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Tata Communications helps Singapore IoT innovator W-Locate grow internationally while reducing capex by 35%

25 June 2018 (Singapore) – W-Locate, the Singapore-based Internet of Things (IoT) start-up, has selected Tata Communications, a leading global digital infrastructure provider, to accelerate its international growth. W-Locate provides real-time location-based information to enterprises across Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta and Malaysia. It is now looking to extend its presence to South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and other Asian countries by harnessing Tata Communications’ IoT and private cloud computing capabilities.

Morpho and W-Locate Partner to Bring Location-based Services to AIS Thailand

03 March 2015 (Barcelona) – Morpho (Safran), a global leader in identity and security solutions has signed a partnership with location-based services (LBS) specialist W-Locate to embed geo-location technology in its SIM cards.

Five Ways Location-Based Services Will Bring Smart Cities to Life

11 February 2015 (Singapore) – W-Locate, a location-based services and Smart Cities specialist, today announced its trends on the evolution of the 21st century Smart City. This is based on the ongoing discussions the company is currently having with operators, businesses and government bodies.

W-Locate’s FiND and XimLoc Solutions Are Honored at Mobile Star Awards

08 January, 2015 (Singapore) – W-Locate, a location-based services and telematics specialist, is proud to announce that its flagship products, XimLoc and FIND, have been recognized as amongst the best solutions at the 2014 Mobile Star Awards™ in the Mobile GPS and Fleet-tracking category. The accolades are hosted annually by the mobile technology news and directory site The awards were based on peer voting and W-Locate was up against a number of other vendors.

W-Locate’s SIM-based Location Technology Deployed to Keep Chinese Children Safe

05 November, 2014 (SINGAPORE and CHINA) – Edusafety, an organization dedicated to the safety and well-being of school students in China, has selected W-Locate’s SIM-based LBS solution XimLoc to provide parents of the four million children in Guangdong Province with accurate location monitoring services. The project which is supported by the Ministry of Education China is designed to provide parents with peace of mind that their children are safely in school. Following a trial that commenced in September, full implementation of the service is set to take place by the end of November 2014.

AIS and W-Locate Deliver M2M with SIM-Based Enterprise LBS Solution

15 October, 2014 (SINGAPORE) – Thailand’s largest mobile operator, AIS, today announced the launch of Mobile Track and Trace, one of the world’s first enterprise-specific SIM-based location-based service (LBS) solutions. Powered by W-Locate’s XimLoc, Mobile Track and Trace brings improved indoor tracking and M2M capabilities to AIS corporate subscribers.

W-Locate, developer of FIND & XimLoc, participates in World Mobile Congress 2014, Morpho Stand: Hall 6 I30 Barcelona, 24-27 February 2014.

22 January, 2014 (SINGAPORE) – W-Locate Pte Ltd (“W-Locate”), a leading telematics technology and location intelligence company will be showcasing its products in the coming World Mobile Congress 2014, in Barcelona, Spain.

W-Locate, developer of FIND & XimLoc, sets up offices in Thailand & Malaysia.

21 January, 2014 (SINGAPORE) – W-Locate Pte Ltd (“W-Locate”), a leading telematics technology and location intelligence company based in Singapore has setup 2 subsidiaries in Thailand & Malaysia.

GSMA published W-Locate’s White Paper

11 January, 2014 (London) – GSMA (Groupe Speciale Mobile Association) published W-Locate’s (W-Locate Pte Ltd) White Paper, under OneAPI global GSMA initiative.

W-Locate, has won the EMERGING award, under SMEOne Awards

24 October, 2013 (SINGAPORE) – W-Locate Pte Ltd (“W-Locate”), a leading telematics technology and location intelligence company based in Singapore has won the emerging SME award for this year’s SME ONE Asia Awards 2013.

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