The selection for the hubraum IoT program is final. The program team has selected 12 solution partners who are ready for the technical onboarding and business development phases.

Hubraum IoT Program with Microsoft is an initiative enabling close cooperation with the giants of communication and IT. Hubraum starts its new program with the aim to lead Solution Partners to commercialize within IoT bundles launched by Deutsche Telekom.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we announced a fusion of skills and technology to create next level IoT solutions. How? By combining DT’s IoT connectivity, the integration via the Microsoft Azure platform and the Axonize orchestration layer for rapid end-to-end service delivery.

Selected and implemented solutions will therefore be supported by T-Systems International and Microsoft in further commercialization as integrated IoT bundles from Deutsche Telekom.

In the application phase of hubraum IoT Program with Microsoft, scouting team was looking for use-cases operating in the areas of: smart building, smart industry, smart city, smart hospital and asset tracking that are focused on defined IoT bundles.

During the selection meeting in Krakow, the program team has selected 12 Solution Partners that will start their work soon in Krakow at onboarding workshop:

Abaro –fully autonomous smart building sensors
BS2 – sensors that recognize damage to buildings
Ecolife – air sensors and analysis for healthy breathing
Evja – sensors and algorithms supporting farmers
Evreka – smart waste management solutions
Greenbird Vertriebs – sensors supporting the cleaning of buildings
Kwik – data driven IoT automation
Meazon – energy monitoring and control platform
Quantislabs – PlantCT which can detect and diagnose plant diseases on-site
Sensefinity – solution for sense, track, and analyze data via an IoT technology
Shake-on – smart bracelet for transferring information through handshakes
Soil Scout – underground sensors that collect in near real-time important underground factors

NEXT STEPS

June – July | Selected teams conduct a tech integration and business development
September – November | Partners will have the opportunity for further development as integrated Deutsche Telekom IoT Bundles