Webinars! Everything About Our Devices, Services and IoT in General.

Where can I find more information on how Sigfox IoT sensors work, API 6, IOFrog platform, mistakes in IoT sales, IoT for the insurance sector, PoC in a box (IoT LEGO boxes) and the CheckFox?

We regularly livestream and record webinars about various topics ranging from device sensors, device management platform, Sigfox technology to sales in the IoT industry and more.

 

You can find the livestreams recorded on YouTube in this playlist.

 

You can also sign up for upcoming webinars on our website where you can also find links to the presentation files downloads.

 

And what can you learn?


Webinar 1
: How physical sensors in IoT work, what they can do and what they cannot. Useful for anybody who's looking for a use case solution.

Webinar 2: SimpleHw API 6 - why is it revolutionary? Highly recommended for everyone who's working on implementing our devices as a solution to their use case.

Webinar 3: IOFrog: Not just another Sigfox platform? Recommended for individuals who do not want to work with the Sigfox backend directly and would instead prefer to use a user-friendly device management platform.

Webinar 4: Seven biggest mistakes in IoT sales and how to avoid them. Recommended for salespeople, consultants, directors and anybody interested in the industry.

Webinar 5: Why IoT is so important for insurance companies. This is one of the most promising industries ripe for IoT implementation as the sensor allow the insurance companies to properly monitor their clients' insured goods and everything else.

Webinar 6: In IoT LEGO boxes we trust. How to properly introduce your customers to your IoT solution by providing them with a box with everything they will need in order to try out your sensor. Why PoC boxes matter and how to get the most out of the concept.

Webinar 7: Why do we all need to use the CheckFox and what's so Sigfox special about it? Why a single CheckFox device will make a big difference not only for Sigfox Operators, but for anybody who's deploying a Sigfox-based IoT solution either for themselves or for their clients.