Irish tech company Asavie pioneers new race track data system

Irish tech company Asavie has announced that its secure Internet of Things connectivity service is moving to the race track, working with Control to deliver a telemetry system for endurance racing.

Control’s TLM-Po telemetry modem, which is a purpose-built solution that offers race track coverage, wireless updates and car-to-cloud connectivity for real-time monitoring of critical aspects of vehicle performance and driver, will be used in events such as the European Le Mans Series, the Blancpain Endurance Series and the FIA ​​World Endurance Championship.

It provides full circuit coverage to automakers, which may have been a problem before, and a secure connection to the cloud.

“The solution allows teams to get real-time data from their motorsport recording system, such as the Cosworth smart color display,” said Nathan Sanders, CTO of Westbase Group and founder of Control . “Our software is constantly evolving based on feedback from tests, races and work with teams and manufacturers. This software can be delivered over the air, ensuring that the car device stays up to date and has the latest features.

Asia chief executive Ralph Shaw said the deal will build on an already successful relationship with the company and said it will continue to grow in the future.

“We see ourselves expanding our footprint into new vertical and horizontal markets,” he said, adding that the system is redefining high performance eteletry.

Mobile World Congress

Asavia is just one of many Irish companies exhibiting at this year’s Mobile World Congress. More than 100,000 people are expected to visit the event between its opening today and the event’s closing on March 1.

This year’s theme is “Mobile Creates a Better Tomorrow” and visitors can expect to see a plethora of new smartphones and related gadgets such as smartwatches. The event will also hear a lot about 5G, the next generation of mobile technology that has already started.

Enterprise Ireland takes a booth at the exhibition each year, with a mix of established businesses and small startups hosted at the Ireland Pavilion.

This year, six high-potential start-ups and eight established Irish companies will exhibit at the Enterprise Ireland booth. Among them are online security technology company iKydz, which plans to unveil a new product tomorrow, and mobility solutions provider Cubic Telecom, which will have news later this week.

Cloud-based communications software company Amiba will showcase its systems designed to help small and medium-sized businesses stay in touch with their staff and customers.

Diverse audience

Cork and Boston-based Inhance Technology will also be present, along with Cork-based Internet of Things company Fijowave and Software Radio Systems.

Also on the EI booth are Velona, ​​which uses in-depth DNA signaling analysis to protect businesses against voice malware attacks, and Area22, which is helping create a new ‘voice first’ channel. .

“Irish companies exhibiting at Mobile World Congress are worthy ambassadors of Ireland’s highly regarded mobile technology industry, providing innovative solutions to a range of business and consumer needs with the strong support of Enterprise Ireland,” said the Minister of State for Natural Resources. , Community Affairs and Digital Development, Sean Kyne.

Enterprise Ireland’s Director for ICT and International Services, Neill O’Donnellan, said the exhibition was a great platform for Irish businesses to showcase their cutting-edge technologies to a diverse international audience. “They will have the opportunity to meet potential buyers, participate in networking events and demonstrate their quality offering to international companies,” he said. “Enterprise Ireland’s presence at the congress via the Irish pavilion booth is a very visible example of our commitment to boosting Irish exports, helping businesses start and expand into new markets and creating jobs here at we. “

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