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.
Digital technology is gradually being closely integrated with health and medical care, trying to apply the development of artificial intelligence and the internet of things to the healthcare industry. It is an essential part of the second decade of the 21st century. After years of application developments and tests, how to use AI & IoT to efficiently retain our daily health monitoring habits such as Using the wearable; to process and resolve patient information in the shortest possible time; to make medical treatment more effective and cheaper; and to make medical treatment safer, with fewer errors and more accurate. These are the most urgent and ideal goal in all medical fields.
IIoT is driving disruptive transformation by breaking down product silos, increasing engineering efficiency, enabling cross-functional innovation, and creating new value-added connected services. “Eighty percent of the industrial segment believes that the IoT will be transformative and disruptive, but 90% feel they are unprepared for these changes”.
Staying connected and informed about fleet operations can be a costly task. Bringing those costs down can be an even bigger issue. Join us to understand how your peers are dealing with the costs of fleet connectivity and how they can be reduced via new technologies, improved efficiencies, as well as customized and optimized rate plans.
With a vast array of connectivity options to choose from – local area, campus, cellular, to low power wide area, these communication protocols are best suited to serve different IoT applications, making the choice in choosing connectivity a critical factor.