The enterprise smart buildings market is a fast-growing opportunity with connections growing to exceed 1.6 billion by 2030. The market potential is huge, but to capitalise on this opportunity vendors will need to offer homogenous ‘platform’ style solutions globally. The main trend in the smart buildings space is an increasing desire to integrate different kinds of smart building solutions into more cohesive solutions that cater to many different application types and are easy to deploy and manage. Global cellular connectivity with a single point of control will be a key enabler for such solutions. Register to read the report by leading analysts, Transforma Insights to learn how cellular connectivity will play a strong role in supporting smart buildings systems in the future. Inside the Transforma Insights report: – The commercial buildings opportunity and the main applications – The current state of the market and key success factors – The role of cellular connectivity in supporting smart buildings systems – Explore Sierra Wireless’ Smart Connectivity solution for smart buildings Download as PDF
Businesses are becoming more reliant on their IoT connectivity as services evolve, with greater emphasis on overall cost reductions as well as increasing revenue expectations. It is one thing to select the most appropriate IoT connectivity to fulfill the needs of an IoT project, quite another to manage it in the field. This is especially the case where the applications to be connected are already business-critical or likely to become so. Beecham’s report takes an incisive look at the massive opportunities created by new advances in connectivity and how companies such as service providers and OEMs can navigate the challenges associated with maintaining “always-on” connectivity. Download the report to learn about: – How companies can bypass logistical problems such as working with multiple connectivity providers. – How companies having operations and products across multiple geographies can manage their global IoT deployments through a single pane of glass. Download as PDF
Poor indoor air quality is detrimental to our health, economy and workplace productivity, especially in an environment dominated by COVID-19. Real-time airborne monitoring can help prevent the spread of airborne disease, including COVID-19 pathogens. Now, more than ever, businesses need measures in place to protect their workforce and customers from potential airborne hazards and disruptions. Download as a PDF
The pace of cellular connections is poised to accelerate radically as 5G and massive IoT become mainstream when the number of connections is expected to exceed 10 billion by 2030. This era will see smart cities, logistics and advanced automotive applications become routine and the sheer volume of connections means today’s approaches to connecting devices will be inefficient and impractical. Instead of millions of devices, there will be billions, and so the traditional SIM card that is slotted into a device when deployed will not be sustainable for many IoT business cases. This report explores how eSIM will play a fundamental role in massive and global IoT and is the ideal solution for Enterprises and OEMs looking to build new, value-added, connected applications for their customers. Download as a PDF
Enterprises launching global connected services need their cellular IoT devices to connect seamlessly all over the world. But setting up connectivity is just the first stage of deployment. Running an international connected business that delivers mission-critical applications is an ongoing endeavour: end customers need services with a high level of reliability and quality, while enterprises have to commit to strong Service Level Agreements to differentiate their offering. The right tools are required to fulfil SLA commitments and meet customers’ expectations wherever in the world their devices are connected. Join Luc Vidal-Madjar, Head of IoT Solutions, and Damion Rose, Senior Product Manager, to learn how BICS can help enterprises simplify global connectivity of their devices, and deep-dive into connectivity performance details at a SIM level to assure a high quality, differentiated service for their customers. BICS provides simple, cost-efficient global connectivity for IoT. Its SIM for Things solution enables enterprises to deploy, manage and monetise their connected services on a global scale. Combined with SMART Webvision, enterprises benefit from full control over the quality of their global connected business.
Connectivity is reshaping how OEMs approach product design. Now, hardware manufacturers need to produce devices and applications that can connect instantly to a network, in any corner of the world. To succeed, they require high quality, reliable and secure global connectivity that can be embedded while in the factory and managed in a simple and cost-effective manner thereafter. In this roundtable, you will learn how OEMs can integrate global cellular connectivity to quickly deploy new IoT solutions around the world, unlock revenue growth, and tap into new commercial opportunities, with the IoT connectivity experts from BICS and hardware experts from Avnet Silica. BICS provides simple, cost-efficient connectivity for IoT. With BICS’ SIM for Things global IoT solution, OEMs can directly embed 2G, 3G, 4G, NB-IoT and LTE-M connectivity into their IoT devices and leverage a network of more than 700 mobile operators around the world to easily switch providers depending on quality and coverage.
BICS enables IoT service providers to implement their own IoT platforms and telecom assets, to incorporate worldwide connectivity into their offering, building long-term revenue streams from global enterprises through value-added services. Download as a PDF