Alliot Technologies has today announced an expansion to its smart city offering with a new distribution agreement with innovators, Bosch. The new agreement will see Alliot supply Bosch’s smart parking sensor range throughout the UK and Europe.
Strengthening Alliot’s Smart City range of devices, the Bosch LoRaWAN parking sensor is the first of its kind to be added to the distributor’s offering who have recently been revealed as finalists for the solution provider of the year award in the 2020 Smart Cities UK Awards.
Commenting on the new agreement, Paul Hayes, Technical Director at Alliot said, “Our new agreement with Bosch couldn’t have come at a better time. Having just returned from the Things Conference in Amsterdam, the demand for smarter solutions in our cities is huge – the range was really well received!
“We are delighted to have secured this agreement and very much look forward to working alongside Bosch to develop the IoT channel throughout Europe.”
Klaus Peter Wagner, Head of Sales and Marketing at Bosch said, “The Partnership is an important step as it allows a common market approach for Alliot and Bosch and to generate more value for our customers.”
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