Industries

Cashless Payment – Transports and Logistics – Utilities – Industrial Automation

Cashless Payment

M2M technology is enabling the retail and commerce sector to change and develop through a number of advanced applications such as wireless payment solutions. Cashless payment solution providers are offering a wide range of technology-led payment solutions to retailers and merchants.

By facilitating the  acceptance of payment transactions across various various payment channels, cashless payment solution providers must rely on secured and high availability M2M connectivity services.

Transports and Logistics

Monitor your asset itinerary conditions in real time, transport goods and people more safely and efficiently and in turn increase end-customer satisfaction. M2M enables intelligent transport systems and covers a wide range of solutions from fleet management to logistics and just-in-time services.

With an increasing number of motor vehicles on the road, the transportation & logistics sector represents a huge addressable market for M2M solutions, for cars and trucks but also for other transportation vehicle and logistic devices (cargo, containers, heavy machinery, industrial vehicle, agriculture equipment). My Evolution offers local access to mobile networks in every country together with comprehensive management services.

Utilities

Energy and water companies power our economy and digital lifestyles. We rely on electricity, water and natural gas for just about everything we do from the minute we wake up and even as we sleep. In order to keep the energy and water flowing, utilities relies on communications network services that enable the safe, reliable and secure delivery of these essential services.

As utilities shift to smart meters and more customer-oriented systems, the high volume, low-cost model of M2M is the optimal way to support utilities communications infrastructure needs.

Industrial Automation

With the 4th industrial revolution currently happening, automation is now fuelled by Internet of Things, cloud computing and Artificail Intelligence to form the “smart factory”. The industrial systems must communicate with each other while data need to be stored in real-time in cloud server for further analysis and actionable decision.

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