Created with M2M module data and applications in mind Adaptive M2M SIM cards come complete with access to JASPER online management portal, giving you an unprecedented amount of control and information about your devices and data transfers. Plus with no fixed term contracts and global cellular coverage you are able to give your application the most flexibility yet.
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Adaptive M2M SIM Cards Services
Our fully roaming IoT SIM cards, Adaptive M2M, are available with additional services, allowing you to add extra features to improve your device’s functionality, access more of your data and optimise your usage billing. Have a look below for some of the options available. Automation: set up and define customizable rules for automation of life-cycle management and device outages, helping you to only pay for connectivity when your devices are live and generating you revenues.
Airtime packages which include global roaming over multiple networks, giving you the best possible cellular coverage in any deployed area. SIM cards, offer ‘pay-for-what-you-use’ data and the ability to add extra services giving you more control, insight and functionality over your devices and their data. Added services are also available including management of SIM, device and network, VPN protocol management and additional services giving you traffic analysis.
A VPN is a private network that uses a public network (usually the Internet) to connect to devices with Private IP addresses from a machine on your LAN or from home. Instead of using a dedicated, real-world connection such as leased line, a VPN uses ‘virtual’ connections routed through the Internet from the company’s private network to the remote device. The VPN tunnel would be used for those who have a private IP address on their SIMs.
Fixed IP SIM Cards
Fixed IP Addressing over a Private or Public APN, Peer to Peer, two way connectivity, Transfer acceleration and compression technology, Data encryption technology, Access and management of data via a public or Private IP Web Page, Access and user control, SIM Management, device connection management traffic analysis, VPN protocol management and fraud control.
What is IoT (Internet of Things)?
IoT, or the Internet of Things, is a term referring to connected machine and devices which can communicate remotely over a one, or several, wireless communication mediums. This has been defined by the IDC as “a network of networks of uniquely identifiable endpoints (or “things”) that communicate without human interaction using IP connectivity – be it “locally” or globally”
Internet of Things Applications
We are seeing implementations of IoT emerging in an ever growing number of fields, giving your smartphone more and more control over your physical surroundings as well as your digital. These devices are allowing us to make better use of our environment, resources and personal health through increased data measurements, more timely data collection / transfer and processing.
Embedded Systems (Modules)
The modules can perform functions to a variety of computers and devices, for example, wireless networking uses a dedicated router or modem to route data over networks such as GSM/GPRS and 3G/HSDPA. The router or modem must have an integrated system to allow wireless connectivity and functions over the network. Basic functions; send SMS, access Internet, etc.
Learn about LoRaWAN at the Lora Alliance
LoRaWAN is a media access control (MAC) layer protocol designed for large-scale public networks with a single operator. It is built using Semtech’s LoRa modulation scheme.
Wireless communication is information transferred over a distance without the use of cables/wires. This may be one-way communication systems such as television or radio broadcasting, or two-way communication systems such as machine-to-machine (M2M).
A wireless network refers to any type of computer or machine-to-machine (M2M) link communicating without the need of cables/wires.
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication uses technologies to allow both wireless and wired systems to connect with devices of the same ability.
M2M applications are found within a wide range of industries, these include automatic meter reading (AMR), vending machines, point of sales (POS) terminals, transport and logistics (fleet management), healthcare, security technology and many other applications.
Navigate the technical terminology and acronyms of IoT and M2M, with our handy glossary.
Fact-filled introduction to the ZigBee wireless protocol.
M2M Case Studies
A selection of case studies from different industries requiring remote access and monitoring.
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