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Siren Marine Wins IoT Award

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IoT Evolution World magazine editors chose Siren Marine’s Connected Boat platform as the recipient of its 2020 IoT Evolution Product of the Year Award. Media companies TMC and Crossfire Media partner with the magazine to present the award.

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Siren was the sole marine company recognized, though the awards span a variety of disciplines with the goal of highlighting products that utilize the IoT movement to impact business and “enhance the lives of everyday people.”

“I founded Siren Marine more than a decade ago to apply basic IoT technology to help solve the unique challenges faced by boaters,” CEO Daniel Harper said in a statement. “By bringing in some of the brightest minds in the field of IoT and combining them with experienced boaters and marine industry veterans, Siren Marine has evolved into the industry’s leading IoT resource.”

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