iMetrik M2M Launches its Cellular Gateway With Local Area Connect

iMetrik M2M has completed the development of its Cellular Gateway product which combines Wide and Local Area capability, into a unit designed to offer a ‘plug and play’ system for deploying an entirely wireless M2M solution in a single step.

The WAN/PAN gateway is part of the total solution iMetrik M2M offers to the market. The system includes battery-powered sensors that communicate wirelessly over the Personal Area Network to the gateway unit, which communicates over the Wide Area Network by using iMetrik’s global GSM network.

End-users can access the remote end points through iMetrik M2M’s web application for the monitoring or control of any asset. The Gateway is shipped pre-activated and there is no need for the user to deal with local wireless providers as iMetrik provides automatic coverage in over 120 countries. Users simply needs a computer or smart phone and Internet access.

The design decisions behind this system were made to adapt the choice and dimensioning of radio-transmission, micro-controller, and power components into the optimum configuration for maximum range and stability, at the lowest possible power usage levels. The product has also been developed to conform with frequency regulations for wireless signals around the world, and for easy application across multiple usage scenarios, in a variety of different markets.

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