We’re very pleased to announce partnerships and integrations with industry leaders Autodesk and Skyhook. Advancing our partner ecosystem will help our mutual customers unlock the value of IoT-connected device data by making the information more accessible, actionable and geographically relevant.

We’re now reaching a point in the market where companies are moving from tests and pilots of connected devices to massive full-scale deployments. Our impCloud™ has now exchanged more than 175 billion customer messages with imp-enabled connected devices deployed across 105 countries — a great indicator of this market shift.

This progression in the industry also requires more work from IoT players to produce and maintain devices. To get there, businesses must pursue more complete enterprise integrations to ensure IoT is being used most effectively for their business.

The integration of Autodesk’s Fusion Connect (previously SeeControl) service with Electric Imp’s IoT Connectivity Platform will assure that edge sensor and device data is delivered securely to the cloud to gain insights into product performance, help predict failures, create new revenue streams and optimize the supply chain. Autodesk’s Fusion Connect is a no-code, cloud-based, enterprise IoT service that gives designers the ability to collect the data being generated by the products they offer. You can view Electric Imp’s Fusion Connect code library here.

Through a second new integration, Electric Imp customers can now tap Skyhook’s global network of billions of Wi-Fi and cellular network node locations to create reliable and accurate insights into IoT edge device physical siting and use. Electric Imp’s Skyhook Truefix code library is detailed here.

Our partner ecosystem is critical to our success. It’s why we’re growing globally and able to pass the 175 billion customer messages milestone. We’re very pleased to welcome and work with Autodesk and Skyhook as we deliver real-world solutions for real-world IoT.

Hugo Fiennes,
Electric Imp