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For many companies especially in telecommunications, employees who needs access to remote sites/assets must get the necessary permissions, before collecting the keys from a general office or storage center. Collecting the keys on a normal day with hectic traffic usually takes 5 to 6 hours, to and fro. The overall process happens at least once a week for numerous sites. Site managers are troubled as they seldom know exactly what is going on with the companies’ assets.
With the support from the government of Singapore, Willowmore has developed the IOT gateway technology. This technology allows real time on-site monitoring of numerous Bluetooth enabled devices, allowing telecom equipment performance to be enhanced to higher levels. The system can operate even if telecom and power networks are off air.
Willowmore plans to showcase the gateway at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on 26th February 2018, and have plans to take the technology to telecom operators and tower companies across the region, heralding a new wave of security and efficiency for the industry. This solution is in tune with Singapore’s SMART Nation initiative and Willowmore plans to expand the business further by securing assets and drive efficiency in any business that uses the traditional lock and key system.
About Protelindo and Willowmore
To date, Protelindo owns overs 14,800 towers. With over 25,000 tenants, Protelindo is the largest independent tower companies for wireless infrastructure company with the headquarters located in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Willowmore Pte Ltd is a Singapore-based IOT company. Willowmore owns Airov8, a telecoms consulting firm that provides network design and procurement solutions to operators. As an expert in telecommunications, Willowmore supported a local government body to build a software that focuses on telecommunication industry while producing the smart locks.