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Embedded M2M Solutions Week in Review

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August 17, 2013

Embedded M2M Solutions Week in Review

By Monica Gleberman, Contributing Writer

With the weekend comes some time to relax and catch up on some news you might have missed this week. Check out some of the latest news on embedded M2M solutions below.

VIAWEB partnered with Telit Wireless (News - Alert) Solutions to help create a remote monitoring alarm system for its clients. By allowing VIAWEB to incorporate Telit’s GE865-QUAD module with its Modulo VIAWEB GPRS Universal, alarm systems will be able to transmit a signal through the Internet and other cellular communications.

“The security segment is one of the most important in the Latin American M2M market,” said Ricardo Buranello, director, Latin America, Telit. “Solutions developed here are among the best in the world and Telit is happy to support its customers with great products and value-added services. The VIAWEB system is highly flexible and affordable without sacrificing quality and reliability. It provides the means to control the alarm system from connected devices such as mobile phones and tablets and points to the future of this market."

Another set of companies planning to collaborate is the Open Mobile (News - Alert) Alliance (OMA) and oneM2M. Together, the two companies plan on hosting a panel discussion on how others should plan on implementing M2M connectivity. The new panel, set to debut at the ITEXPO (News - Alert) in Las Vegas, will focus on helping clients integrate M2M on vertical markets, while simplifying the process.

“oneM2M is working to unify the global M2M community by developing a cost-effective, widely-available service layer that meets the needs of both communications industry and our vertical industry members implementing M2M solutions,” said Richard Brennan (News - Alert), MARCOM chairperson at oneM2M.

Finally, Southeastern Freight Lines has upgraded its telematics solution with technology from PeopleNet. Now instead of being limited by its solution, Southeastern will have the freedom it requires to actively monitor its fleet.

"PeopleNet's flexibility has made it very easy to move our extensive collection of in-house applications without major conversion issues. Plus, PeopleNet offers us tremendous expansion opportunities for future applications that will continue to enhance the safety of our drivers' environment," said Braxton Vick, Southeastern Freight Lines senior vice president of corporate planning and development.

Now instead of restrictions, Southeastern will be able to improve its fuel efficiency by reducing idle times, identify when a vehicle is speeding, monitor its fleet on multiple screens, schedule vehicle maintenance and more.

Stay updated on the latest in embedded M2M solutions every week! Have a great weekend.

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