Tibbo exhibited at the IoT Tech Expo Europe 2016

Tibbo exhibited at the IoT Tech Expo Europe 2016 which took place in London’s Olympia. These were fantastic two days, which have brought together a great number of well-known IoT industry companies and experts.

At the Expo, we have presented our innovative IoT architecture comprising the AggreGate IoT platform and Tibbo Project System (TPS) hardware. Combined together, AggreGate and TPS allow our clients to build and deploy sophisticated distributed control, monitoring and data collection systems.

The conference program consisted of several sessions dedicated to daily life IoT, industrial IoT, physical security, smart cities and more. Leading IoT experts have provided their own opinions and forecasts on the Internet of Things future development trends. Interesting topics and issues were raised within Q&A sessions.

Having been involved in this event, Tibbo gained very exciting and productive experience. We’ve discussed the collaboration prospects with potential partners, as well as met IoT market drivers and influencers.

Participation in IDC Internet of Things 2016 Conference in Moscow

On February 18, 2016 Tibbo will participate in IDC Internet of Things 2016 Conference in Moscow. This IoT event will discuss local, regional and global state of the industry along with its progress, challenges and outlook. Keynote speakers from most innovative companies will share lessons learned from IoT deployments, technological advancements in specific domains, and future industry trends.

Victor Polyakov, CEO of Tibbo Systems, will hold a speech on software and hardware IoT platforms market. In addition we are preparing AggreGate’s booth in exhibition area where you will be able to see and even try the Internet of Things.

It is a must-attend event! We invite our partners, customers and friends.

Tibbo will participate in IDC Internet of Things 2016 Conference in Moscow

Feb. 18, 9:00 A.M. - 16:30 P.M. RADISSON SLAVYANSKAYA HOTEL, 2 Ploschad Evropy, Moscow More information on participating as a visitor here.

Mission-critical Infrastructure Monitoring

Tibbo engineers successfully deployed a communication channel and emergency notification monitoring system for the EMERCOM of Russia.

In this deployment, AggreGate is monitoring and managing servers, workstations, as well as network and conference call equipment. It has significantly reduced the network diagnostic costs, as the new system accurately indicates location and root cause of a problems. Moreover, AggreGate has enabled radiation sensor monitoring at no additional cost.

Emergency notification monitoring system Mission-critical infrastructure monitoring

Check a new Case Study on our website.

Future Trends for the Industrial IoT- Interview with Victor Polyakov, CEO, Tibbo Systems – IoT Tech Expo Blog

Future Trends for the Industrial IoT- Interview with Victor Polyakov, CEO, Tibbo Systems
Victor Polyakov, CEO of Tibbo Systems, a leading manufacturer of AggreGate IoT Integration Platform and various IIoT hardware, has outlined his vision of the Internet of Things prospects to the IoT Tech Expo Europe 2016 organizers.

Source: Future Trends for the Industrial IoT- Interview with Victor Polyakov, CEO, Tibbo Systems - IoT Tech Expo Blog

Participation in IoT Tech Expo Europe 2016 in London

Tibbo will participate in ‪‎IoT TechExpo‬ Europe 2016. This event will bring together key industries from across Europe for two days of top level content and discussion. Industries include Manufacturing, Transport, Health, Logistics, Government, Energy and Automotive.

Tibbo at IoT TechExpo‬ Europe 2016



Welcome to visit us! 10-11 February, 2016. Hammersmith Rd, London W14, UK, Olympia, London, Booth#27.



Message Stream Driver

We’ve just released a new AggreGate device driver that enables to monitor any ASCII data coming via a Serial port or a TCP/UDP connection.

Suppose we have a device that sends an ASCII data stream. Let it be a remote GPS receiver connected via TCP 1001 port, which will be sending us its coordinates once per second. Each string ends with a newline character '\n'.

Using the driver is extremely easy.

Create a Message Stream device, configure it:

Now you can access values coming in each line via device properties: