Nova Mobile Systems, an end-to-end solutions provider of wireless communications, GPS tracking, and remote asset management systems, announced a new line of tracking and remote monitoring devices for use with low-power wide area networks (LPWANs), including Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) and CatM1 4G LTE, offering a pathway to 5G IoT.
Nova’s new range of products are certified and ready for use over multiple cellular networks, including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. These new multi-sensor devices are ideal for a variety of uses, such as remote asset and facilities monitoring and management.
Enabling access to 5G IoT, Nova’s asset trackers are configured to run on both high power (Cat1-4) and low power (Cat-M to NB-IoT) networks, giving users the flexibility of operating in varying data and power usage requirements.
“We are thrilled to introduce the nation’s first narrowband capable portfolio of asset management devices,” said George Ecker, CEO of Nova Mobile Systems. “Our range of products are immediately available to allow our customers to efficiently integrate and leverage the benefits of Narrowband as well as Cat-M to fully benefit from today’s low-power wide area networks. The advances in these products offer significant improvements in power management and lower operational costs for our customers, while providing consistent and reliable network connections.”
Nova’s products are being used across several industries, including agriculture (fuel and fluid tanks), healthcare (EMS vehicles), and retail and hospitality (refrigerated food delivery and worker safety). IoT assets are tracked, managed and controlled using the company’s NovaAssure IoT Management Platform centred on machine learning to provide real-time alerts, hours of service, and predictive maintenance and analytics.
Demonstrations of Nova’s new Cat-M and NB-IoT portfolio are available during the 2019 Mobile World Congress being held at the Los Angeles Convention Centre (South Hall Booth # 2224-3) from October 22-24, 2019.