Events CES 2021

Register for the first-ever, all digital CES to check out our company profile and schedule meetings with our IoT experts!

Events CES Conference Session:
5G in Connected Automotive

CES 2021 went entirely digital, although we are still excited to share that Mr. Hosain will be participating in their virtual IoT Conference: IoT Technology Fuels Smarter Healthcare, Workplaces, and Cars – a CES Partner Program presented by the IMC. Register now to save your spot!

Events Webinar Encore: How to Scale Your IoT Solution

So you’ve got a great connected solution, and now you want to scale. Join us for a live webinar to explore key considerations for managing cellular connectivity across a global fleet of devices. IoT expert Jason Chien will discuss critical aspects of scaling your IoT deployments, including…

Events Webinar: How to Scale Your IoT Solution

Join us for a live webinar to explore key considerations for managing cellular connectivity across a global fleet of devices. IoT expert Evan Whitelock will discuss critical aspects of scaling your IoT deployments.

Events GTM Focus: Off Grid Energy Access

Aeris is delighted to partner with Greentech Media for their upcoming Off-Grid Energy Access Event.  Paul Tarsey, who oversees the solar sector for Aeris, will join the panel alongside speakers from Engie, Azuri Technologies and others to discuss new data-driven ways to assess risk and minimize OPEX in the off-grid sector.

Events On-Demand Webinar:
3 Things to Look for In an IoT Connectivity Provider

Cellular connectivity is everywhere, leaving many with the impression that providers are more or less the same. When it comes to IoT, the reality is far more complex — with coverage, feature functionality, expertise, and responsiveness varying significantly from provider to provider. These differences only matter more as you scale.

Events Successful IoT Transitions From 2G/3G to LTE, LTE-M, NB-IoT, and Beyond

This session will cover the migration of IoT applications from using 2G/3G cellular connectivity to 4G and 5G – including LTE-M and NB-IoT. As carriers sunset the older technologies, IoT applications requiring cellular data connectivity must begin using the newer next-gen services. The presentation will discuss the real-world learnings that our customers have experienced in making this transition successfully.