Advanced verification for fault-free wireless M2M communication

September 16, 2013 //By Franz-Josef Dahmen
Advanced verification for fault-free wireless M2M communication
M2M (machine-to-machine) communication brings valuable benefits both to device manufacturers and to end users: remote sensing, monitoring, tracking and data-logging bring a new dimension to the functions of machines.

Wireless is the preferred mode of communication for nearly all these applications. Of course, wireless communication supports mobile applications, such as track-and-trace in the logistics sector. But even in fixed devices, wireless connectivity is often preferred because of the low cost of installation, particularly in remote locations, and the ready availability of commercial off-the-shelf communications modules for wireless protocols such as GSM, 3G and LTE (in cellular telephony), as well as ZigBee and WiFi.

Read the full article on page 32 of our September digital edition .


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