When we think of the applicable functionality that a hybrid connectivity solution would provide, multiple use cases come to mind. Everything from connected solar panels to smart cities to point of sale monitoring to security benefit from a lower cost, more reliable hybrid connectivity solution. For example, within the trucking industry (or for any roadway vehicle), cellular connections would work best while the vehicle is in motion, needing GSP or emergency services. While in the depot, however, Wi-Fi would be a fiscally sound (lower cost) pathway for transmitting static data, such as driver logs.
Environmental crime worldwide rakes in an estimated $70-130 billion in U.S. dollars yearly according to the United Nations. On top of this list, poaching seems to be creating more problems for our environment than ever before. Placing endangered animals at much greater risk of extinction and wreaking havoc across ecosystems and even private property, poachers are radically reducing wild populations of rhinos, great apes, elephants, and a slew of additional flora and fauna.
Cold chain is a system of storing and transporting susceptible goods (pharmaceuticals, produce) at a recommended temperature range from the point of origin (lab, manufacturing plant, farm) to point of use (pharmacy, patient, restaurant, etc.).
Refrigerator trucks and temperature-controlled storage facilities are common sites around world, and most people assume that cold chains — moving products that require cold storage between manufacturers, suppliers, distribution centers, retailers (restaurants, grocery stores), and, ultimately, the customer — ensure everything works as planned.
Nov. 1-2 in Mountain View, CA Spotlight Stage 10:30a.m. to 11:05a.m.
Join us as one of our own, Michelle Avary, VP Automotive Strategy and Products, Aeris Communications, sits on a panel of subject matter experts to discuss the present and future of fully connected cars. Just like telcos, car makers need to plan years ahead. And at this moment, the move is towards a future of autonomous, fully connected vehicles.
In today’s acronym driven world, IoT generally translates to the Internet of Things. But for this tale of connectivity, IoT refers to “I’m Out There”, as in I am connecting with other humans for the betterment of all. How does this IoT transformation take place? For us (Aeris employees), it was easy. Spend a day volunteering. Make it something out of your comfort zone. Something so removed from your daily life that it has to make some impression. Something that helps others and has no impact on your life other than the fact that you completed an altruistic endeavor.