The FCC regulates radio transmitters in the US and defines in the CFR limits on human body exposure to RF energy. For communications transmitters, this takes the form of two concepts that your radio device must comply with in order to be offered for sale. These are generally referred to as Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).
Nimbelink, a leading provider of cellular IoT solutions and services, has successful integrated its AT2 Asset Tracker with the SAP ERP platform for an industry leader in escalator and elevator manufacturing.
It’s not every day that two technology companies come together to combine the components of their offerings in such a way that a simpler overall solution emerges. In the case of NimbeLink’s integration with ClearBlade, success was inevitable.
We’re excited to announce that our cellular based Asset Tracking Solutions are now available on the AWS Partner Device Catalog.
From The Workshop partnered with GSMA, a foundation for Mobile Operators Worldwide, to create a 3-Part Cellular Crash Course for IoT Device Developers. In the series we’ll walk through all of the things you need to know before adding LTE or cellular connectivity to your IoT product.
There’s a lot of confusion in the marketplace about the three options for cellular radio hardware. One, Chipsets. Two, Modules. And three, Embedded Modems. So, let’s set the record straight and make sure we’re all on the same page.
The Low-Cost Way to Track Materials and Products in Your Supply Chain Looking for a robust edge-to-enterprise supply chain asset management solution? Want to track parts, ingredients, and raw materials, or monitor the location of finished goods in your warehouse or storage yard? The new NimbeLink AT4 Asset Tracking Solution will generate new insights into Read More
If you are creating an IoT device that requires low-power consumption, long battery life, and low data costs you’ll want to take a close look at the Low Power Wide Area Network wireless technology known as NarrowBand Internet of Things.
What your team needs to know before they begin work on your IoT product. You want your development team to produce an embedded cellular design that is reliable, cost effective and gets your IoT products to market faster. So, what is it they need to know now about cellular development that will enable them to reach these goals?
We have lots of exciting things happening in the near future. Over the next 6 weeks, we will be attending 4 solid events and we would love to see you there! Our first stop will be at Modex on April 9 – 12. Taking place in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center. Modex is Read More