More Than 20 Billion Connected Devices Expected by 2020
Satellite plays a major role in supporting the growing requirements of the Internet of Things and Machine to Machine (M2M), serving the vast number of connected devices in remote and difficult to reach areas.
For many years, satellite has played a vital part in Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) and M2M connectivity for oil and gas pipelines, smart grids, environmental monitoring and more. As the number of connected devices continues to grow significantly - bringing operators the benefits of increased operational efficiencies - satellite will remain an essential tool for providing connectivity to remote locations.
By offering an extremely cost-effective terminal as part of a scalable network solution, value can be provided for operational managers in the fields of earthquake monitoring facilities, oil and gas infrastructure, utilities, transport, energy distribution and environmental monitoring anywhere in the world. The advent of large scale renewable energy facilities like windmill parks in inhospitable areas can benefit from a SCADA network to optimize efficiency of energy generation and transportation.
In our new application note, "IoT - SCADA", you will find out more about:
- Expectations by 2020
- How It Works & Security
- High Availability at Minimum Cost
- Network Scaling
- Versatile Service Guarantees
- Fast Deployment
- Low Power Consumption