A GPS tracking unit is a device, that can be associated with a person, vehicle, shipping container, or any other object required, that uses the Global Positions System (GPS) to periodically or in real time track a device’s location and movements. The recorded location data can be stored within the tracking unit or transmitted to a server to be viewed by an application or website.Learn More
A typical home has many different systems in it. The integrating of these systems together is the basis for a Smart Home. Using the Internet of Things, you can make your life simpler and your home a safer place.Learn More About Custom Solutions
A smart city is an urban area that uses different types of electronic data collection sensors to supply information which is used to manage assets and resources efficiently.Learn More
Cox Communications is launching an Internet of Things as a service program called Cox2M, and it’s kicking off the program with a nationwide deployment of 500,000 commercial vehicles. This deployment, for the record, is the largest low-power wide-area IoT deployment in the world as of this writing. Cox Communications is billing this deployment as a “connected asset services” business, and is aiming it squarely at enterprise and government use cases and clientele. The idea is that Cox Communications will utilize its broadband and cellular holdings throughout its covered area to provide IoT as a service for commercial use.