Packetworx to Deploy the First Location of Things (LoT) Infrastructure in the Philippines With ORBiz International Ltd.

Packetworx, the leading Internet of Things (IoT) company in the Philippines, signed an exclusive agreement with ORBiz to build and deploy the very first Location of Things (LoT) infrastructure in the Greater Metro Manila in the next 3-6 months, and expand quickly to other major cities in the country.

ORBiz International Ltd. is the leading enterprise IoT location platform and network solution provider in Asia that enables Location of Things (LoT) applications.

‘This partnership will enable enterprise-grade tracking and monitoring solution. Industries that rely on tracking and location, such as logistics and supply chain, can get up to centimeter and millimeter positioning accuracy,’ says Arnold Bagabaldo, Founder and CEO of Packetworx.

Various applications for positioning data can be used for tracking, emergency and disaster preparedness, mapping and surveying for real estate and related industries to get accurate measurements like property boundaries.

‘For telecommunications companies, we can provide accurate information up to millimeter level to map and locate underground fiber installations. We can now measure the sways and movement of buildings and other structures like bridges to monitor safety,’ explains Arnold.

The LoT Solutions

ORBiz provides secure, accurate, and reliable location intelligence and end-to-end track & trace capability. It uses Real Time Kinematics (RTK), a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) technology that is capable of partially removing signal propagation errors due to density differences in atmospheric layers. It is capable of creating and gathering real-time correction data that allows for more accurate positioning than the traditional unassisted measurements currently being used by the industry.

‘We use RTK chips and devices that are openly available. Any RTK compliant and compatible chip will work with us so they can integrate that into centimeter and millimeter level accuracy.’ explains Jason Lee, CEO of ORBiz.

In partnership with ORBiz, Packetworx will deploy Continuous Operating Reference Stations (CORS) in the Philippines. It enhances GPS location and positioning to provide more accurate and precise locations of objects or vehicles being tracked. The base stations will connect enterprise IoT applications including but not limited to transportation, logistics, construction, safety, insurance, and land development.

‘We’re offering this as an easy-to-use Application Programming Interface (API) that you can subscribe from to get the correction information to give you meter, centimeter, and millimeter level accuracy,’ says Arnold.

These LoT solutions will allow enterprise customers to create better decisions to improve their operations, develop better products and services and provide better experience for their customers.

About Packetworx

Packetworx is a technology social enterprise which focuses on enabling IoT in the Philippines. It is a member of the LoRa Alliance™, a worldwide alliance of over 500-member companies that support the standardization of LPWAN with the LoRaWAN® specification and has created a certification and compliance program to ensure interoperability among its members.

It is the official host for The Things Network in the Philippines and South East Asia. The Things Network (TTN) is the largest community of startups, businesses and developers globally building a public LoRaWAN® network.

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About ORBiz International Ltd.

Focused on providing secure, accurate and reliable solutions for industries, government sectors and IOT/M2M enablers where positioning, navigation and tracking/telemetry are crucial to the extent of life-saving in certain cases.

Our proprietary satellite embedded solutions provide 2 way authenticated communication solutions to customers with IoT sensors, terminals and backend management applications through the space transmission media (i.e. multiple satellite systems) and the earth transmission media (i.e. mobile networks) to serve Asia Pacific region in urban and remotes area.

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