• A

    • Asset Tracking

      Asset tracking refers to numerous means of monitoring the location of physical assets. These can be anything from vehicles to cargo to equipment and more. It can also track people or animals wearing tags or similar connected devices.

  • C

    • Connected Devices

      They are physical objects that can connect to other systems via the Internet. These devices, commonly embedded with technology such as processing chips, software, and sensors, collect data and share it with other devices and systems. They are also typically monitored and controlled remotely.

  • G

    • Gateway

      A gateway is a router that is a crucial stopping point for data on its way to or from other networks. Due to the gateways, we can communicate and send data back and forth.

    • GNSS

      A global navigation satellite system (GNSS) describes any satellite constellation that provides positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) services worldwide or regional.

  • H

    • Hardware Security Module (HSM)

      An HSM is used for secure, hardware-based storage of device secrets. It can store certificates and symmetric keys. It's considered one of the safest forms of secret storage for a device.

  • I

    • Industrial IoT

      IIoT (Industrial IoT) connects machines, vehicles, and devices in several industries such as manufacturing, logistics, utilities, and oil & gas. Industrial IoT devices commonly run applications like intelligent factory warehousing, predictive and remote maintenance, smart metering and smart grid, security systems, equipment monitoring, and industrial HVAC.

    • IoT Applications

      IoT Applications can span virtually every industry and vertical, ranging from healthcare to transportation, retail to manufacturing.

    • IoT Devices

      It is a piece of hardware with a sensor that transmits data from one place to another over the Internet. These IoT devices usually include wireless sensors, software, actuators, and computer devices. They also can be embedded in mobile devices, industrial equipment, environmental sensors, medical devices, etc. Connected IoT devices bring usage and other data that can potentially provide insights that lead industries/businesses to cost reductions, efficiency gains, and new business opportunities.

    • IoT Solutions

      Countless IoT devices are now designed with multiple sensors to gather various data, which can be collected, analyzed, and acted upon. IoT solutions help bring and manage the disparate parts of IoT, like devices, sensors, security, networks, and platforms. IoT solutions can include, more specifically, IoT technology solutions, IoT device management solutions, and IoT security solutions.

  • L

    • Low-Code

      Low-code is a software development approach that enables the delivery of applications faster and with minimal hand-coding.

  • M

    • Modular

      A modular approach consists of quickly enabling/disabling software modules based on the customers' requirements.

  • T

    • Tag

      A tag is a device that can be attached to an asset - inventory or equipment and monitors its location inside buildings or outdoors.

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