providing smart construction technology and alignment with our business goals.”

TRSDC is committed to setting new standards in worker welfare and was awarded the Excellence in Health and Employee Safety award at Big Project Awards 2020 for their Covid-19 Health and Safety Plan, which demonstrated the efforts employed to maintain the health and safety of their workforce during the pandemic, whether onsite or at their headquarters.

“We are honored to have won this contract with The Red Sea Development Company,” said Nawaaf Alshalani, CEO of Machinestalk. “It shows real forward thinking and care for employees when implementing Internet of things (IoT) solutions at such scale. Using IoT technology will keep the workforce safer and support secure and more efficient operations.”

The new technology aims to address four key considerations for TRSDC’s core construction site area of 3,500km2: site security, worker safety, access control, and process efficiency.

“We asked ourselves how we could enhance security on our site and enable an efficient construction process at the same time, while considering upwards of 36,000 workers across 3,500 km2,” said Ian Williamson, TRSDC’s Chief Projects Delivery Officer.

“How could we ensure worker safety in case of health emergencies or prevent workers getting lost in remote locations in the desert or on islands? How could we control access and track the 3,000 vehicles of multiple contractors across the construction site, delivering materials, tools and transporting employees?”

MachinesTalk’s smart badges and tags allow TRSDC to identify workers and vehicles and secure the construction area against unauthorized individual and vehicle access. Individual access rights will be granted based on role, responsibility, category and group of workers. In addition, the possibility of identifying vehicles remotely, geo-fencing perimeters and setting up alerts based on worker and vehicle access breaches will further enhance security.

A panic button will enable workers in distress to send an SOS signal back to TRSDC’s security and emergency response centre, allowing response teams to be sent directly to the location of the worker without losing potentially life-saving time.

From a process efficiency perspective, all tagged vehicles will have an estimated time of arrival (ETA) to ensure that there are no delays between required tasks. In addition, alerts will be triggered for idle workers or vehicles to enable improved worker supervision.

The technology MachinesTalk provides will apply to all TRSDC’s contractors, who will be able to register their workers and vehicles and receive accreditation for them as required. Real-time and map-based remote tracking of workers and vehicles with heatmaps and counts will allow for more effective resource allocation across locations within TRSDC’s construction area.

Given the criticality of the solution and the ranging temperatures experienced on-site, the smart badge and tag’s operability will be actively monitored with exchanges of devices with low battery and remote deactivation in cases of loss or misappropriation.

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The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC – www.theredsea.sa) is a closed joint-stock company wholly owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF) of Saudi Arabia. TRSDC was established to drive the development of The Red Sea Project, a luxury, regenerative tourism destination that will set new standards in sustainable development and position Saudi Arabia on the global tourism map.

The project is being developed over a vast 28,000 km2 area on Saudi Arabia’s west coast and includes a spectacular archipelago of more than 90 pristine islands. The destination also features sweeping desert dunes, mountain canyons, dormant volcanoes, and ancient cultural and heritage sites. The destination is designed to include hotels, residential properties, leisure, commercial and entertainment amenities, as well as supporting infrastructure that emphasizes renewable energy and water conservation and re-use.

Activity for the first phase of the development is well underway and is on track to be completed by the end of 2023. The project has surpassed significant milestones, with over 500 contracts signed to date, worth some SAR 15 bn ($4bn).

The 100-hectare Landscape Nursery, which will provide more than 15 million plants for the destination, is now fully operational. There are more than 5,000 workers currently on-site and more than 70km of the planned 80km of new roads are now complete. The Construction Village, which is set to house 10,000 workers, will be fully open by the end of Q1 this year and development is progressing well at the Coastal Village, which will be home to around 14,000 people who will work at the destination.

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machinestalk to deliver sahel co. iot platform and solutions in the transportation and logistics sector

Saudi IoT Exhibition, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1st of Feb, 2018 – machinestalk Co. LLC., announced today that it has signed an agreement with Sahel Transportation Company, a national company working in the field of transportation and logistics in the Kingdom. The agreement involves that machinestalk will be providing the latest innovations and solutions in the IoT sector from machinestalk platform.

In line with the vision of developing and digital transformation in the Saudi market, both Sahel Transport Company and machinestalk agreed to work together in providing IoT platform to serve the supply chain, distribution and transportation of oil and fuel in the best manner and adapting existing technologies to serve all operations and improve performance efficiency to reduce expenses and maximize value added.

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Thanks for visiting our Booth at IoTx 2017

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

We would like to express our gratitude and appreciation for spending your time visiting our booth at IoTx 2017, held in Dubai, UAE. It was our pleasure and honor. We enjoyed your inspiring conversations, and we hope you did as well.

We were impressed by the number of visitors and the great interest in our IoT solutions and platforms, especially with the new motorna consumer product, which was officially launched during this exhibition, in addition to the FMS, iQiyas, ColdChain and other innovative solutions. We sincerely hope that we were able to help you find new sustainable and scalable solutions to enhance your processes and overcome your challenges.

Because of you, we proudly consider our presence at IoTx as a success and a great motivation for us to meet and exceed your expectations.

Please feel free to contact me if you have further inquiries regarding our platform and services, additionally please find attached our profile and it is an honor to visit our website www.machinestalk.com

Looking forward to meet you again and have further corporation.

Have a peaceful nice day.

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DELIVER IoT SOLUTIONS IN SAUDI ARABIA AND THE GCC REGION

Rochelle Park, NJ, and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 18, 2017 – ORBCOMM Inc. (Nasdaq: ORBC), a leading global provider of Machineto-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, announced today that it has signed a strategic distribution agreement with Machinestalk, a leading IoT solutions provider based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to provide ORBCOMM’s global satellite, cellular and dual-mode network connectivity; hardware; web reporting applications; and software in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region.

The arrangement combines ORBCOMM’s broad portfolio of IoT products and services with Machinestalk’s market-leading IoT and telematics platform technologies to provide a wide variety of asset tracking, monitoring and control solutions. ORBCOMM and Machinestalk will target core vertical markets including transportation and distribution, heavy equipment, industrial fixed assets, oil and gas, maritime, mining, and government. Through this combined solution offering, ORBCOMM and Machinestalk will enable customers to increase visibility and security over their fixed and mobile assets and gain operational efficiencies to streamline their business and improve logistics management.

“We are pleased to expand our long-time relationship with Machinestalk through this distribution agreement, which allows them to offer ORBCOMM’s complete IoT solution portfolio within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the GCC region,” said Marc Eisenberg, ORBCOMM’s Chief Executive Officer. “We believe there is no other IoT company in our markets that has ORBCOMM’s broad set of solutions, and we look forward to working with Machinestalk to expand our reach in this emerging geographic region.

At Machinestalk we believe that IoT is no longer an option for enterprises wishing to grow in their industry space or simply defend their market share. Therefore, companies must co-innovate to better serve their customers, and ORBCOMM’s leadership and expertise in delivering IoT solutions and advanced wireless connectivity makes them a great partner for meeting our customers’ requirements,” said Mohammad Alkhushail, Chairman of Machinestalk. “Together with ORBCOMM, we can deliver advanced IoT solutions that enable enterprises to maximize information access, insight and analysis as data volumes increase and real-time intelligent response becomes a necessity of doing business.” ORBCOMM Inc. (Nasdaq: ORBC) is a leading global provider of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and the only commercial satellite network dedicated to M2M.

ORBCOMM’s unique combination of global satellite, cellular and dual-mode network connectivity, hardware, web reporting applications and software is the M2M industry’s most complete service

offering. Our solutions are designed to remotely track, monitor, and control fixed and mobile assets in core vertical markets including transportation & distribution, heavy equipment, industrial fixed assets, oil & gas, maritime, mining and government.

About ORBCOMM Inc.

With nearly 20 years of innovation and expertise in M2M, ORBCOMM has more than 1.77 million subscribers with a diverse customer base including premier OEMs such as Caterpillar Inc., Doosan Infracore America, Hitachi Construction MachineryCo., Ltd., John Deere, Komatsu Ltd., and Volvo Construction Equipment, as well as end-to-end solutions customers such as C&S Wholesale, Canadian National Railways, CR England, Hub Group, KLLM Transport Services, Marten Transport, Swift Transportation, Target, Tropicana, Tyson Foods, Walmart and Werner Enterprises.

About Machinestalk

As a leading IoT-based solutions provider, active for 10 years in Saudi Arabia, machinestalk platforms, services and products grant enterprises the necessary insight to maximize efficiency and reinforce scalability. The Machinestalk ecosystem stands out in this fragmented, highly competitive, and rapidly changing yet promising market. It takes many players, like hardware providers, programmers, technical support and customer service, to come up with a solid IoT solution. All of our services and products are designed to relieve customers from dealing with many providers to get the desired result. We provide ready-to-use, easily installable and highly interoperable solutions that provide the essential insight to run exceptionally efficient operations. Competent, customercentric and innovative are the values that best describe Machinestalk’s way of delivering cutting-edge solutions.

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Machinestalk participated in IoTx 2017 held from 21 to 23 May, 2017

Machinestalk participated in IoTx 2017 held from 21 to 23 May, 2017 at Dubai World Trade Center, UAE. This participation comes comply with the company strategy and objectives to present and provide its products and cutting-edge services in the field of Internet of Things to customers in all sectors and fields. IoT 2017 gather the largest pioneer IoT companies in the region and worldwide in order to present the latest solutions, technologies and innovations that would help in digital transformation for public, private and business sectors.

IoTx 2017 is considered the most successful platform to discover ground breaking technology, in the field if IoT, and present ready-to-market innovations that will change the present and future on different aspects.

Machinestalk wing received visitors and clients interested in IoT, where the company products, services, solutions, and platforms that targets consumers, enterprises, government and semi-government sectors, were presented in the wing. Moreover, Machinestalk participated in accompanied conferences which helps in exchanging and benefiting from the experiences of regional and international companies.

Machinestalk is a leading Saudi company in the field of IoT through its solutions and integrated platforms that are provided to various clients around the Kingdom in the fields of, oil & gas, logistics, smart cities, heavy equipment, and government and semi-government sectors. Our solutions and platforms are in line with Kingdom vision 2030, and the digital transformation program in the Saudi Arabia.

Pleased with the visit of Mr.Dhahi Khalfan for Machinestalk booth in the iotx2017 Dubai, where we were reviewing the solutions offered by the company in the area Internet_of_things

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MachinesTalk – Mobily Partnership

Riyadh – Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) represented by its Business Unit signed last Tuesday 7th, March, 2017, a strategic partnership agreement with Machines Talk Co, a pioneer national IoT company. Eng. Ismail Alghamdi, Chief Business Officer, signed the agreement on behalf of Mobily with Eng. Nawaf Alshalani, Machines Talk Managing Director.

Mobily Business will provide, as per this agreement, several smart and innovative products like fleet and asset management to satisfy the needs of government and private sectors. This agreement reflects Mobily’s efforts in developing and improving business sector services in the Kingdom by collaborating with national companies to provide the latest digital and technological solutions and continue its Internet of Things innovations.

On this occasion, Eng. Ismail Alghamdi, Mobily Chief Business Officer, noted “our investments towards expansion in IoT solutions comply with Mobily Business strategy and ongoing quest to support digital transformation and develop Telecommunication & IT market to achieve 2030 Kingdom Vision.”

This agreement will open the door for many services and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that will be provided to government and private sectors which use technology to achieve operational efficiency and cost reduction with additional added values to organizations. Fleet management service is now available and will allow customer the ability to manage and monitor company vehicles anytime and anyplace, in addition to other features like prior alert management when vehicle cross defined area zones or over speed. Moreover, customer will receive alerts about maintenance schedule, following vehicle drivers and preparing periodic reports.

Mobily Business is depending on qualified and highly efficient infrastructure to provide these innovative services, with specialized and trusted technical staff that manage its data centers around the Kingdom. Thereby, Mobily’s Telecom and IT solutions are always occupying top ranks regionally.

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the new IOT wave

“There are many players participating in the new IOT wave such as hardware providers, and telecom operators.” tionsorganisaproviders, system integrators, manufacturing solution

The business opportunities stemming from smarter connected devices relate to five areas: costs, generating new revenue streams, enhancing the customer tional -operareducing experience, improving operational performance, and ultimately delivering a differentiated service and competitive advantage for the business. As M2M moves closer to the IoT, the as- sociated business opportunities — which initially focused on cost and operational performance — have now broadened in scope to encompass all five areas. What emerges as unique to IoT as compared to M2M is that these IoT applications address both core industry operations and services (vertical) and general and cross-functional business support objec- tives (horizontal) in an enterprise.

 

Servitisation

Ultimately, enterprise IoT aims to transform traditional product-based industries into industries that are based on both products and services. Each product that is launched has an associated service, which not only leads to an improved customer experience but also creates an opportunity for the enterprise to extend customer engagement and provide additional services.

Servitisation opens up opportunities for new sources of revenue and a new range of business models to be explored.

Through connected products where real-time data is captured and man- aged, service providers have been able to create new business models, billing according to usage increments and more innovative trading, and restructuring intensive CAPEX models in favor of more compelling OPEX solutions.

IoT & Big Data

The Internet of Things, or IoT, is projected to undergo massive growth with 4.9 billion IoT-connected devices in 2015 and more than 25 billion predicted to be in use by 2020, according to Gartner.

The IoT appeals across a broad base of industry sectors and fields and can deliver a wide range of technological functions with opportunities in the cloud, security, capacity, growth, environmental and consumer-based device segments. Measurable gains from the IoT are being found across many sectors of business.

The IoT ties in with big data – through its flexibility, the IoT can fill in where mining difficulties exist. As the IoT spreads across almost all industries it will trigger a massive influx of big data and spawn new methods for harvesting, analyzing and using this information.

The intersection of the IoT and big data is a multi-disciplinary field, and specialized skills will be required if businesses are to extract maximum value from it. Two kinds of people will be in demand: business analysts who can frame appropriate questions to be asked of the available data and present the results to decision makers; and data scientists who can orchestrate the (rapidly evolving) cast of analytical tools and curate the veracity of the data entering the analysis pipeline. In rare cases, the business analyst and the data scientist may be one and the same (valuable) person.

There are a number of challenges that organizations must face in adopting IoT solutions, including external factors such as a very fragmented market and complex value chain; country regulation particularity; lack of standards and inter- operability; a rapidly changing market; rapidly changing customer experience;

high competition and lack of awareness about IoT benefits and cost effectiveness; along with internal factors such as a lack of internal expertise or vertical market knowledge and an unwelcoming environment for the development of products.

Telecom operators take the lead

There are many players participating in the new IoT wave such as hardware providers, solution providers, system integrators, manufacturing organizations and telecom operators.

Nevertheless, we believe telecom operators have more leverage than oth- ers and really they are the heart of this upcoming promise.

The opportunity for IoT is extremely large with a global forecast of 50 billion connected devices by 2022, and the technology promises to touch every vertical market. Telecom operator’s strategies for IoT tend to be tactical and ad hoc, rather than developing a long-term sustainable position.

Telecoms operators have typically phased their involvement in M2M and IoT, starting with connectivity before add- ing more complete solutions. They have moved from selling connectivity only, to selling third-party products, then selling internal products, finally providing a broad menu of IoT services

Telecom operators position them- selves for long-term growth, they need to develop a more mature, sustainable positioning. We believe this can be achieved by bringing together existing capabilities (e.g. cellular connectivity, sales, sup- port, hosting, billing), adding some new ones (e.g. LPWA, application enablement platforms, and professional services) and providing a horizontal menu of capabilities for their own and partner solutions

One-Stop Shop IoT Solution

One-stop shop services, particularly from companies that offer IoT Solution Engines, are a good choice for customers where a single provider overcomes technology and supplier fragmentation barriers. Fundamentally, they drive solution efficiency, quality and reliability while simultaneously decreasing solution time to market.

The IoT Solution Engine is a concept that designates both completeness of one-stop shop services, and flexibility for solution customization. IoT Solution Engines are modularized, allowing plug and play hardware, software and services to address nearly all variations of customer IoT solution needs

The emerging need for interoperability across different industries and applications has necessitated a move away from an industry-specific approach to one that involves a common platform bringing together connected cars, connected buildings, connected industry, emergency services, local authority services and the many other stakeholders in the ecosystem.

GCC IoT Market

According to Machina research, the MENA’s IoT market will be worth $7.41 billion in 2019, up from $2.87 billion in 2015. Thirty percent will be generated by the Saudi IoT market which will be worth $2.19 billion in 2019. Connected car, connected building, and connected industry will be the dominant IoT sectors in the next five years, accounting for 98% of KSA IoT revenue.

The UAE IoT market will be worth $600 million in 2019, up from $253 mil- lion in 2015; while the Kuwait IoT market will be worth $391 million in 2019, up from $160 million in 2015.

The connected car opportunity

Connected car represents the inter- section of a mature, well-established vehicle telematics industry — perhaps the oldest and most mature part of the overall M2M market — with a much broader and more dynamic connected car market, with a wide range of services aimed at fulfilling the needs of the driver, the passengers, and the automotive industry itself.

Machina Research estimates that there will be approximately 15.32 million IoT connected devices in the automotive sector in Saudi Arabia by 2024, creating a market worth $2.44 billion.

The connected building opportunity

The degree of intelligence incorporated into global building stock (residential, commercial and public buildings) is increasing as costs fall, capabilities increase and energy saving becomes

a higher priority. Advanced intelligent building deployments are serving to illustrate what can be achieved with sophisticated ICT utilizing various forms of IoT communication.

In Saudi Arabia there are estimated to be 28.72 million IoT connected de- vices in the connected building sector growing to 104.77 million by 2024. This will represent a revenue opportunity of $1.8 billion.

The connected industry opportunity

Operational efficiency is one of the key attractions of the IoT, and early adopters are focused on these benefits. By introducing automation and more flexible production techniques, for instance, manufacturers could boost their productivity by as much as 30%.

For owners and operators of equipment, such as companies in a process industry, there is a real opportunity for increased revenues. The easy win is to avoid downtime and plant and facility shutdowns, thereby increasing production throughput.

Automate shipment and delivery by exactly predicting the time of arrival as well as quantity/quality monitoring of the product in-transit from manufacturer to retailers.

There are expected to be 1.3 million IoT connected industry devices in KSA by end of this year, growing to 3.02 million by 2024. In terms of revenue (service), at the end of 2016, the sector was worth $60.53 million in total. By 2024 this will have grown to $227 million.

ENG. Mohammed Al Khushail, Chairman, Machinestalk. wd.com-tech .gov Source:

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Actility and Machinestalk

Actility and Machinestalk partner to launch national LoRaWAN™ network for the internet of things in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia IoTx, Dubai, May 22st 2017: Actility, the industry leader in Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), and machinestalk, the leading IoT solutions provider, today announce they are working together to begin the roll-out of a large-scale LoRaWAN network in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

The partnership will combine the expertise of Actility with machinestalk’s market-leading IoT platform and solutions and will enable cutting-edge efficient and energy-saving IoT solutions and geolocation applications in the fields of smart cities and Industries, oil and gas, supply chain and logistics.

Managing Director Eng. Nawaaf Alshalani said, “We at Machinestalk always seek to build and present an integrated ecosystem to our clients. As a result, we are collaborating with Actility to implement LoRaWAN network and LPWAN technologies, which will give an added value to the region as a whole, and enable the grow of the IoT market in the Kingdom in line with the 2030 Vision. Our studies and research indicate that 11% of IoT connections will use LPWAN technologies that serve applications and solutions that require low-cost, multi-year battery operation, long-range connectivity, and geolocation. We are proud of our partnership with Actility, a leading company in this field and a developer of ThingPark, the leading IoT platform. This collaboration will help us to provide better IoT services and solutions for various private, government, and semi-government sectors.” Eng. Nawaf added.

“We’re delighted to be working with machinestalk to begin the rollout of a LoRaWAN network in Saudi Arabia,” says Actility CEO Mike Mulica. “As a provider of IoT solutions for over a decade, Machinestalk really understands the needs of the key industrial sectors in the Kingdom. Not only oil and gas, which are clearly pivotal, but also other applications in the

new domains being grown in response to the very forward looking Saudi Vision 2030. We believe that a this LPWAN communications network will be a powerful platform to accelerate the the implementation of that vision.”

Machinestalk is planning to use the LoRaWAN infrastructure to facilitate the implementation of IoT solutions in industry sectors including oil and gas, smart city solutions, M2M, and industrial applications. For the oil and gas industry, the network will support services including smart level monitoring and smart metering, improving the end to end supply chain. From the smart city perspective, machinestalk will deploy services including smart lighting solution, environmental monitoring, smart parking systems and waste management solutions resulting in more green, efficient and connected cities in Saudi Arabia and the MENA region.

About Machinestalk

As a leading IoT-based solutions provider, active for 10 years in Saudi Arabia, machinestalk platforms, services and products give enterprises the necessary insight to maximize efficiency and reinforce scalability. The machinestalk ecosystem stands out in this fragmented, highly competitive, and rapidly changing yet promising market. It takes many players, like hardware providers, programmers, technical support and customer service, to come up with a solid IoT solution. All of our services and products are designed to relieve customers from dealing with many providers to get the desired result. We provide ready-to-use, easily installable and highly interoperable solutions that provide the essential insight to run exceptionally efficient operations. machinestalk is proud to be trusted by more than 2000 private and public entities in Saudi Arabia. For more information, please visit https://machinestalk.com

About Actility & ThingPark™

Actility is the industry leader in LPWA (Low Power Wide Area) large-scale infrastructure and the innovator behind the ThingPark IoT Solution platform. ThingPark is a carrier-grade IoT platform, which enables service providers to accelerate their IoT strategy and go-to-market. ThingPark Wireless delivers long-range networks for low-power sensors and devices. ThingPark Mash-up provides IoT protocol and data mediation services,

enabling web applications to connect seamlessly with data from a vast range of different sensors. ThingPark Marketplace is at the heart of an ecosystem of certified IoT devices, connectivity, and application partners. Actility is a founding member of the LoRa Alliance. To find out more, please visit http://www.actility.com

For more information, please contact: Machinestalk Nawaf AlShalani, Managing Director: [email protected] Adnen Somai, CMO: [email protected]

Actility Anne van Gemert: [email protected]

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Machinestalk participation in Jubail IIoT 2018

Machinestalk participated in the conference and exhibition of Industrial Internet of Things that was held in Jubail city on Tuesday and Wednesday 11-12 December.
During that time, we had the chance to meet and answer the questions of our booth visitors and tell them all about the services we at Machinestalk provide and show them some use cases as well. Moreover, Machinestalk was awarded as a silver sponsor for the event.
We had the pleaser to have the CEO of the Royal Commission of Jubail and Yanbu visit our booth and see all the services and solutions that Machinestalk provides.

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Saturday February 2019 MachinesTalk participation in the 2nd Saudi IoT

machinestalk participated in the 2nd Saudi IoT held from 13th to 15th February, 2019 at Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center – RICEC, KSA. This participation comes complying with the company strategy and objectives to present and provide its products and cutting-edge services in the field of Internet of Things to customers in all sectors and fields.
Saudi IoT Exhibition gathered the largest pioneer IoT companies in the region and worldwide in order to present the latest solutions, technologies and innovations that would help in digital transformation for public, private and business sectors.
Machinestalk Booth # P5 received partners, visitors and clients interested in IoT, where the company products, services, solutions, and platforms that targets consumers, enterprises, government and semi-government sectors, were presented in the wing.
Our IoT solutions and platforms are in line with Kingdom vision 2030, and the digital transformation program in the Saudi Arabia.