The fast-changing M2M/IOT market demands that companies considering a deployment or fine-tuning their existing M2M business get access the best intelligence available.
Aeris Communications and M2M Evolution magazine will offer valuable insight on the M2M market at 1:00 P.M. EDT / 10:00 A.M. PDT, May 28, 2014 in the webinar, Introduction to M2M Technologies: What Wireless or Wired Option is Right for Your Company & Products.
To register for the event, click here.
The webinar will be presented by Syed Zaeem Z Hosain, Chief Technical Officer, Aeris Communications. Moderating the event will be Rachel Ramsey, Web Editor, TMCnet.
Mr. Hosain will review the pros and cons of connectivity options including wired, wifi, cellular, satellite and more for different M2M and IOT applications.
Mr. Hosain will discuss what is the best option for your program today, five years, and ten years from now, and will review the pros and cons of connectivity options including wired, wifi, cellular, satellite and more for different M2M and IOT applications. During this session, the webinar will review dozens of use cases and make recommendations based on data usage, cost, location, and troubleshooting. Use cases will cover the healthcare/medical, point of sale, digital signage, fleet and utility industries, among others. This webinar will be an interactive session and Mr. Hosain will take questions and make recommendations based on your unique circumstances.
What Attendees will learn:
What technologies for connectivity are right for their business needs.
How to anticipate connectivity needs for the mid and long-term.
The necessary investment of time and money for the entire lifecycle of the different M2M/IOT technologies.
Who should attend:
Companies building a new M2M or IOT program or connecting new products/devices for customers.
Individuals managing M2M/IOT programs, including executives, product managers and engineers.
Companies in the healthcare/medical, point of sale, monitoring & metering, digital signage, fleet, consumer automotive, fleet and utility industries.