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SIM based connectivity solution for IoT

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Mobile connectivity is becoming more and more a key success factor for many IoT projects.
But if mobile connectivity is bound to a single network you simply won’t always have the quality of network coverage that you need.
Therefore, whatever mobile offers the "wherever SIM". The IoT/M2M SIM card dynamically switches to the strongest network – integrating 400+ radio networks in 160+ countries all around the world.

SIM cards and endpoints can be easily managed in real-time via the intuitive user-interface web-service or directly from the customer’s software application via an easy-to-integrate API.
The set of advanced security and development features for our web-service will be discussed.

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SIM based connectivity solution for IoT

  1. 1. 1 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 SIM based connectivity solution for IoT Multi-network wherever SIM Karina Popova Dev/Ops, M.Sc at whatever mobile
  2. 2. German precision in global messaging
  3. 3. 3 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 50 Employees 33 Scrum stories per day 79 mill. Transactions per month 23.1 mill. € Revenue in 2015 99.999 % Platform availability 160+ Services worldwide Company Facts
  4. 4. 4 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Agenda The IoT Trend SIM Cards for IoT The Benefit of Multi-Network SIM Cards Improving the Real-Time Communication Use Cases Conclusion
  5. 5. 5 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 IoT Trend
  6. 6. 6 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Sensing IoT
  7. 7. 7 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Collaborative Online Platform
  8. 8. 8 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 SIM-Based Solution for IoT
  9. 9. 9 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 SIM-Based Solution & Wireless Technologies
  10. 10. 10 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Multi-Network SIM Cards Strongest Network Worldwide Advanced Security Features
  11. 11. 11 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Criteria 1: Connection Permanent connection to your device – wherever it is Coverage worldwide with just a single SIM card wherever SIM is able to switch to the strongest network
  12. 12. 12 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Criteria 2: Advanced Security Restrict access to IPs Lock SIM cards to an particular device (IMEI lock) Secure communication via VPN
  13. 13. 13 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Criteria 3: Complexity and Time Faster access to the worldwide market One SIM card for any country One technical integration point
  14. 14. 14 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Criteria 4: Flexibility SIM cards for industrial applications Long life span and designed for harsh environments Embedded SIM for the automotive sector and others
  15. 15. 15 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Criteria 5: Control and Automatization Direct control over SIM cards Manage SIM cards in real time User friendly customer portal and API
  16. 16. 16 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 wherever SIM Range
  17. 17. 17 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Implementation
  18. 18. 18 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 VPN Network Architecture
  19. 19. 19 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Access Control
  20. 20. 20 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Dashboard
  21. 21. 21 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Endpoints
  22. 22. 22 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Endpoints
  23. 23. 23 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 SIM cards
  24. 24. 24 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Service profiles
  25. 25. 25 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Tariff Profiles
  26. 26. 26 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Use Cases Payment Terminals Fleet Management Smart Metering Asset Tracking Smart Home Security & Surveillance E-Health-Management
  27. 27. 27 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Automotive / Telematics
  28. 28. 28 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 E-Health Monitoring
  29. 29. 29 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Agriculture Industry
  30. 30. 30 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 The Real-Time Communication
  31. 31. 31 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Conclusion
  32. 32. 32 | DevTalks 2016 | Karina Popova, whatever mobile GmbH | 2016 Karina Popova Telephone: +49 (40) 88 88 08-71 Email: kapo@whatevermobile.com whatevermobile.com /whatevermobile /whatevermobile Get in Touch With us!

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