Companies are turning to machine-to-machine (M2M) equipment and services to monitor or service assets located in remote regions. . Learn about some of the technologies available today, the benefits of implanting remote monitoring processes and what to consider when choosing a solution.
Learn how one waste management solutions firm is using Telit M2M technology to enable big savings and other benefits for customers.
RACO's partnership with Apriva will serve customers using 2G payment terminals, while the relationship with Enterprise Mobile aims to simplify M2M application deployments.
Designed specifically for the developer community, the comprehensive KORE Quickstart Program enables companies to more quickly, easily and cost effectively bring new M2M solutions to market on the KORE network.
Even more telling, roughly 50 percent of the world will be covered by 4G in 2017, underscoring the continued importance of mobile data.
With the enhancement to OnAsset's Vision platform, now SENTRY tracking device users can visualize cargo shipments in transit by simply entering tracking numbers online.
The ALEOS Application Framework enables developers using AirLink wireless gateways to integrate "intelligence on the edge" for more efficient, cost-effective deployment and operation of M2M solutions.
Numerex continues its recent string of M2M mobile product launches with the announcement of its new Location Based Services platform, targeting machine to machine asset tracking and recovery.
New platform capabilities include Web services application program interfaces, website integration, and integrated smartphone applications.
Alliance enables SAP customers to utilize key Machine to Machine (M2M) data across the enterprise.