Round Solutions partners with 1NCE to support customers' needs for IoT devices, implementation and connectivity by providing a revolutionary SIM Card offer.
In June this year, the European Union took a major step in the world of mobile telecommunications by completely abolishing all roaming charges. Today, cell phone users no longer have to be worried about incurring massive charges travelling within Europe making it much easier to travel and stay connected.
The modern Internet of Things (IoT) doesn’t exist without the cloud. Sending data from the sensor to cloud is the best way to take advantage of modern sensor solutions such as the SenseCeiver Wireless Sensor Gateway.
Cellular networks are constantly evolving, changing, and innovating. And while this leads to advanced technology and faster, more effective cellular networks, it also means that older, outdated technology must be left behind.
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Galileo, the European satellite navigation system, provides almost scary accuracy in positioning. Last year in December it was officially put into operation and brings us the next great advance in navigation technology.
We have some exciting news for you, note of March 14-16th.
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In the fast-paced world of the Internet of Things (IoT), time is money. Getting your design to market quickly is extremely important, but many times, overcoming the development challenges can slow you down.
Visit us from 8th to 11th of November in Munich, Germany at the Electronica in Hall A4, Stand W03. Get a free entry ticket for a day and experience the latest IoT trends at first hand.
The IoT revolution is just over the horizon. In fact, it’s closer than you might think. Internet of Things technology will connect physical objects together into a cohesive network, using electronics, sensors, wifi capabilities, software, and other embedded tech.
Oil and gas is globally a lucrative industry, known for providing relatively high wages to its workers. While the industry has been an economic boon in many oil and gas-producing regions, it comes at a cost: workers face many safety hazards that can lead to disabling or fatal injuries. The fatality rate is seven times higher than the average for all other industries, and this has been the case since the 1990s.