• Events
  • September 03, 2019
Webinar: Scaling your IoT Deployment

It’s easy to overlook an important question―what’s the right strategy to scale your IoT deployment? Come hear Syed Z Hosain, CTO & Founder of Aeris, discuss three scaling concepts.

  • Events
  • August 21, 2019
Webinar: IoT and Blockchain: Securing Business Processes

See how disruptive technologies like IoT are creating more opportunities for the application of blockchain.

  • Events
  • August 21, 2019
Webinar: Transitioning to Next-Generation LTE-M

Your connected device has low network bandwidth requirements and needs a long battery life – LTE-M is the perfect wireless technology for you.

  • Events
  • August 14, 2019
Women in IoT

August 9, 2019
Aeris Communications, Noida, India

  • Events
  • August 09, 2019
Webinar: How to Launch IoT Projects

Come listen to this webinar where we will highlight the optimal path to deploying, and eventually scaling, your IoT program.

Press Releases

  • Press Releases
  • June 24, 2019
Aeris recognized by Frost & Sullivan as IoT Platform of the Year for the second time

Aeris Communications, a pioneer in the Internet of Things (IoT) and M2M technologies, today announced that it has been conferred the prestigious 2019 Frost & Sullivan India ICT Award for “IoT Platform Vendor of the Year”, for the second year in a row.

Media Coverage

  • Media Coverage
  • April 02, 2019
From Ice Cream To Organs

The Internet of Things (IoT) is typically associated with smart homes or vehicles. One compelling, and perhaps lesser known, use case is asset tracking. IoT can enable items to be tracked anywhere, any place, at any time. It can also provide information on the item’s state and environment, including the level of humidity or light exposure, or evidence of tampering. Mohsen Mohseninia, VP of Market Development, Europe at Aeris, and Richard Jennings, CEO and co-founder at TrackerSense, demonstrate the scope of IoT asset tracking with five unusual use cases.

  • Media Coverage
  • March 26, 2019
Carrier Agnostic Cellular Networks Could Lead to Improved Solar Energy Strategies

Global energy demand has experienced consistent growth over the last few years, and by 2040, it is expected to increase by 60%. This rise in added demand has been met not only by fossil fuels, but by renewable energy sources, which actually contribute to around 25% of the energy requirement globally, a number that is only set to grow.