JULY EDITION OF CONNECTED
|Beecham Research’s report, ‘Application Intelligence & Connected Devices: Harnessing The Value’, identifies new trends with the rise of an M2M ecosystem converging with big data and cloud computing. New trends include application intelligence and security for connected devices at the network edge.|
The report predicts that more real time decision making, data analysis and data storage will be required at the network edge, including other aspects such as device security and data protection. With further complementary data processing required at the data center for wider sharing, the network traffic is expected to increase substantially beyond current levels.
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Darren Moroney – General Manager, M2M Connectivity
Special Developer Offer –
|The Quake Q-Puck Iridium Serial modem is finally here. |
To help our developers start testing with this exciting new product we have an offer available for August 2013.
Developers can buy 1 x Q-Puck modem and cable (select either 1.5m or 5m length) for a special price of $400 + GST . The normal price for <100 pieces is $520 ex GST
To place your order please use the order code:
If you haven’t already done so please complete the Quake NDA (Call us for this if needed) and we can provide full technical support and documentation to help get your application working quickly.
For more information on the Quake Q-Puck, please click here.
Sierra Wireless AirLink Fastrack FX100 HSPA+
The Sierra Wireless AirLink™ Fastrack Xtend FX100 HSPA+ programmable gateway provides a highly extendable platform for the creation of a wide range of M2M solutions on 3G/NextG/HSPA.
The FX100 modem features integrated GPS (GPSExtra), memory and processor to host your applications (using OpenAT). Fastrack FX100 comes with both RS232 and USB interfaces, and provides twin antenna connections supporting RX diversity for 3G models as well as a separate connection for GPS. The modem is powered via an external power supply (240 v or DC).
For more information on the Fastrack Xtend FX100, please click here.
NEW Globalstar SmartOne Serial Cable
The SMARTONE uses the I/O port for unit configuration as well as interface to remote passive and smart sensors. Two commands are provided in the unit interface to support smart sensors.
External sensors that can format and communicate to the SMARTONE can send user data through the SMARTONE by using these two commands.
The Globalstar SmartOne LP (line-powered) is designed for the intelligent management of powered and non- powered fixed and mobile assets. It is a practical solution for tracking asset location, reporting unauthorized movement, engine runtime reporting and major fault monitoring as well as a multitude of other applications. Users can track intermediate bulk containers, vehicles and boats as a solution to improve your assets operating efficiency and security.
New connectBlue tutorials –
Tech Tip: Radiocrafts TinyMesh
TinyMesh is a powerful multi-hop mesh protocol with bidirectional wireless communication for control and monitoring of individual nodes. The network data packages are 120 byte. The protocol is transparent and may carry application layers like for instance Wireless M-Bus (European norm), MODBUS, DLMS/COSEM and KNX RF.
To understand how TinyMesh works as a powerful tool for remote management, and for a quick start with TinyMesh view the following tutorials here.
1. Introduction to TinyMesh part 1