One of the biggest barriers to IoT solutions in enterprise settings is reliable and low-cost wireless connectivity. Where Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LoRa, Zigbee and others have tried to solve the problem before, CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) is posed to offer a viable alternative for enterprise IoT connectivity.
You might be unable to answer the question, "what is cellular IoT?" But I'm sure you're familiar with the underlying technology. Cellular...
When reliability is crucial, LTE triangulation can be an effective solution. An introduction to LTE triangulation, how it works, and when you should use it.
This is a step-by-step of how I built an IoT smart water meter using Raspberry Pi, the Microsoft Azure Anomaly Detector API, Soracom Beam and a Soracom IoT SIM card. I've included screenshots and code snippets that I used, along with reasoning why I chose Soracom and how hobbyists could further develop this project.
There's a lot of buzz around cellular IoT. Here are the difference between Cat-0, Cat-1, LTE-M, NB-IoT, EC-GSM, and 5G — and why you should care.
As the promise of 5G continues to drive massive growth for IoT, it’s important for companies to put systems in place to support the data created by all these connected devices. Ensure your data modeling approach is suited for IoT deployments Put systems in place to review your data in real-time Only keep the data you need Plan for scale Automate data replication Add analytics
With the Internet of Things (IoT) expected to reach 75 billion devices by 2025, we’re going to need wireless networks to support them. But...
5G networks offer excellent capabilities that make them the ideal choice to meet the wide variety of needs in the construction industry.
Formula 1 teams are pioneering new IoT and data sharing technologies that will soon become features of the consumer's connected car. Through 5G and V2X (vehicle-to-everything), innovations that are powering modern motorsports are finding their way from the racetrack to the roadway.
The global market for IoT technology is projected to reach $318 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate of 20 percent. There’s virtually no stopping IoT.