It’s 3 a.m., do you know what your IoT devices are doing? With thousands of connected devices generating billions of data points 24/7, you need a tool to help troubleshoot problems before they grow out of hand. AerVoyance gives you visibility and insight into your IoT/M2M deployment.
We’re proud to announce that GRID20/20, powered by Aeris, has received a 2015 Smart Grid Product of the Year Award from SmartGrid.TMCnet.com, the premier resource for current information about the migration to smart grid technology. Smart Grid is sponsored by TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person, and online, and Crossfire Media, an integrated marketing company. The Smart Grid Product of the Year Award recognizes outstanding innovation across all facets of smart grid technologies.
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The Internet of Things without data analytics is like using your ATM card but never looking at your bank balance. Where’d the money go? When is any money back coming in? How do bills get paid? How can you save up for a vacation or emergency? Sure, some people might live like that, but it’s no way to run a business.
We’re proud to announce that Neo, our online marketplace for IoT and M2M connectivity, has received a 2015 IoT Evolution Product of the Year Award from IoT Evolution magazine, the leading publication covering IoT technologies.
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4 Things You Must Know if You Are Planning to Connect Remote Patient Monitoring Devices via CellularPosted by Dayna Verstegen on June 1, 2015 at 5:21 PM
In order for remote patient monitoring devices to work, and to work well, the patient needs to be connected to a cellular network that is dependable, fast, and secure, plus reasonably priced. What are the perils to reliable cellular connectivity and how do you overcome them? The following is a discussion of the four greatest risks for remote patient monitoring devices and the advantages that machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) cellular networks provide.