How to choose your Satellite IoT provider?
22 Jan 2022 | 4 min read
Satellite IoT (SatIoT) enables asset tracking and monitoring anywhere, regardless of blind spots without cellular coverage. Openin...
This year, the IoT Tech Expo Europe takes place in RAI, Amsterdam on November 23-24, and will explore the latest developments, innovations, and best practices within the IoT and the impact it has on industries including manufacturing, transport, supply chain, government, legal sectors, financial services, energy, utilities, insurance, healthcare and more. This conference is for those seeking to evaluate cutting-edge thought-leadership topics and valuable strategies to drive businesses forward, making investment and strategy decisions, or building pioneering projects within their organisation. It also offers networking opportunities including AI-powered personalised recommendations and virtual one-to-one meetings speed networking. Industry leaders will share their knowledge and real-life experiences during presentations, expert panel discussions, and in-depth fireside chats.
After attending the IoT Tech Expo Global in September 2021, Astrocast is proud to exhibit and speak again during this European edition, and show the benefits of its groundbreaking Satellite IoT (SatIoT) technology to communicate with assets in the most remote areas of the world. Because wireless connectivity is so uneven, asset tracking and monitoring in 90% of the Earth’s surface is a huge challenge. What if you could use low-cost Satellite IoT communications? Solving the IoT blind spots, Astrocast allows for increased monitoring at a price point that makes sense and assists you in unlocking the power of your assets to collect new data from your sensors and reach new markets.
In this panel dedicated to “Connectivity for 2022 and Beyond”, along with other major players of the industry, Corry Brennan, Head of Global Sales at Astrocast, will investigate how interoperable current network services are, look at long-term strategies for deployments to know what connectivity you will need in the future and not just for the short-term, how to use AI, Edge and other disruptive technologies to optimise products and services and what is the next frontier for IoT connectivity.
A talk not to miss on November 24th at 11:50h, or on-demand on December 1st at 9:40 am.