Webinar: Cat M1 Network for Industrial IoT Deployment

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[Webinar]: Cat M1 Network for Industrial IoT Deployment

 

Newly available low-power Cat M1 LTE cellular service is now available using end-device-certified modems operating on nationwide LTE networks. Cat M1 provides affordable, low power cellular access and is ideal for large-volume, low-bandwidth, battery powered or off-the-grid monitoring and reporting systems. 

This webinar will cover Cat M1 capabilities and benefits along with design requirements and ways to speed product development. This webinar will also focus on:

- LTE Cat M1 and its industrial applications
- Rapid development using the Skywire Cat M1 modem and development kit
- The QTELLUS Asset Tracker System, a ready-to-deploy application made possible by Cat M1 technology and utilizing the Skywire Cat M1 modem's built-in GPS and temperature sensor

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Date: May 16, 2017

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 hour

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About the Speakers:

Kurt Larson

Kurt Larson

CTO/Founder

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Scott Schwalbe

CEO/Co-Founder

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Brandon Hart

Brandon Hart

Director Technical Business Development

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Mat Dirjish

Mat Dirjish [Moderator]

Executive Editor

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