29 Jul Terbine Launches Global IoT Data Subscription Service
Over 30,000 data feeds from all 50 states and 100+ countries now accessible via a single portal, searchable by both human and AI “users” saving time and effort in data acquisition for companies
LAS VEGAS—July 29, 2020—Terbine announced today that it is offering subscriptions to its global IoT data trove to commercial users. The continually expanding index provides fingertip access to sensor readings generated by infrastructure, transportation, meteorology, energy, logistics and many other sectors. The system makes it possible, for the first time, for human users and AI’s alike to rapidly find and retrieve sensor information from regions around the world and apply it to analytics, visualizations, the operation of machines and management of infrastructure.
One-Stop Access to Data from Cities/Counties/States and Federal Agency Sources
“Imagine this as a Bloomberg for the physical world,” said David Knight, Terbine Founder and CEO. “Instead of digging through many thousands of individual data sites and nearly indistinguishable data streams, it’s all comprehensively contextualized and indexed for you.” Terbine provides rich context, provenance, indexing and over 30 searchable parameters, each with multiple subcategories. Representing thousands of man-hours in data acquisition and characterization, the data is sourced from a broad range of public agencies and other sources encompassing air, land, water and space.
Useful In Many Applications Across Numerous Industries
Terbine is now working with leading companies in key sectors including financial services, supply chain & logistics, insurance, autonomous vehicle startups looking for training data, and many others. Data feeds from commercial sources including automotive, energy and more will be added to the system and priced on an ala carte basis. Commercial data feeds will offer revenue sharing to their providers. Connectors are offered to most popular analytics software packages including Tableau, and languages such as Python. As part of Terbine’s support for STEM, bonafide academic and not-for-profit research institutions can apply to receive subscriptions at no charge.
Subscribers Gain Unlimited Access To Physical-World Data
Subscriptions to the system of data feeds is offered on a 30-day no charge trial basis. Following the trial period, companies will be charged $795 monthly for an initial user, with additional users charged at $195/month. As new data feeds are added to the system, they become immediately available to subscribers. Anyone can browse the current index of available feeds at www.terbine.io without logging in. A subscription enables access to the actual data files and streams. For more information and to sign up for a 30-day trial account please visit https://terbine.com/data-access-subscriptions.