Enabling.be is becoming enco.io, the official launch is planned for oct 20th. Now, it’s time to hit the road! But before doing so, let’s take a second to describe next events where EnCo will be involved.
In the past few months we have been hinting towards a massive upgrade of our enabling platform, where we move from a business preview to a commercial platform. With enco.io, we are happy to announce that we are ready, and you can expect a whole new experience starting in October!
The Innovation Days offered EnCo a good occasion to work again with partners Verhaert and Technobel. In workshops, employees could play with our assets to make a prototype and pitch an original business idea. And it is not over…
The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences is a great museum for his unique collection of dinosaurs, of course. But it does a lot of other things… They even built an IoT prototype! We met Christian Burlet, one of our powerful users. He works on preserving and studying extremely rare meteorites coming from all parts of the world.
DIS or Directory Information Service is a simple but yet powerful API as it allows scoring and autocompletion of addresses. It opens access to the well known Belgian service 1207.be and 1307.be which are getting rejuvenated as an API asset. The Directory Information Service API arrived beginning of July as part of a minor platform update.
One of the works our team has been doing the past few weeks is improve on the AllThingsTalkArduino LoRa library making it more compatible with the LoRaWAN™ specifications. By making a unified interface on the library, it can also be used cross-platform. A Python version will also be available. Who said for the LoPy?
Proximus EnCo is working around the clock to exit from beta stage and enter in official v.1. ! Now, more than ever, we need your feedback… and you ll get (well) rewarded for it: we giveaway 10 WiPy ! Read more
Winner of the public prize at Hackapost, Curious Craft release Le passeur, their first mobile application, for the Museum Marimont ! The young walloon videogame studio don’t do (yet!) raw video games. In fact they put gamification mechanisms in traditional app. They surprised everyone with a great interface at Hackapost and now revolutionizing the relation visitors have with a museum collection.
At Hackpost, Waylay and Solvice join forces to optimize the delivery flow. It may look simple as an Idea now that a lot of people use services like Uber but the technical challenge was huge: find a way to integrate different API Backends. The tricky part is also that both the source and destination of the delivery are not constant and the driver needs to get notifications on his iOS/ Android device in real time!