By 2025 it is predicted that NB-IoT and LTE-M will account for over half of all cellular IoT connections.
Arkessa offers an extensive NB-IoT footprint in Europe and across the globe, giving our customers freedom to test and deploy their low-data, high-density applications in different geographical locations.
NB-IoT is best suited to static applications transmitting periodic short bursts of data such as metering, wearables, predictive maintenance, agriculture and smart city applications such as building automation and lighting.
NB-IoT can co-exist with 2G, 3G and 4G mobile networks but as some of these start to be phased out, this LPWAN technology will ease the transition to 5G. By 2025 it is predicted that NB-IoT and Cat-M will account for 52% of cellular IoT connections. Read Arkessa’s predictions for 2020.
The Shiratech Intelligent Condition Monitoring Box: iCOMOX NB-IoT monitors operating conditions from the surface of the equipment to identify potential faults and reduce risks associated with equipment operation and maintenance.
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Massive IoT – LPWAN technologies
LTE-M and NB-IoT support higher
deployment density and in-building
CELLULAR IoT technologies include NB-IoT and LTE-M which are LPWA solutions designed for applications which require long battery life, massive deployment density, ease of deployment and lower costs.
NB-IoT offers significant benefits over non-cellular LPWA technologies:
Visit our Cellular IoT page for further information and guidance.