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Thinxtra celebrates its 7th anniversary. It has been a truly incredible journey from completing the deployment of our national, public 0G Network in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong - to enabling the ecosystem that is helping customers transmit more than 2bn messages per month. Each and every message provides valuable asset data insights for our partners and customers creating significant operational business efficiencies for a more sustainable world. 

Today, our team at Thinxtra is unleashing the value that Massive IoT promises to deliver by providing the best total cost of ownership, the lowest risk and most scalable IoT solutions. Simply put, "Thinxtra exists to unlock value and drive sustainable efficiencies by connecting your asset data.

 A huge thank you to all our partners, customers, supporters and of course, our amazing staff! The best is yet to come!


The Gap Cubbyhouse Montessori improves classroom health and safety with IoT powered IAQ monitoring solution


The Gap Cubbyhouse Montessori in Brisbane implemented an IAQ Monitoring Solution, comprising IoT sensors that measure CO2, temperature, and humidity levels.
The data recorded by the sensors is transmitted in real time over Thinxtra’s 0G Network, and available to view in Zeplin’s remotely accessible, cloud-based application.


Soracom now connects more than 4 million IoT devices worldwide


Use of Soracom’s secure, scalable, connectivity platform has expanded dramatically thanks to accelerating adoption across industries and geographies.

In the consumer electronics industry, for example, companies use Soracom connectivity to achieve a 30 percent decrease in power usage.


Operationalising net zero through the power of IoT


The business community has long embraced net-zero and started to recalibrate how they work towards 2030 goals.
To help reach these marks, industries such as utilities, agriculture, banking and transport are harnessing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT).

How PB Traffic is preventing traffic light theft


PB Traffic was losing around NZ$60,000 a year in equipment and associated costs, so something had to be done, especially because of the safety hazards resulting from inoperative or stolen traffic lights.

Find out how PB Traffic tracks stolen traffic lights to the address where they have been taken, and recovers the property.


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