Extending battery life is an entry point to profitable IoT

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Industry 4.0 is a leap into new revenue streams for today’s manufacturers, with the help of data, analytics and Artificial Intelligence. The drive towards efficient transmission of data has launched technologies such as NB-IoT and CAT-M, that allow for more intelligent data transmission and power consumption.

Using these technologies, but taking them further still, floLIVE has developed a unique approach that comprises three routes to reduced latency.

This white paper includes:

  • The answer to extending the battery life of IoT devices, making IoT truly profitable
  • Three varied approaches to reduce latency and therefore improve performance
  • The best way to balance connectivity with challenges such as roaming, security and compliance
  • A thorough checklist for manufacturers to make sure they cover all of their bases when launching IoT projects

Download the white paper now.

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