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Driving Transformation Around the Globe

With its history of intelligent innovation, a security-first mindset, and a growing ecosystem of global partners, the new Aeris is a leader in driving the successful, sustainable growth of both the IoT and Connected Vehicle markets.

Bringing the Best of Both Together

We are driving better outcomes in IoT by adding IoT Accelerator and Connected Vehicle Cloud. IoT and Connected Vehicle deployments can be incredibly rigid and less adaptable to the changing needs of an Enterprise. We are bringing experts and technologies together to provide the connectivity and innovations to build the most intelligent, agile, secure, and flexible IoT and Connected Vehicle programs.




Scale IoT Anywhere and Everywhere

At the core of every successful global IoT program is the ability to connect where you need to. Aeris’ network of partners now includes Communication Services Providers across the world, bringing cellular coverage to wherever connected things operate.

Global Partner Network

Working with our extensive global partner network –  with locations in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific, Aeris enables intelligent digital transformations for enterprises in every corner of the world.

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Paving the Way by Doing Things Differently

One of our favorite mottos at Aeris is, “We do things differently.” As an IoT pioneer in an industry poised to reshape every sector of the global economy, innovation will always be the key to our success and it’s reflected in everything we do: from product design to corporate wellness.

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Getting IoT Security Right: How Successful Enterprises Achieve Better ROI – June 22, 2023 
Security | Webinars

This joint Aeris and ABI Research webinar will walk attendees through practical business strategies designed to extract more out of an enterprise’s IoT security investment, yielding a greater return/ROI and stronger security posture for enterprise cellular IoT programs. Results from a survey of 150 North American and European enterprises will also be unveiled that examine where, how and why large enterprises are currently allocating their IoT security budgets and spend. This webinar will also walk through the IoT security buying journey and corresponding considerations including primary IoT security spend drivers, associated costs and key stakeholder inputs in the decision making process.

Cellular IoT Cybersecurity Considerations for Manufacturing
Security | Blog

IoT security took center stage at the IMC IoT Summit panel \”Industrial Cybersecurity: Key Considerations for Manufacturing & Fabrication\” last month. Aeris co-founder and chief evangelist, Syed \”Z\” Hosain, joined Ellen Boehm, senior vice president of Global IoT Strategy & Ops at Keyfactor, for a wide-ranging conversation around the state of cellular IoT security at large, and how manufacturing enterprises should prepare now to adequately secure their IoT investments.

Redtail Telematics and Aeris: Changing the Insurance Game Plan
Automotive | Case Studies

Redtail Telematics Ltd is headquartered in Cambridge, UK and, together with subsidiary Redtail Telematics Corp in San Diego, California, is unique among telematics service providers (TSPs) in designing and manufacturing its own devices—known as onboard units (OBUs)—as opposed to purchasing them from a technology provider. Redtail’s rigorous approach to quality sustains throughout their full-service offering combining APIs, portals, raw or managed data and b2b/b2c apps.

Webinar: Key IoT Cybersecurity Considerations 
Security | Webinars

Hear how the growing IoT landscape has impacted the security of connected devices and IoT networks for manufacturing enterprises.

Common Hurdles to IoT Device-Level Security
Security | Blog

As enterprises implement and manage cellular IoT programs, the security of IoT systems and connected devices is a major concern. Research conducted by Kaleido Intelligence found that 85% of surveyed organizations see cybersecurity breaches as a pain point. One of the most difficult aspects of managing a successful IoT program is ensuring the security of hundreds – if not hundreds of thousands – of connected devices. Threat actors often target this equipment because they are notoriously difficult to secure.