How to Add Multiple Wireless Technologies to Your IoT Application with Combination Modules and Module Pairing: A Live Demonstration
Join Telit for a webinar and a live demonstration to discover how combination modules and module pairing allow enterprises to add multiple wireless technologies quickly and efficiently to their IoT devices.

For engineers, embedding wireless capabilities into commercial and industrial IoT devices has become challenging, even when they offer superior reliability and performance. Moreover, adding multiple wireless technologies, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/GNSS or cellular, to achieve reliability and performance goals requires a lot more effort, time and resources to design and test. All of that significantly slows your time to market and drives up your costs.

Join Telit for a webinar and a live demonstration to discover how combination modules and module pairing allow enterprises to add multiple wireless technologies quickly and efficiently to their IoT devices. We’ll demonstration a solution that combines a cellular module (Telit’s ME910x) with a combination Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (BLE5) module (Telit’s WE310F5) on the Telit Bravo evaluation board and utilize AppZone C, Telit OneEdge and Telit simWISE features to write an application and showcase capabilities.

In this webinar, we’ll review:

  • How combination modules and proper module pairing minimize bill of materials (BOM) costs, using low-cost modules without a processor or external SIM
  • Zero-touch cellular provisioning using Telit OneEdge and Telit simWISE
  • Telit’s WE310F5 module with a Realtek Ameba IoT inside and an onboard antenna
  • Using Telit OneEdge for data display and routing

Speakers

Christopher Coromelas
Christopher Coromelas
Regional Sales Specialist, Telit
Christopher Coromelas is the Regional Sales Specialist at Telit responsible for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GNSS in the Americas. Prior to that, he held several roles at Telit which included GNSS Test Engineer and Field Application Engineer. Christopher has been part of the Telit organization since 2012. He holds a Bachelor's degree from The University of Minnesota Morris.
Ken Bednasz
Ken Bednasz
Vice President of Application Engineering, Telit
Kenneth Bednasz is the Vice President of Application Engineering for Telit and is responsible for the technical support and module certification for Telit’s products. Ken has been with Telit since 2006 and has been instrumental in leading innovative product introductions with North American network operators.
Steve Weeres
Steve Weeres
Regional Sales Director, Midwest, Telit
Steve is currently the Regional Sales Director for Telit and is responsible for driving sales of complex wireless components through the translation of customers' technical and business requirements into successful Internet of Things implementations.
Venkata Kiran
Venkata Kiran
Wi-Fi Field Application Engineer, Telit
Venkata is currently a Field Application Engineer specializing in Wi-Fi for Telit and is responsible for providing pre-sale and post-sale technical support for customer software design and system development. Venkata also works closely with customers' design teams and OEM end-customers, driving them through the full product lifecycle from evaluation, design in, design-win and certification and production.
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Telit is a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement, with an extensive portfolio of wireless connectivity modules, platforms, virtual cellular IoT operator, and professional services, empowering hundreds of millions of connected ‘thing...
Telit is a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement, with an extensive portfolio of wireless connectivity modules, platforms, virtual cellular IoT operator, and professional services, empowering hundreds of millions of connected ‘thing...