Our client is one of the biggest IoT solutions providers in the world. They offer a broad portfolio of IoT modules and their components are embedded into devices used in various areas of business worldwide: payments, energy, safety, smart cities, Industry 4.0, gateways, agriculture, healthcare, or transport. After several years of successful cooperation in the Asian market, the client chose BICS as a partner to help them accelerate and expand their global deployment in Europe.iot-case-studies-part-4
Our client is an IoT wildlife camera manufacturer that produces cameras for hunting, wildlife study, and observation in remote areas. They plan to transform from a device manufacturer to a IoT solution provider, which will involve charging end-users for their SIM data usage. As a result, they sought a connectivity partner to help them get to the next level of their business.iot-case-studies-part-5
Our client is a governmental organization, with agencies in several locations. Their top priority is sharing mission-critical data securely. Apart from looking for a highly reliable network, they needed a robust and extra- safe private network to exchange information between locations preventing leaks, eavesdropping, and other threats from using public internet.iot-case-studies-part-3
Globally connected vehicles are moving the automotive industry into a new era. Vehicles are being deployed with extensive sensor platforms that generate vast amounts of data from different systems (such as LIDAR, telematics control units, or OBD-II interfaces). At the same time, the advent of 5G and underlying low latency, high bandwidth V2X technology is enabling dozens of new, automotive use cases.
Together, these technological developments will revolutionize the globally connected vehicle market starting from the earliest stages of the manufacturing process to how people drive on the road. It should be no surprise then that the automotive IoT market is estimated to be worth $541.73 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 16.4%.1 But with all these opportunities arising, is the industry equipped for this brave new world of connectivity?
This whitepaper looks at the readiness of the automotive industry for the future of IoT, how it will affect all the key stakeholders, and how they can make the most of this opportunity.BICS-whitepaper-Managing-the-lifecycle-of-connected-parts-and-applications-in-the-global-automotive-industry_compressed
Description: With 14 billion devices expected to have eSIM capabilities by 2030, there is no doubt the technology replacing physical SIM cards is booming now. In this podcast, Gabriel Salvate, Director of Strategy Business Development at BICS, introduces eSIMs and talks about their benefits from both the technical and use case perspectives. He guides listeners through the topics of remote provisioning or over-the-air management. Gabriel also explains how enterprises today leverage the possibility of having multiple profiles stored in one eSIM. He illustrates the differences between eSIM for IoT and consumer use, and presents trending use cases (like the popular one, the communication between electric cars). The podcast is wrapped up with three key takeaways for enterprises, so they can move forward to eSIM adoption today and get scalable and effective connectivity solutions for their IoT deployments.
In this podcast, Arul Vaz, Senior Business Manager at BICS, walks us through the challenges of permanent roaming. He explains what it is, and how permanent roaming can impact IoT projects, especially as countries including China, Brazil, and the USA have introduced restrictions that affect multi-country deployment. He also looks at how BICS’ SIM for Things can help IoT companies – and OEMs, in particular – with a simple, scalable solution managed from a single platform and network that complies with permanent roaming regulations in local markets worldwide.
BICS’ business development director for IoT, Gabriel Salvate describes GSMA categories for eSims for consumers and IoT devices. He also discusses BICS’ IoT eSIM, which allows enterprises to manage connectivity and devices effortlessly on a single platform. The solution won a MEFFY award for simplifying connectivity for global IoT projects for enterprises. Interested in finding out more?
Our client is an asset management company from the US that integrates wireless Bluetooth and Cellular technologies into assets – allowing automated operations and improved efficiencies through the logistics lifecycle. They are a full stack IoT Platform as a Service (PaaS) startup, offering turnkey solutions for serialization, continuous inventory, logistics, and anomaly traceability for industries such as pharmaceutical, healthcare, and retail.
They have developed a printable, ultra-thin GPS tracker, that has a battery life of approximately 5+ years at a fraction of the cost of traditional trackers. Their trials, some of which are with some of the world’s leading automotive and logistics companies, are being powered by BICS.iot-case-studies-part-2