The number of applications for IoT devices has grown exponentially over the last couple of decades – from autonomous vehicle tracking to predictive maintenance to smart cities. As an IoT connectivity consumer, keep in mind the key considerations covered in this webinar to ensure you are getting the flexibility needed for your business.
While some of the earliest IoT devices leveraged ARPANET or RFID, there were many of those early devices that piggybacked off of the 2G cellular networks – both the technical and commercial infrastructure. While the networks have evolved and improved over the past 30 years with the recent introduction of 5G, how does this evolution impact IoT connectivity?
Connectivity is critical to a successful IoT deployment and achieving ROI. What’s most important to understand is that the cellular infrastructure and technology were introduced specifically for mobile phones and have evolved to support the proliferation of those devices. While these cellular networks work for IoT connectivity, more and more IoT deployments have needs that these networks can no longer meet with this one size fits all approach. It’s possible to buy an off-the-shelf cellular connectivity solution for any IoT deployment and have it work, but it’s important to understand how it may fall short.
It’s critical to look at your specific use case and ensure your cellular connectivity will support your needs.
In this webinar on IoT Connectivity, we’ll cover these key considerations:
- The changing landscape of connectivity
- Key considerations for finding the right connectivity
- Cost implications of choosing the wrong connectivity
- Questions you should ask to ensure you are getting the right connectivity for your business
As you think about the problem you are solving, be sure that you are planning for the future where connectivity is an important layer within your tech stack. With this mindset, you’ll be able to innovate faster as you focus on the problems you and your organization are trying to solve.
Join us to learn why connectivity is about more than just coverage and how you can optimize your connectivity for your use case.