| Company Name
||Data Alliance Co. Ltd.
| Head of Company
||Mr. Kwang Bum Lee, CEO
||Seoul, South Korea
| Official Website
| Company Established
| Number of Employees
| Smart City Areas
- LoRaWAN Server (S/W) to build private IoT networks for cities
- Next Generation LoRa Gateway (H/W) for GPS-free geolocation services
- Total smart city solutions, including Smart Air Quality Monitoring, Smart Waste Management (smart trashcans), Smart Streetlights, Smart Metering for electricity/water/gas, Industrial freezer temperature/humidity monitoring, etc.
| Company Profile
||Data Alliance is a blockchain-based, shared IoT platform provider. Its main business areas are as follows:
(1) LoRaWAN Network Server (S/W)
Data Alliance provides a LoRaWAN Network Server (S/W) for cities to build its own LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) private IoT networks. Cities can provide LoRa-based IoT services for citizens using their private IoT networks.
Data Alliance provides a next-generation LoWaRAN gateway (H/W) for cities to build GPS-free geolocation services for its citizens. This technology enables cities to provide services for elderly people or children using GPS-free devices to find the location of elderly people or children.
Data Alliance provides smart city total solutions such as:
- Smart air quality monitoring (Indoor/outdoor/industrial air quality (PM 2.5, PM10), temperature/humidity, and TVOC (Total Volatile Organic Compounds), monitoring)
- Smart waste management (smart trashcans)
- Smart streetlights
- Smart metering for electricity/water/gas
- Industrial freezer temperature/humidity monitoring
Data Alliance provides PoCs for smart city solutions as well as smart city consulting services
(2) OCF Standard-based Cloud Server (S/W)
OCF stands for the Open Connectivity Foundation. The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) is dedicated to ensuring secure interoperability for consumers, businesses, and industries by delivering a standard communications platform, a bridging specification, an open-source implementation and a certification program allowing devices to communicate regardless of form factor, operating system, service provider, transport technology or ecosystem.
The OCF 1.- specification has been ratified as an International Standard by ISO/IC JTC 1 (Join Technical Committee for ICT standardization of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)).
Data Alliance provides an OCF standard-based cloud server (S/W) and related systems for building smart homes.
(3) Blockchain-based IoT Platform
Data Alliance is currently building an integrated IoT platform based on blockchain technologies and plans to provide it as a product to cities in the near future.
Using this integrated IoT platform, cities can integrate LoRaWAN-based smart city IoT networks and OCF-based smart home networks as one network. It will enable cities to provide integrated IoT services to its citizens by combining smart city services and smart home service
| City/Country Portfolio
- Seoul, Busan, Kimhae, Uljoo, Yangsan (Korea)
- Bangkok (Thailand)
||Introduction to Data Alliance (PDF)