Coping with the new wave of wireless connections

The frontiers between personal and machine communications are blurring

(PresseBox) ( Paderborn, )
Paderborn (Germany) 28 December 2010: The machine-to-machine (M2M) market has experienced amazing year-on-year growth rates in 2010. This is mainly due to the worldwide economy recovery. In 2010, nearly 40M new M2M devices have been
activated – this means a year-on-year increase of more than 50%. This makes nearly 27M M2M connections in 2010. Globally, there are about 82M units of cellular M2M devices in use. Orga Systems, #1 choice for real-time charging and billing, enables MNOs to realize outstanding service innovation or diversification, based on its real-time convergent charging and billing solutions.

M2M is more than just a subscriber’s connected device
The management of value added services and their flexible charging in the areas of vehicle and transportation telematics is an important M2M application. One goal in this context must be to establish an efficient service infrastructure which re-uses equipment and communication channels that are already in the field. This can, for example, be realized by integrating components of operating telematics toll collection systems, e.g. receivers of navigation satellite systems or mobile communication modules, with additional client- and server-side nodes for operating value added services, in particular in the area of automated truck and cargo monitoring. These transportation telematics are only one field Orga Systems delivers highly scalable real-time based solutions for.
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