In January, Spacosa Co., Ltd (CEO, Woo-Ju Cho), which has signed a contract to supply Location Cloud Platform 'Catch Loc' to Solu-M Co., Ltd (CEO, Sung-Ho Jeon), announced on April 24th that it has released a mobile application and system developed by the launch of KEYCO.
Solu-M applies the device KEYCO to Spacosa's Location Cloud Platform Catch Loc to provide efficient location control services. The location control service is provided through the combination of hardware specialized company Solu-M's technology and Spacosa's location based software.
KEYCO is the first device of Solu-M using SKT's LoRa network, which can be used to prevent children and pets from getting lost. Solu-M will release a variety of devices starting from KEYCO.
Catch Loc, which is used as a basic platform of KEYCO, is a location cloud platform that can monitor the location of people and things in real time. Also, it can be used for location control and asset management of mobile body by linking mobile applications or location trackers.
In addition, since it provides services in the form of SaaS or API unlike the existing control services provided in the build-up type, the development period and costs are greatly reduced. Businesses can use the web or applications to check their location information in any way they like
Spacosa's CEO Woo-Ju Cho said, "The agreement with Solu-M is significant because it is the first step in applying the device of other company to the Catch Loc platform." He continued, "We plan to build a model of cooperation with various device companies."
On the other hand, Spacosa will conduct IoT pilot project in Phuket Thailand together with SKT and Thai State Telecom CAT from April. Spacosa plans to offer 500 GPS location tracking device Gper to its customers in Thailand, preventing the disappearance of elderly people and providing the vehicle location control services to tourists.