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  • July 02, 2020
New Feature: Customers Can Now Track the Status of Aeris Connectivity Services in Near Real-Time, Diagnosing Issues Faster

As part of Aeris’ commitment to help customers rapidly detect, diagnose, and resolve issues anywhere in their end-to-end system, we’ve enhanced the AerPort connectivity management portal to display near real-time status information for all Aeris connectivity services in a simplified visual status indicator.

  • Blog
  • June 18, 2020
New Resource Helps Customers Extend Useful Life of Battery Powered IoT Devices

LTE-M has power management modes that extend the battery life for IoT cellular devices. Enabling the modes differs for cellular modules from different manufacturers and can be time consuming to figure out. Aeris engineers conducted extensive testing and documented how to configure the power management modes for cellular modules from major manufacturers in order to reduce the development time for IoT devices.

  • Blog
  • June 03, 2020
A Surprising Potential Method for Powering IoT Devices: Gelatin

Gelatin's use as a transmission medium is what makes it so exciting for IoT devices. Scientists discovered that gelatin with an ionic charge can create thermo-electric power at room temperature.

  • Blog
  • May 27, 2020
Making Sense of IoT’s Quantum Future: Its Potential Impact on IoT Security

Quantum computing often sounds too good to be true. The name alone has that futuristic flair that verges on buzzword territory. When explained in the detail it deserves, the concept can be difficult to introduce to laymen in a way that makes the benefits obvious. Everyone’s familiar with the concept of bits, those zeroes-and-ones on-and-off […]

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  • May 20, 2020
Using Biometrics to Secure Healthcare Data

Since biometric data, such as fingerprints, faces, and irises, are relatively unchanging and unique to each individual, they represent a stronger method for security and user authentication than more traditional data protections.

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  • May 13, 2020
Telemedicine in the Pandemic Era: How COVID-19 Has Sparked Innovation in India’s Healthcare IoT

The global healthcare industry is working hard to develop new methods to support health infrastructures that are being taxed to their limits. Telemedicine could be a vital cog in the solution.

  • Blog
  • May 06, 2020
COVID-19’s Effect on Smart Utilities

The dynamics of power generation and consumption require close monitoring of how much energy is needed where and at what times.

  • Blog
  • April 29, 2020
IoT Helps with COVID-19 Relief: Providing the Intelligence and Speed to Flatten the Curve

IoT technologies hold the potential to provide critical support to the medical community as well as its patients. From accurate, real-time heat mapping to keep up with the spread, to home-based monitoring and diagnostics to slow the spread, IoT solutions offer crucial data—data that could play a pivotal role in flattening the curve.