Friday the 9th of November at 9:00, the Nasdaq Copenhagen opening bell was rung at Seluxit’s office in Aalborg, marking the first day of trade of Seluxit stock.
Daniel Lux, Seluxit CEO, had a chance to tell the story of Seluxit on a more personal level on the podcast, “Iværksætter Historier” (Entrepreneur Stories), recorded at the TechBBQ in Copenhagen.
“Vi er bedre end Amazon til Internet of Things.” siger Seluxit CEO, Daniel Lux, i interview med Børsen Play, hvor han fortæller om den igangværende børsnotering på Nasdaq First North.
Seluxit CEO, Daniel Lux, has been called on to share his expertise on the topic of 5G and the Smart Grid at the upcoming Tele2018 event the 24th of October in Copenhagen.
Together with Kamstrup, Uggerly, and 9 other selected companies, Seluxit will join a series researchers in a smarthome pilot project led by the Department of Management of Aarhus University.
Seluxit CEO, Daniel Lux, was at TechBBQ 2018, talking pros and cons of early-stage IPOs together with a panel including Carsten Borring, Head of Listings & Capital Market, Nasdaq. Seluxit is doing an IPO first now, after 12 profitable years without an infusion of outside capital.
Seluxit is on the EC’s elite Innovation Radar, an initiative supported by the European Commission focusing on the identification of high-potential innovations and the key innovators behind them in FP7, CIP and Horizon 2020 projects.
The Danish Prime Minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, will lead a Danish delegation to the Smart Country Convention to be held in Berlin the 20 November. Seluxit serve as a primary example of a Danish-German collaboration success story.
Seluxit was honored to receive a visit from the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Denmark. We received Dr. Sizhen Peng, Counsellor from the Chinese Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
Chinese business moguls know that creating connected products can be a huge boon for their business. To conquer European markets they need trusted European vendors with excellent European references and a track record of success.
Wappsto had its American debut this week at SXSW in Austin, TX. Wappsto is a datamarket with an integrated appstore. You can sell your data, buy my data, and use it in meaningful applications.
The European Commission’s Innovation Radar is sending us to Austin, Texas. We’ll be showcasing our product, Wappsto. Wappsto is a datamarket with an integrated appstore. You can sell your data, buy my data, and use it in meaningful applications.
Seluxit CEO, Daniel Lux, will be presenting “Generate Revenue with NB-IoT & LTE-M” at a NEXTech Lab in Hall 8.0 NEXTech at this years Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Seluxit is coordinating the CASEK project as part of the prestigious H2020 FET Innovation Launchpad action. Seluxit has represented CASEK at midterm workshop at the Research Executive Agency’s headquarters at Covent Garden in Brussels together with the other 16 projects.
Our (very nice) customer, Fremco, showed up today with a cake to celebrate a milestone in the development of a common project. The cake tasted good, despite the baker’s mistake of writing ‘Nanoflow’ instead of the correct name of the product: ‘Microflow‘.
Seluxit was present at the annual Christmas party hosted by the Nordic Military Attachés to Germany held at the Nordic Embassies in Berlin. The party of the year, we were told on more than one occasion.
As more and more companies develop smart, connected products, the importance of prototyping only increases. Managing risk and decreasing time-to-market depend on it. But the requirements of smart, connected products are different than conventional products and complicate the prototyping process.
Seluxit Project Manager, Brian Boyles, participated as a judge for the regionals of the 2017 Danish Championship in Technology for HTX students (Danish secondary school).
Seluxit has just sponsored the Google I/O Extended event our home city of Aalborg, Denmark. At the event, and by popular demand, we’ve brought back our Love Potions Maker demonstrator, first shown at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year.
Hesitation can be the bane of innovation. With this in mind, the European Commission has created the Future and Emerging Technology (FET) Innovation Launchpad to bring novel ideas generated through FET research projects closer to market.
About two-thirds of Seluxit’s workplace is foreign born, including several from outside the EU. Diversity strengthens innovation, and nationality is one important parameter along with age, gender, professional background, personality and other factors.
Love potions was the theme of Seluxit’s stand at the recent Mobile World Conference in Barcelona (27 of February to 2 of March, 2017). We thought the world needed more love, but aside from that, we used the theme to demonstrate and introduce our new initiative, Q.
Love potions… If the connection between the IoT and love potions isn’t obvious to you, then you should come to Barcelona at the end of February to the Mobile World Congress. We’ll tell you how you make your customers love the IoT.
The Internet of Things is fun. While our company and our customers depend on the business value generated by IoT applications, there’s also a popular wave of hobbyists that are unburdened by these concerns. That doesn’t mean that hobbyists have cornered the market on having fun with the IoT though.
“Ein sicher vernetztes Smart Home mit Lemonbeat” is the title of the German-language article recently published in the influential periodical Elektronik Praxis. The article features Seluxit co-developed Lemonbeat, thereby showcasing many of the hallmarks of Seluxit’s approach to the IoT. The heavyweight German utility RWE is a longstanding Seluxit customer (read the RWE casestudy) and […]
Seluxit has just joined the AllSeen Alliance and will hit the ground running. “Seluxit has a clear agenda and will contribute concretely to the development of the AllJoyn® Framework” said Philip DesAutels, senior director, IoT, AllSeen Alliance. “Like all of our members, they are focused on open-interoperability standards because they see it as a win […]
Long range, low power and high throughput. This combination is often the requirement of a commercially viable IoT solution, but it’s not that easy, and every use case has its own special challenges At Seluxit, we excel at solving these special challenges.
“Die Zukunft des Gartens hat begonnen” – The future of the garden has begun This is the message from Gardena, whose smart-garden solution is available in the market from early April, 2016. Seluxit has had a central role in the project, consisting of a robotic mower, humidity sensor, watering computer (for a sprinkler), gateway and […]
Seluxit is 10 years old today. Our growth has been 100% organic, and we’re self-owned. What’s more, we’ve made a profit every year since our founding. That’s not a story we’re used to seeing in the landscape of IoT companies we consider our peers.
Seluxit’s IoT platform is versatile, in addition to being field-tested, robust, secure and scalable. Underpinning this versatility, the theme of our exhibition at the recent Mobile World Conference in Barcelona (22-25 of February, 2016) was “The Internet of Beer”.
Seluxit CEO, Daniel Lux, has once again weighed in at the recent joint meeting between W3C and the IETF in Sapporo and Yokohama, Japan (October, 2015). The meeting was held under the auspices of the W3C’s Web of Things IG, concerned with driving IoT standards higher up the stack.
Can Denmark keep its leading edge in the development of smart products in the global market? The 10.000 member companies of the The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI) are looking to Seluxit and our peers to help ensure that the answer is yes.
Seluxit is featured today in the leading Danish financial paper Børsen. The full-page article is on the back cover of the digital section, and outlines Seluxit’s work on the smartgarden solution for Gardena of the Husqvarna Group, as well as Seluxit’s imminent growth potential and openness for investment. Subscribers to Børsen can read the article […]
Seluxit will be exhibiting at the European Utility Week event in Vienna the 3-5 November, 2015 at Hall B, stand f02. As the company behind the core technology of several utilities’ smarthome solutions, Seluxit has the credentials and experience to deliver the smart-home related services utilities are seeking to bind their customers.
There is no dearth of trade shows whose names indicate their focus on the Internet of Things. Not that we have anything against the moniker as such, but we wont be at any of them. Where will we be then?
Husqvarna Group has recently announced a collaboration with the Danish IoT firm, Seluxit. Seluxit has been providing hardware and software expertise in the areas of device connectivity, interoperability, and cloud data handling for its own smart garden concept under the Gardena brand which will be launched starting in 2016. This concept connects automatic watering and […]
Daniel Lux, Seluxit CEO, has recently participated in the 93rd Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting in Prague the 19-24 July, 2015. At the meeting, Daniel presented the talk “Self-describing, interoperable and configurable Things” to the joint working group between the IETF and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) researching the topic of the Internet […]
11 virksomheder udstillede i år på den danske fællesstand på ”Mobile World Congress” i Barcelona, der er den største messe i verden inden for IT- og mobilindustrien. Virksomheden Seluxit, der deltog for første gang, fik øget sin synlighed på verdensplan betragteligt. Seluxit i Aalborg var for første gang i år repræsenteret på ”Mobile World Congress” […]
There’s a lot of buzz about security concerns and IoT. Numerous media headlines bemoan the poor quality or conspicuous lack of security in IoT solutions. But can it be so hard for IoT architects to develop systems that adequately address security issues? As so often, the devil is in the details. Let’s break it down […]
IT development and consultancy group Cybercom and IoT specialists Seluxit have recently announced a strategic partnership to ensure even broader and more technologically robust Internet of Things technologies for their clients. The partnership has been forged in response to increased concrete market demand for getting products to market that are IoT enabled.
The internet of things can revolutionise the way we live and work, but don’t assume it will be easy. Significant impediments remain. For starters, ignoring the need for rules around high level functionality and only standardising around core networking and security looks like folly. Imagine yourself a few years into the future. You’re about to […]
While the number of things in the internet is steadily increasing, the big breakthrough has still not happened. There are numerous reasons for why this still has not happened. I would like to focus this discussion on the following ones: Lack of a good widely used application layer Too much effort is spent on discussing […]