For those working from home, and because of this new reality, ORBCOMM wants to keep folks up to speed on the latest innovations in industrial IoT and M2M with a live webinar — Satellite/Cellular IoT: The Next Generation on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, 1pm EDT (5pm UTC) . Register here.
What hasn’t changed is that there are 30 billion connected devices in the world today, and that number is expected to double in the next four years. Industries all over the globe are taking advantage of IoT connectivity to enhance their operations, and satellite is critical to ensuring the uninterrupted flow of information.
Join ORBCOMM’s experts for this informative and engaging webinar to learn about the many capabilities of their brand-new ST 9100 device — a dual-mode satellite and cellular terminal for diverse IoT applications, ideal for remotely monitoring and controlling assets across multiple industries:
- Transportation: Keep fleets connected with uninterrupted efficiency.
- Mining: Track and enhance operations both inside the mine and out.
- Maritime: Never lose sight of dry and refrigerated assets or vessels at sea.
- Oil & Gas/Utilities: Safely monitor and control remote equipment in the field.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is a must attend for value-added resellers, distributors, solution providers, system integrators and anyone involved in the development of IoT, M2M and satellite-based solutions. Whether an established ORBCOMM VAR looking to get to the next level or looking to bolster solutions, there will be some practical tips and fresh ideas.
About the Speakers
Hugo is a Product Manager at ORBCOMM responsible for the satellite and dual-mode product portfolio across multiple industries, including transportation, heavy equipment, oil & gas, maritime and utilities. Formerly a Sales Engineer for the transport, rail and telecommunications sectors, Hugo brings 10 years of industry expertise to the table.
Gabriela has been a part of the ORBCOMM team for 15 years, including 10 years of sales experience for the VAR business in Latin America. She currently uses her expertise as a member of the marketing team, taking advantage of nearly 30 years of sales, communications and marketing in the technology industry.