Telit Special Reports
Please find here an overview of special reports published by the company in 2012. These reports include interviews with Telit experts, whitepapers and background articles.
Telit White Paper: Software and Firmware Updating
Streamlining the Indispensable FOTA in m2m Applications
Firmware over-the-air (FOTA) updating provides a cost-effective, fast, secure and reliable way for wirelessly re-flashing the firmware on mobile and m2m devices, ensuring that embedded software is up to date with the latest enhancements and features. Read in this White Paper created by Telit and RedBend how FOTA enhances the installation of version updates with new features and software improvements for m2m applications.
Download the White Paper here.
Telit White Paper: Background and insights into m2mAIR, Telit's value-added services program
The m2m industry is at an interesting evolutionary point nowadays. On the one hand it is still very much a "Do It Yourself" industry in need of stable and common application development standards, protocols, middleware and development tools. When designing and building an m2m application / solution one is required not only put all the pieces together and deal with the complexities of building a working scalable client server application, but also to deal with complex logistic issues like global connectivity procurement, scalable subscription lifecycle management, and efficient troubleshooting deployment issues as well as various other difficulties that apply to most m2m applications.
Read in m2mAIR's White Paper how to solve this challenges. m2mAIR is Telit's new business unit focusing on value-added services, including connectivity.
Download the White Paper here.
Telit Special Report: Enabling more future-proof M2M solutions...
Telit's portfolio of cellular and short-range RF* M2M modules was recently enhanced by the acquisition of Navman, a leader in GPS technology. The combined product portfolio now numbers total more than 60 modules, making it the most comprehensive range on the market. The company is therefore able to help create even more future-proof solutions for today's global market.
This report includes interviews with Dan Amir, who heads up Telit's connectivity services, and George Arnott, who is Senior Vice President, Telit Location Solutions. They discuss the rationale behind these acquisitions and outline their synergistic impact.
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Telit White Paper: GPS + GLONASS using the best of both worlds
At the end of 2011 the Russian government announced that GLONASS, the Russian Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), is fully opera-tional and has global coverage. Experts at Telit decided to test what impact this has on satellite navigation and positioning. They conducted tests in Los Angeles, London and Johannesburg to see the relevance of GLONASS for the whole world. The results clearly showed that the combination of GPS and GLONASS improves positioning tremendously. Especially in urban canyons with huge skyscrapers the receiver had the ability to track at least four satellites and thus calculate a fix - which was impossible to guaranty using only GPS.