Aeris Blog

The 2020 Olympics are Putting IoT on the World Stage

The Olympics are arguably the world’s largest collective cultural event. Throughout their history, they have served as the backdrop for some of the 20th and 21st century’s most memorable and momentous displays of human perseverance and achievement. The 2016 Summer Games garnered an estimated 3.5 billion people watching worldwide, and 1.92 billion...

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How the Construction Industry Works Smarter and Safer with IoT

The construction industry has seen sustained growth during the past decade. According to a report published by Statista, the combined public and private construction spending in the United States alone reached $1.23 trillion in 2017. Globally speaking, this upward trend is set to continue. Global Construction 2030, a report published by Oxford...

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IoT Network vs. IoT Platform:  Understanding the Roles that Networks and Platforms Play in Crafting an IoT Deployment

To those unfamiliar with the Internet of Things (IoT), the difference between an IoT network and an IoT platform can sound like an argument of semantics. But understanding each element’s role in an IoT ecosystem can help companies get the most from their smart infrastructure and enable them to effectively leverage IoT for their particular needs.

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Transitioning to LTE-M for Next-Generation Deployment: An Aeris webinar

When it comes to launching and managing your LTE-M deployment, you may not have all the information you need to execute successfully. For example, networks still are being deployed, coverage holes do exist, and coverage maps can be misleading. How will that impact your solution? What do you need to consider about your device’s network that will...

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Fight Forest Fires with Tech:  How Forest Fire-Prone Regions Leverage IoT to Limit Wildfires and Mitigate Destruction

Wildfire season always presents a challenge to local governments. As the effects of climate change spur longer dry seasons that stretch from summer to winter, wildfires will grow in scale and threaten even more communities. 2018’s Camp Fire was the most destructive wildfire in the history of California, according to numbers posted by CalFire, and...

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