Cellular routers will establish reliable, high bandwidth network connections anywhere there’s cellular service. They support the transmission of anything from audio and video to email and images. They support modern security technologies and prevent unauthorized intrusion. They’ll connect with modern data networking equipment as well as legacy devices like RS-232 digital signs, thus protecting investments in older technologies. Versatile and wireless, cellular routers simplify communications with remote locations and equipment while simultaneously providing them with enhanced capabilities.
The changes in the wireless world are driven by increased technological capabilities and the need to “connect” more and more of our stuff in the ongoing quest to improve processes, increase uptime and efficiency, and meet ever growing compliance requirements.
Nobody can afford to re-engineer their existing processes and machines every time they want to extract data up to some common application platform. It’s not just the money. Re-engineering means you’re mucking around with the systems that are paying your bills, covering your payroll, and producing your profit. No matter how careful you are, when you re-engineer your systems you’re going to break a few. There will be quality problems, interruptions, and downtime. Re-engineering existing systems to perform new tricks isn’t the answer.
How wastewater plants can use IoT
You don't have to uproot your existing infrastructure to take advantage of the new IoT technologies. IoT tech is designed to be fully interoperable with whatever you already have in place. You can add as much or as little as meets your current needs. You can also add more IoT later, whenever and wherever you feel that it makes sense.
Are there standards in the Internet of Things? Should there be?
The IoT futuristic concept aims to replace the human decision-making process through analytics in the mining industry.
In the Internet of Everything, Cloud-based services are already pretty evolved. But what about use cases in which no roundtrip out to a server in the Cloud is called for? What about the ‘internet of things near me?’ In this look over the horizon at the next phase of the Internet of Everything, Brian Vogelsang, director of product management for Qualcomm Interactive Platforms, will discuss use cases for direct peer connection
With Intel's latest internet of things lab investment, Ireland is at the heart of the biggest buzz in the tech industry.
June 10, 2015