A Fresh Approach to Remote IoT Connectivity - Podsystem M2M. As part of the Internet of Things North America conference in Chicago Illinois (April 13th – 14th 2016), Podsystem Inc.
CEO Sam Colley presented ‘A Fresh Approach to Remote IoT Connectivity’. Sam addressed the challenges faced by remote IoT applications developers and discussed ways of overcoming them. His presentation was based on an infographic which is available for download below. Alternatively, you can download the presentation with explanatory notes on each slide. Our infographic “A Fresh Approach to remote IoT Connectivity” has been designed to provide IoT applications developers – particularly those focused on remote, roaming and mission critical applications – with information and advice on connectivity options, device design and future-proofing to prolong the lifespan of the application and avoid costly mistakes.
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