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Tensei Philippines Inc. Now Distributes IoT LoRaWAN
Solutions from Actility and Abeeway
Press Release, Paris, France & Manila, Philippines - 30 July 2021

We are happy to announce that Actility has partnered with Tensei Philippines Inc. - TPI - a Japanese-founded company created in 
2014, and a leading provider of a wide range of services from technology, security, or recruitment, to business process outsourcing, starting from the initial concept to its implementation. TPI is now an Actility Channel Partner, allowing its clients deploy IoT solutions for Smart Buildings embedded with a private LoRaWAN® network infrastructure using Actility’s ThingPark Enterprise platform, and Abeeway devices for asset management and workforce safety.

Tensei Philipines is a multi-faced organization that combines both Japanese and Filipino expertise, offering strong skills in the
development of a wide range of services which include intelligent Building Management Systems (iBMS), Video Management
Systems (VMS), System Development, Document Management Systems (DMS), Hospital and Hotel Management Systems (HMS),
Robotic Process Automation (RPA), or Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), with the aim of creating innovative technology solutions that will continue helping transform the future.

Therefore, the company aims to implement intelligent Building Management System (iBMS) solutions across many verticals,
engaging in different protocols and applying many different ideas to make their iBMS solution become a one-stop solution. For this TPI decided to include the LoRaWAN ThingPark Enterprise technology in their product offer, which grants the ability to gather,
analyze and transform raw data into insights to optimize any industrial process.

Since it is the first time TPI engaged with LoRaWAN technology, the company searched for Actility’s know-how, acquired through
years of experience and thousands of use cases deployed, to help them deploy their private network server and handle their
Abeeway asset management devices offer. Offering TPI gives the opportunity to expand end-to-end smart tracking solutions to
own services for reliable indoor and outdoor human and asset safety and location.

Tensei Philippines decided to choose Actility, having carried out a careful comparison with other companies, after being impressed by Actility’s service flexibility. Being able to work with any IoT device connected to the LoRaWAN protocol allows TPI to produce
new systems which couldn’t get offered before.

LoRaWAN® is a low power wireless protocol for wide area networks. With LoRaWAN®, devices can communicate with IoT
applications over long-range wireless connections. It also allows for devices’ batteries to last longer, therefore significantly lowering the Total Cost of Ownership. Actility already powers more than 50 telecoms operators with LoRaWAN® connectivity across the
globe. Its enterprise-grade LoRaWAN® network server – ThingPark Enterprise – operates over 35,000 network base stations worldwide. In additional to its international reach, Actility also brings to the partnership its  Abeeway tracking devices that work both
indoors and outdoors thanks to their multi- technology geolocation system, integrating GPS, Abeeway’s patented Low-power GPS, Wi-Fi Sniffing and Bluetooth Low Energy.

'We have been able to add a new line of products to our IoT platform, iBMS. Through this partnership with Actility, we can now offer
something that has been difficult to do in the past. We know that new solutions and businesses are born from encounters with our
customers, and now clients can feel free to contact us about any problem they have, with the certainty that we will be able to solve their problems together' said Takamori Nishikawa, COO/CFO at Tensei Philippines Inc.

Through this partnership with Actility, both companies intend to support their clients by acquiring the opportunity to leverage
Tensei Philipine’s vast catalogue of solutions, optimizing any industrial process through powerful, flexible and scalable IoT solutions using LoRaWAN® connectivity and managed on Actility’s TPE platform, which allows to deploy, operate and maintain public and
private wireless IoT networks for an infinity of IoT use cases.  

About Tensei Philippines Inc.

Tensei Philippines Inc., established in 2014, is a Japanese funded organization part of Tensei Group of Companies in Fukui
Prefecture, Japan – offering customized and robust technology solutions revolving around B2B and B2C system development,
system integration smart building and security solutions, and business process outsourcing.
Tensei’s purpose is to enable organizations run their businesses and operations better through efficiency-enhancing technology
Contact Tensei Philippines Inc.:

About Actility

Actility is a world leader in Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of
Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network
service providers (over 50) and hundreds of companies trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility
also provides patented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT
gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of use cases.  

Contact us here: 

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Philippine ICT Online Expo 2021
Our group company, Tenshun Philippines, will be participating in the Philippine ICT Online Expo 2021.
This event is an online event where 37 Philippine ICT companies will participate.
If you are interested in offshore development, please join us.
Registration is free and can be done at the following site.
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Tensei Philippines RPA web page now available
The RPA exclusive page has been released on the Tensei Philippines website!
Tensei Philippines publishes initiatives and demonstrations on RPA.
If you are interested in RPA, or have a business you want to solve with RPA...
Please come and take a look!
Tensei now a member of PCA
Aiming to target the construction industry to offer its building management and video security solutions, Tensei Philippines is now a regular member of Philippine Constructors Association, Inc. (PCA).

Some of the benefits of being PCA member are representation with the government, opportunity to do business with foreign partners, listing in the PCA directory, easy access to construction exhibitions, trainings, seminars and symposiums, business referrals and opportunities and access to local and international business information statistics to mention just a few.

PCA has been established in 1945 to answers the needs of our nation to get back on track after the second world war. Now, it has more than 15,000 members nationwide, undertaking 80% of government infrastructure projects. Its members are composed of engineering, building, trade and specialty contractors duly accredited by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB), including construction materials and equipment suppliers and distinguished personalities of the construction industry and other allied organizations.

By being a member of PCA, Tensei hopes to contribute to the innovation and advancement of the construction industry through the IoT solutions it offers.
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GoTensei to join 3rd Philippine Hospitality Summit 2020
One of the upcoming events that GoTensei (GTI) will be joining this year is the 3rd Philippine Hospitality Summit where GTI is an official exhibitor sponsor. But due to the recent turn of events concerning COVID-19 which has led the Philippine government to declare a state of public health emergency, the summit has been temporarily posponed. There is no exact date yet on when it will be moved.

With the Philippine government effort to increase the tourist arrival in the next 5 years, there is a rising demand for new hotels not only in Manila but in all parts of the Philippines especially Cebu, Davao, Boracay and more. This makes our country one of the top 10 countries in Asia Pacific with the most hotel construction activities.

The summit will bring together C-level executives from hotel operators, owners, investing companies, regulators, construction companies, architects, financial institutions and associations to meet, network and exchange insights of investment strategies, operational efficiency, services and new technologies trends in the Philippines hotel industry; and most importantly to showcase new solutions, technologies, designs and services from local and international solution providers.

GTI aims to showcase its Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in the summit: building management system and video management system to help the hospitality industry revolutionize the various aspects of its operations to guarantee customer satisfaction and to boost the country's tourism.

*This news article is originally posted here on GTI's website.