Security concerns remain a major barrier to IoT adoption for as many as 85% of IoT industry leaders1. Fraud is growing in this area, causing widespread agreement across the ecosystem that securing the IoT application is the only way to fully develop its business potential. The good news is the vast majority of attacks can be prevented – and the resilience of any IoT deployment significantly improved – with measures that are simple and cost-effective to implement.
This white paper explains how mobile connectivity is a central enabler of IoT security. It outlines best practice advice for protection built in at each layer of an IoT solution, and at every stage of its development.
Industry 4.0 is a leap into new revenue streams for today’s manufacturers, with the help of data, analytics and Artificial Intelligence. The drive towards efficient transmission of data has launched technologies such as NB-IoT and CAT-M, that allow for more intelligent data transmission and power consumption.
Using these technologies, but taking them further still, floLIVE has developed a unique approach that comprises three routes to reduced latency.
This white paper includes:
-The answer to extending the battery life of IoT devices, making IoT truly profitable
-Three varied approaches to reduce latency and therefore improve performance
-The best way to balance connectivity with challenges such as roaming, security and compliance
-A thorough checklist for manufacturers to make sure they cover all of their bases when launching IoT projects
If you’re a mobile provider looking to adopt IoT use cases – let’s get it right. A legacy Business Support System is built for traditional use cases, while IoT demands its own functionality, including added flexibility, automation and control. Our whitepaper looks at the must-haves for a next-gen BSS that supports IoT, discussing:
– How to start small and scale as you grow using the might of the cloud
– Why a smart CRM is the simplest route to customer flexibility
– Specific use cases for levelling up using real-time visibility and control
-What you should expect from a sophisticated billing and rating engine
-The technology stack that provides self-management and control.
Time is running out as 2G and 3G networks gradually sunset across the world, forcing many legacy use cases to be transferred to new connectivity technology.
NB-IoT and LTE-M have entered the market as two new network technologies created for enabling global IoT connectivity and capable of supporting LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Networks) technology.
As they steadily become available across the world, LTE-M and NB-IoT are viable options for industries looking to future proof their IoT devices and offer better coverage, longer lasting batteries and lower device cost.
But which of the two is the better choice for your IoT application? How are they different and how will they affect the market?
At the core of every successful IoT application is a carefully considered connectivity strategy.
This white paper is a comprehensive guide to making an informed choice. It explores the benefits and challenges of each technology and addresses all the pertinent questions you may have about LTE-M and NB-IoT.
The Aeris IoT book is a must read for business leaders, product managers, and engineers who want to implement, scale, and optimize their business with IoT communications. Whether you want to attempt initial entry into the IoT-sphere, or expand existing deployments, this book can help with your goals, providing deep understanding into all aspects of IoT.
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It is inevitable that the adoption of the Industrial IoT (IIoT) is going to continue to grow, facilitating more and more devices to be connected to networks. The momentum driving this trend is a strong desire from asset owners to enhance operational efficiency. However, achieving enhanced operational efficiency is not without problems. It is forcing asset owners to start to give serious consideration to the dangers posed by cybersecurity threats.