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ABOUT US

EMAGA Interconnect, headquartered in Shenzhen China, is a subsidiary of EMDOOR Group, which is one of the largest IT devices solution providers in China with 17 years experience in software and hardware development. 

Since established in Feb 2017, EMAGA has been dedicated to providing IoT solution based on cutting-edge LPWAN technology-LoRaWAN for Smart Public Lighting Management, and has acquired 60 state patents in related fields. Our turn-key IoT solution includes hardware design and manufacturing, software development, field engineering instruction and afterwards ongoing operation service.

Development Path

  • Company established, joined LoRa alliance

    Feb 2017

  • Launched smart street lighting solution development

    Apr 2017

  • ARM Artificial Intelligence Ecology Alliance

    Sep 2017

  • Multi-million financing from a state-owned capital

    Dec 2017

  • Pilot project deployed and approved in China

    Oct 2018

INFRASTRUCTURE - Smart City IoT Network

What is a SMART CITY IoT NETWORK?

The communication method between human beings has undergone a long journey from the primitive mail, to phone, to the present internet. Every time of evolution of the communication between people has profoundly changed our view of ourselves and also created a smarter human society. From the experience of connecting people, we have discovered a great potential to harness the accumulated technology to connect various things that affect our lives in every respect. The network of all kinds of facilities and devices being connected which is widely known as Internet of Things(IoT) enables us to see, monitor, and manage the world in a much smarter way.

EMAGA develops the whole infrastructure of SMART CITY IoT NETWORK, including cloud server platform, wireless communication system, and end-device modules.


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    Demo system with 100 street lights

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