Telit presents IoT technology at MWC 2017

Telit at MWC 2017
Telit will present how Internet of Things (IoT) technology can create business value through a live Connected Experience at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) in Barcelona.

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“The Connected Experience demos showcase how we accelerate businesses transformation and improvement applying Telit IoT Know How to help customers create real business impact and value employing our products and services,” said Alon Segal, Telit CTO.

Telit said it will demonstrate the Connected Experience live using an interactive app, developed in association with Tech Mahindra and running on Telit’s deviceWISE IoT Platform.

Visitors at MWC 2017 can use the app, powered by the Telit HE922-3GR module, to track Telit personnel by request and view their exact current location in the two-story booth, demonstrating the application of Bluetooth beacon triangulation based on Telit BlueMod +S42 modules.

Visitors can also access real-time remote monitoring and position location from devices connected with various short-range Telit module technologies, including ultra-low power Wi-Fi from the recent acquisition of GainSpan.
Telit for IoT technology
The other feature of the app is to review asset management and compliance reporting. The app will show how to track and monitor objects in any environment choosing from a spectrum of wireless technologies supported exemplified in the expanded xE866 family.

Telit will also conduct the demo of a smart city, developed in association with Libelium, featuring Plug & Sense nodes located around the Telit booth with different types of sensor probes, measuring temperature, humidity, luminosity, dust and other parameters. Telit aggregates the data through a Libelium Meshlium Gateway, running the integrated Telit Cloud Connector software.

Users can monitor and cast votes for favorite coffee preparations at the Illy Coffee lounge in the Telit booth.

In addition, Telit will also unveil a connected in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) experience with LTE Cat 6 LE940 automotive module. The IVI system will use the Telit module’s cellular technology to provide internet connection to Android based car dashboard display demonstrating a variety of applications trending in the latest car display concepts.

“The Connected Experience illustrates how Telit – in cooperation with our valued ecosystem partners – enables end-to-end IoT solutions that drive business transformation across many markets and industries worldwide,” said Jack Indekeu, Telit CMO.

Telit in pact with Tele2

Meanwhile, Telit has expanded its partnership with telecom operator Tele2 on Pan-European LTE IoT connectivity services.

Telit and Tele2 offer data plans with predictable pricing without roaming charges for IoT applications, such as video monitoring, digital signage or real-time asset tracking – with LTE connectivity across the EU. Tele2 will offer a 100MB free trial along with the data roaming packages that range from 50MB to 2GB per month.

Roar Bolt-Hansen, sales director at Tele2 IoT, said: “With more and more applications requiring a higher bandwidth, in all different verticals, we strongly believe in these LTE roaming plans that we are now offering in partnership with Telit.”

Telit said the broadband offer supports Optimus, Telit’s retroactive billing optimization engine. Data customers will gain as their SIMs can assign the best monthly broadband subscription, saving operation cost and avoiding bill shock.