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SPS Italia Bilateral Meeting 2018

We are glad to announce our participation to the SPS Italia Bilateral Meeting 2018 taking place in Parma (Italy), on May 22-24. SPS Italia is the leading platform for the industrial automation in Italy and aims to bring together suppliers and producers whose interest focuses on new technologies of Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0. The event is organized by …

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New Scientific Publication on IoT and Edge Computing by Caligoo’s Co-Founders is Out Now

We are proud to announce our team members Marco Picone and Simone Cirani, among Caligoo’s founding team, recently published a new article on the Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks where they propose a novel network architecture for the management of large numbers of resources in a scalable, seamless, and secure way. The article has …

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If WiFi Only Had Brains

This note intends – using the example of a WiFi access network – to describe Caligoo’s efforts to introduce a revolutionary approach to all the access networks in general, that we believe will accelerate the intersection of humans, devices, smart cities and companies now and into the foreseeable future. The Caligoo team combined its vast …

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Discover New Value in Old Assets with Caligoo’s Indoor Localization Technology

At Caligoo innovation is our mission.   We chose to embrace the new paradigm of Edge Computing, where resources are phisically closer to the user in order to deliver contents quickly and effectively. Thanks to this model, we are introducing on the market a number of unique tools, which are designed to trigger valuable actions …

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Toward Networking Humans and Objects — At the Edge

As the world of computing evolved over the last 30 years — from the mainframe to the cloud and now to the edge — access network architecture and technology has unfortunately failed to keep up with this evolution. These networks were designed and functionally remain a system of “pipes” moving “bits”. To date, their purpose has been to conveniently …

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