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IoT connectivity minus the complexity for Transport and Telematics

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Telematics solutions for commercial vehicles are one of the most established IoT applications and recent updates in the market are creating new opportunities and exponential growth in this area. However, connectivity for telematics applications has always been complex, due to the need for multiple global operator agreements, the difficulties created by applications that are remote or roaming, and security issues inherent in including devices in moving vehicles. This webinar will provide the most up-to-date information on the global market opportunity for telematics solutions, explain how to ensure effortless management of global connectivity using ONE eSIM and ONE platform, as well as providing practical advice on how to keep connectivity simple, scalable and secure.

Benefits of attending:

  • Hear from renowned analysts Berg Insights, on the latest market trends and revenue opportunities for telematics solutions
  • Investigate the different types of connectivity available and how to choose the best option for your application
  • Learn how to consolidate management of multiple operator agreements to simplify global deployment of devices
  • See how the latest eSIM technology enables future proofing of devices in the field by allowing remote updates from ONE centralized platform
  • Understand the security risks related to remote tracking and how to mitigate them

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Terin Meade IoT Sales Director @ Pod Group

  • Guest speaker
    Jeremy Cowan Editorial Director & Publisher @ IoT Now

  • Guest speaker
    Rickard Andersson Principal Analyst @ Berg Insight

  • Guest speaker
    Felix Ontañón Director of Research and Development @ Pod Group

WeKnow Media

Digital Media Agency for the B2B sector. Clients inc. Oracle, Ericsson, Nokia & PTC. We own: IoT Now, The EE,VanillaPlus & IoTGN