How to achieve global IoT connectivity today
Ubiquity has been hailed as the next step for the Internet of Things, and a key stepping stone to the Internet of Everything. However, in an environment where the big vendors are all working in silos, and businesses are struggling to develop clear ROI on IoT projects, is a truly ubiquitous ecosystem just a pipe dream?
For the enterprise, a universal means for IoT connectivity that is cross-border, reliable and secure is essential to building the business case for IoT investment. In this webinar, Saverio Romeo and Thingstream’s experts will discuss some of the challenges around creating a universal network, and examine some potential solutions.
The webinar will examine:
- The anatomy of an IoT solution
- Today’s IoT connectivity landscape
- The role existing GSM technology can play
- The appropriate connectivity options for vertical industry use cases
VP of Business Development
Neil is VP of Business Development at Thingstream, a division of Myriad Group. Neil is a technology evangelist who has been a founding member of a number of successful technology start-ups involved with mobile and commerce technologies. He is passionate about demystifying complex technology and evangelising the business benefits and new revenue opportunities such technology presents.
Saverio runs research in the areas of M2M, Internet of Things, and wearable technologies. He has published in areas such as mobile healthcare, smart cities, smart utility, data analytics, smart farming, M2M/IoT connectivity, and M2M/IoT platforms. On these subjects, Saverio has also advised organizations such as Vodafone Group, Sierra Wireless, Telit, Motorola Solutions, Telefonica, Sony, Inmarsat, Accenture, Wireless Logic and GSMA.
IoT Now Magazine
George is a freelance technology journalist. He has covered the telecoms market since 1999 and contributes to Global Telecoms Business, The Mobile Network, VanillaPlus and Wireless magazines in addition to producing content on behalf of operators, vendors and creative agencies.