Satellite Connectivity for Critical, Global Asset-Tracking
November 17, 2016
11 AM EST (16:00 GMT)
It’s becoming easier than ever to integrate higher-end satellite connectivity with cellular and other technologies, and in doing so, to instantly increase the footprint and reliability of your connectivity solution many fold. At the same time, new service offerings not only allow for improved data analytics, but also bring service prices down. Some analysts predict that the number of satellite-based connections for IoT will increase by 80% between 2016 and 2023, with much of the growth coming from cargo and transportation applications. Here’s what you need to know about space-based supply-chain management, and how it can help your business.
Sam Lucero, Sr. Principal Analyst, M2M & IoT IHS Markit
Sam Lucero is a seasoned industry analyst with 15 years of experience analyzing telecommunications and networking technology markets. He has spent the last eleven years assessing the markets for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Sam has established leading M2M market research programs and managed international teams of industry analysts. He has authored numerous reports, forecast databases, and topical articles covering various aspects of the M2M/IoT market opportunity and has been widely quoted in news and trade journals, from the New York Times and the Economist to CNET and Wireless Week. Furthermore, Sam has moderated, presented, and judged at a number of industry events, including CTIA and Connected World. In 2014 Sam was named one of six “Augural Analysts” for M2M by Connected World Magazine. technology.ihs.com
Chuck Moseley, Director, Internet of Everywhere - Inmarsat
Chuck Moseley is director, Internet of Everything, at Inmarsat. He joined Inmarsat in 2003 with more than 18 years’ experience in communications. He is responsible for Inmarsat’s portfolio of M2M products and services worldwide. Prior to this role, he managed all North American SCADA communications customers and projects for Stratos (now part of Inmarsat). www.inmarsat.com