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Ensure Success for your Transportation IoT Project with Seamless Connectivity
11th May 2017
15:00 London | 16:00 Paris | 10:00 New York
The adoption of IoT technology is disruptive and innovation is needed when connecting things that are constantly moving. But cellular networks are not always ubiquitous as coverage differs by location. Understanding how to create seamless connectivity for your business-critical moving assets is key for the success of your IoT deployment.
When implementing IoT you need better connectivity that can detect all available networks, seamlessly select and attach to the best carrier for any location. This capability significantly simplifies IoT deployments for moving assets initiatives.
During this webinar, speakers will address:
- The rapidly evolving IoT landscape in transportation and moving assets
- Customer use cases on how IoT is transforming asset tracking, the sharing economy, asset monitoring, fleet management, and charging stations
- Top questions to ask when selecting the right IoT SIM and connectivity
- How to future-proof your connected moving assets with eUICC/eSIMS to enable growth
VP Product Marketing,
Cloud and Connectivity Services Business Unit
Cyril Hullin brings the experience of business interaction with vertical players throughout the world. He understands IoT market pain points and what solutions can accelerate new IoT projects in different market segments. Before the Mobiquithings (Now Sierra Wireless) venture, he was the EMEA Director for Bell Labs Business Modelling group for Alcatel-Lucent.
Rickard Andersson is a Senior Analyst at Berg Insight, which he joined in 2010. Rickard’s current focus area at Berg Insight is the commercial telematics market and he has authored a wide range of reports on various telematics topics including fleet management solutions and intelligent transportation systems, covering geographies such as Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Russia and the CIS, North America, Latin America, China, Australia & New Zealand and South Africa. Rickard holds an MSc degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Chalmers University of Technology.
Editorial Director & Publisher,
IoT Now & VanillaPlus
Jeremy Cowan is Editorial Director of a publishing group that has specialised in the IT, Hi-Tech and Telecoms industry for the last 14 years. He currently oversees the global specialist title, IoT Now, which focuses solely on the IoT and its impact to the enterprise adopters. Jeremy has been working closely with Industry Analysts over the last two years to produce a set of definitive guides to starting out in IoT.