Quick definition: Remote condition monitoring is a process that uses IoT sensors to monitor an asset’s performance in real time. These sensors transmit information like temperature, vibration level, speed, pressure, power, and output to an application, where an operator can analyze it and make decisions. The application can also be configured to send alerts when a piece of equipment’s condition reaches a predefined threshold, allowing operators to prevent breakdowns.
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Remote SIM Provisioning: Change SIM Profiles Over-the-Air
While remote SIM provisioning has been widely adopted for use in cell phones, in the Internet of Things (IoT), adoption has lagged behind.
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