Skkynet Industrial IoT Solutions Shown at Japan IT Week

Three Skkynet partners demonstrate remote monitoring, building management, data collection, and custom control systems at Japan IT Week, using Skkynet technologies.

Mississauga, Ontario, May 11, 2016 – Skkynet Cloud Systems, Inc. (“Skkynet” or “the Company”) (OTCQB:SKKY), a global leader in real-time cloud information systems, announces that its SkkyHub™ cloud service, DataHub® industrial real-time middleware,WebView™ web-based HMI and Embedded Toolkit will be used to provide data connectivity for demos by partners BellChild Ltd., TOA Musendenki Co., Ltd, and Nissin Systems Co., Ltd at the IoT/M2M EXPO of the Japan IT Week exhibition in Tokyo from May 11-13.

TOA Musendenki will display a remote monitoring solution, connecting motors and sensors to Skkynet’s WebView web-based HMI, using low-power radio wireless from EnOcean devices, as well as a demo of using a wireless sensor network board from TecStar (division of Macnica, Inc.) to show sensor data in real time. (Booth West2-60) Working with Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd., TOA will also display building management solutions using 920MHz wireless communication module and environment sensors. (Booth West1-34)

BellChild will demonstrate remote monitoring of anemometer data, displayed on WebView, using a Red Lion Sixnet® RAM® cellular RTU running the ETK, connecting via the iBRESS Secure Micro Cloud Service (powered by DataHub).  BellChild will also demonstrate connectivity to the iBRESS Secure Micro Cloud Service from compatible devices using variety of industrial communication protocols such as OPC-UA, Modbus and EtherCAT. (Booth West2-60)

Nissin Systems will exhibit customizable monitoring and control User Interface solutions using Skkynet’s DataHub for individual customers who want to monitor and control data for analysis of embedded databases and Energy Management Systems (EMS). Nissin will also show a wide variety of applications for wireless communication technology and sensor network technology for IoT/M2M systems. (Booth West3-46)

“These exhibits by our partners at Japan IT Week demonstrate the broad range of Skkynet’s end-to-end solutions for the Industrial IoT,” said Paul Thomas, President of Skkynet. “The variety of systems they are using shows how well Skkynet technology applies to a wide diversity IoT and M2M project requirements.”

Skkynet’s SkkyHub service allows industrial and embedded systems to securely network live data in real time from any location. It enables bidirectional supervisory control, integration and sharing of data with multiple users, and real-time access to selected data sets in a web browser. The service is capable of handling over 50,000 data changes per second per client, at speeds of just microseconds over Internet latency. Secure by design, it requires no VPN, no open firewall ports, no special programming, and no additional hardware.

Skkynet’s Cogent DataHub industrial middleware solution connects to virtually any industrial system using standard protocols such as OPC, Modbus, TCP, and ODBC to support OPC networking, server-server bridging, aggregation, data logging, redundancy, and web-based HMI. The Skkynet Embedded Toolkit (ETK) allows embedded devices to make a secure connection to the Internet of Things, enabling real-time, bidirectional data flow and edge computing using a built-in scripting language.

About Skkynet Cloud Systems, Inc.

Skkynet Cloud Systems, Inc. (OTCQB:SKKY) is a global leader in real-time cloud information systems. The Skkynet Connected Systems platform includes the award-winning SkkyHub™ service, DataHub®, WebView™, and Embedded Toolkit (ETK) software. The platform enables real-time data connectivity for industrial, embedded, and financial systems, with no programming required. Skkynet’s platform is uniquely positioned for the “Internet of Things” and “Industry 4.0” because unlike the traditional approach for networked systems, SkkyHub is secure-by-design. Customers include Microsoft, Caterpillar, Siemens, Metso, ABB, Honeywell, IBM, GE, Statoil, Goodyear, BASF, E.ON, Bombardier, and the Bank of Canada. For more information, see

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