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Expanding the Reach of IoT-Based Asset Monitoring

Course Information

Join us for an engaging archived webcast as we delve into the cutting-edge advancements at the intersection of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and accessible satellite-based connectivity. In recent times, IoT has emerged as a game-changer for the real-time monitoring of large, geographically distributed infrastructure assets. However, the challenge has always been in extending this capability to remote locations where traditional connectivity falls short.

This webcast will explore the groundbreaking strides made in the field of satellite-based connectivity, opening new possibilities for IoT applications in previously inaccessible areas. Discover how these innovative solutions are reshaping the landscape of infrastructure monitoring—providing a reliable and robust connection to geographically distributed assets such as railways, bridges and dams in even the most remote and challenging environments.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore the advances in satellite-based backhaul connectivity for remote locations.
  • Learn about the LoRaWAN Network protocol and how it’s being used to streamline sensor data ingestion for providing effective last-mile connectivity.
  • Discover how IoT-based sensor data is being leveraged to monitor infrastructure such as railways, bridges and dams.
  • Learn how the combination of satellite-based connectivity and IoT data management and analysis technology can unlock monitoring for previously inaccessible assets.

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