The events season is well under way and Eseye are attending a number of trade shows this week. With three shows in three continents Eseye are displaying their credentials as a global, specialist supplier of highly managed M2M and IoT device connectivity. Whether your project uses a server, private or public cloud Eseye’s reliable cellular SIM cards can help ease your communications concerns, while bringing device optimisation and cloud integration expertise to your project. If you are adopting an AWS solution Eseye have a ground-breaking way of certifying global devices from within the AWS IoT Console, simplifying your communications as much as possible.
Munich is looking into waste and sewage
This week IFAT https://www.ifat.de/index-2.html is meeting in Munich, it’s covering water, waste, sewage as well as raw materials. Rene Hirsch is Eseye’s DACH representative attending the show this Wednesday. With a wealth of experience within the M2M/IoT connectivity market Rene is able to advise and assist those needing a reliable solution for their device project.
Utilities are the focus for South Africa
Looking south to Jeremy Potgieter who is representing Eseye at the Africa Utility Week http://www.african-utility-week.com/ in Cape Town on Tuesday to Thursday. With representatives from over 20 African countries Africa Utility Week is the premier place to discuss power, energy and water value chains. If you are beginning an IoT project or struggling with connectivity then speak to Jeremy about the global AnyNet and AWS cloud connected AnyNet Secure SIM cards.
USA is looking to the IoT
Travelling to the USA, Eseye’s VP North America Ken Lowe is attending the IoT World https://tmt.knect365.com/iot-world/ conference in Santa Clara. With cellular IoT growing to 2.4 billion connections by 2025 it has never been a better time take advantage of the power of IoT. Eseye have worked closely with MikroElektronika, makers of IoT development boards, to ease your journey from idea to deployment.
AWS visited London last week
Eseye enjoyed attending the two day Summit held by AWS in London. AWS IoT was the focus as it is growing both in uptake and functions, AWS IoT Analytics having been launched with Eseye’s global SIM connectivity at the Hannover Messe last month. Eseye provide the easiest and simplest way to connect cellular IoT devices to the AWS cloud – the AnyNet Secure.
If you are interested in globally available cellular connectivity for IoT then please
email: firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a meeting at one of the shows.