Astrocast Joins IMC to Spread Word of Bidirectional Satellite IoT
18 May 2022
LONDON, 17 May 2022 – Astrocast, an advanced global nanosatellite IoT network, has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC), the largest...
The IoT M2M Council (IMC) is the largest trade association serving the IoT sector, to educate the industry about the effectiveness of next-gen, low earth-orbit (LEO) satellite connectivity. Astrocast has joined the board of the IoT M2M Council (IMC), resulting in direct communications with 25,000 product makers (OEMs) and enterprise users that deploy IoT solutions, covering every vertical market and geographic region where IoT technology is deployed.
As the largest community of qualified IoT adopters, the IMC also organizes its own online events in the form of conferences and webinars. As the world’s largest IoT organisation, the IMC will host online “Summer IoT Days: Transforming Technology Focus” on June 15-16, and Astrocast is proud to be a part of it.
The IoT landscape has a new shape since national LP-WAN networks provide low-cost connectivity with limited bandwidth and LEO satellites offer ubiquitous coverage at a fraction of the cost of traditional satellites. Full digitization of the enterprise means that IoT deployments are becoming more sophisticated and much larger in scale. Supply chains are now able to track commodity goods in ways that were only possible for high-value products, and this is game-changing.
Fully dedicated to affordable asset-tracking in remote areas without connectivity, Astrocast has become a major player in the global SatIoT scene. From water infrastructures to well head monitoring or vehicle telematics, Astrocast has built a range of products and services to address any industry.
Join Fabien Jordan, CEO Astrocast, and other industry experts in the panel session “Next-Gen Connectivity”, organised by the IMC, to discuss LP-WAN networks and LEO satellites.
Track 2: Next-Gen Connectivity – LP-WAN Networks and LEO Satellites Lead
Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1h 30 mins