HOPU and CUSUSOLT reinforce strategic alliances to promote the development of tangible and scalable solutions in IoT and AI

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May 14, 2020

HOPU (Human Oriented Products for Urbanism) is a Spanish company leader in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions innovation, designs, manufactures and markets its own targeted sensors, to the smart cities, properly exploiting the data thrown by the devices. Antonio Jara, current CEO of HOPU and Diego Cáceres, CEO of CUSUSOLT, bet on research and development in solutions real, tangible and scalable in IoT and AI.

Both companies have worked hand in hand on the SMART project – WAMENAP, designing and developing a global monitoring system, urban waste management and mapping of the environmental condition; using IoT and M2M encompassed on a Smart City platform in the Arequipa region, it should also be noted that CUSUSOLT is a distributor authorized in Peru by HOPU.

CUSUSOLT, not only cares about offering specialized services in engineering and consulting of R & D & i projects, but also strives to maintain and strengthen their alliances, seeking a common goal, because only constant innovation together will allow us to have an advantage
sustainable, impacting others.

HOPU and CUSUSOLT reinforce strategic alliances to promote the development of tangible and scalable solutions in IoT and AI

HOPU (Human Oriented Products for Urbanism) is a Spanish company leader in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions innovation, designs, manufactures and markets its own targeted sensors, to the smart cities, properly exploiting the data thrown by the devices. Antonio Jara, current CEO of HOPU and Diego Cáceres, CEO of CUSUSOLT, bet on research and development in solutions real, tangible and scalable in IoT and AI.

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