Yggio acts as a real-time integration layer between services and connected assets, sensors, and networks, enabling multiple users and services to use data generated by both shared and private IoT devices.
Interoperability between IoT systems is critical.
Of the total potential economic value the IoT enables,
interoperability is required for 40 percent on average and for nearly 60 percent in some settings.
Anyone can provide sensors and data and anyone can develop new services.
Yggio's sharing mechanisms create a cross-functional infrastructure consisting of both private, shared and fully open IoT devices that can be used simultaneously by many different users and services.
APIs and data models are based on the FIWARE standard which minimizes lock-in effects.
Yggio already supports Z-wave, BACnet, M-Bus, LoRa, Bluetooth, LTE NB-IoT, and more, and new protocols are being added continuously.
All access to platforms, devices, and data is authenticated and meet GDPR's privacy protection requirements.
A service developed for one Yggio installation can easily be installed for other installations through a supplier-independent marketplace.
Smart Public Spaces is a project and a test bed for Smart Services by the Lund municipality in cooperation with Malmö city and about 30 companies.
In 2017 the city of Malmö decided that to improve the quality of life for their citizens, a digital transformation must take place. The ultimate goals are to strengthen Malmö as a city and make life a little simpler and more enjoyable for the people who live there.