Streamlining IoT connectivity for efficient Smart Building device management
07.02.2024 In Smart Building device development and management, the critical role of reliable IoT connectivity in enhancing operational efficiency cannot be overstated. Businesses are faced with the limitations imposed by single-network solutions or the complexities of managing multiple single networks.
Navigating IoT Connectivity Services
Contents (Click on text to jump to section) Introduction
What Is IoT Connectivity: A Comparison Guide
Connectivity is a critical component of the Internet of Things. IoT devices rely on networks to communicate with gateways, applications, servers, routers, and other IoT devices. This communication—transmitting and receiving data—enables IoT devices to perform the functions they were designed for.
Automate SIM management with the emnify Python SDK
emnify is an API-first cellular connectivity platform designed to be integrated directly into customer applications. This gives you the opportunity to automate their connectivity management while troubleshooting their devices as a whole—connectivity included. As we continue our mission to spark innovation in IoT, we are excited to announce the release of another tool designed to simplify connectivity management—emnify’s Python SDK.
How to Stop SIM Theft from Increasing Your Fleet Tracking Costs
No one likes fraud. But if you’re a fleet management provider, odds are you and your customers have been stuck footing the bill for data your businesses didn’t actually use—because it was stolen from you.
How APIs Improve Fleet Tracking Solutions
emnify’s REST API and no-code integration tools bring connectivity data straight to your fleet management application. This dramatically reduces your reliance on manual device management processes, streamlines your ability to track and process telematic data like coordinates and fuel consumption, and simplifies every deployment.
7 IoT Challenges in 2023 and How to Solve Them
For over two decades, the Internet of Things (IoT) has transformed industries by enabling businesses and consumers to remotely monitor, analyze, and control devices. The use cases for IoT are constantly increasing, and there are now billions of connected devices worldwide.
10 Cutting-Edge IoT Use Cases for 2023
There are more than 10 billion IoT devices worldwide, and this number is projected to reach about 30 billion by 2030. Connectivity has countless applications for consumers and businesses alike. New technology enables manufacturers to make these devices smaller, more efficient, more powerful, and more versatile.
11 Signs Your Connectivity Solution Is Hurting Your Predictive Maintenance
IoT connectivity is the backbone of your predictive maintenance solution. It enables a range of sensors to transmit real-time performance data to an application with machine learning and predictive analytics capabilities, so you can extend the life and utility of assets, dramatically reduce costs, and improve safety and compliance. But simply having IoT connectivity isn’t good enough. Right now, there are numerous ways that your connectivity solution could be hindering your predictive maintenance processes and preventing you from maximizing these benefits. A surprising number of OEMs, system integrators, and their customers have learned to put up with sub-par connectivity because they didn’t know there was a better option. Whether you jump into connectivity portals every day or you just need your solution to work, your connectivity solution should make your predictive maintenance solutions more useful, not less. Here are some of the connectivity challenges manufacturers like you are dealing with, plus how emnify helps you resolve them.