Features added to M2M service delivery platform

Sensorlogic has announced version 3.4 of its service delivery platform with added features that improve support for the development of wireless applications such as insurance telematics, smart package tracking, security, and asset monitoring and management.

Added features include: integration with GSM wireless provisioning systems; trip, route, geofence and shipment services; hybrid location services; and support for advanced tracking and monitoring devices.

The platform provides a commercial foundation that includes all the core software services and open device management infrastructure required for M2M applications. This moves M2M complexity into the cloud, helping companies focus their development resources on their added value.

“Now that intelligent devices are increasingly connected, enterprises, OEMs and network operators are hungry for new applications that can deliver valuable managed services to their customers,” said Paul Henderson, vice president of marketing and product management for Sensorlogic. “Sensorlogic is helping proliferate this next generation of M2M by providing the infrastructure that every application needs as an easy-to-use, cloud-based web service.

“Our latest version 3.4 continues to expand our platform with customer-driven features that help companies lower cost of ownership and improve time-to-market for future-proofed M2M applications that will grow with their businesses.”

Version 3.4 offers a full range of services for M2M applications. These include open device communications and protocol translation, device data storage and management, configurable business rules and complex event processing, location-based services with geospatial triggers, alerts and notifications, secure device group management, data warehousing, and reporting.

Users’ M2M applications interact with the platform through web services APIs that can be accessed via any programming language or application framework.


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