Mobile Routers & Gateways: Robust jack-of-all-trades
Wireless data transport for industrial LTE applications
Long before the Internet of Things (IoT) boom, there was an industrial need for hardware for wireless data transmission: for example, to connect a meteo measuring station to the network at a remote location or to connect a moving train to a network. Both use cases as well as many others benefit from the publicly accessible mobile phone network. The hardware for it: Mobile routers & gateways, also called cellular routers & gateways.
Large transport capacity
High availability and redundancy
For solar and battery operation, with sleep mode
Made for the outdoors. From -40 °C to +75 °C
When to use Mobile Routers & Gateways?
- cover long distances
- transport large amounts of data with high availability
- connect highly challenging or remote locations
- use the publicly available mobile phone network
- build redundant routing for critical infrastructures (dual SIM)
Robust and durable hardware
Mobile Routers & Gateways excel in “rough environments”; in rough terrain or at positions that are difficult to reach, such as a 6-lane highway. They are robust, long-lasting devices that make do with alternative power supplies such as solar panels or batteries. Intelligent functions, such as sleep mode combined with lightning-fast start-up save power and ensure long-term operation.
Co-Founder and CEO Which industrial mobile routers & gateways may we demonstrate to you?
Robust hardware + simple management = low TCO
It is not only the longevity of the hardware that pays for a low TCO of your network. The simplicity of deployment and device management are also central to cost-effective management. These points are what make the devices stand out:
- Open development platform for the development of applications
- Extensive functions for remote management over an IP network