M2M Comm

The world is heading towards a lifestyle where people will exploit the ubiquitous presence of connected devices to keep a tab on not only their businesses, but their day-to-day lives too. As technology is upgrading, devices are becoming easily accessible by embedding wireless capabilities. M2M can enable anyone to remotely monitor and manage anything from fleets to household appliances, and is totally alternating the way today’s business is being operated, with keeping in mind not only increased efficiency and reduced cost but also providing value added services. By this one can say the core of is not only technology and data transfer But It’s about the demand of connectivity, information and management.

The M2M has wide scope for rural Sector as well. In the case of Rural Market the focus is on developing applications that enable automation of agro and irrigation services, water level monitoring, and data gathering for milk and agri-cooperatives, fisheries, poultry, and soil analysis.

Machine-to-machine communications (M2M) is a rapidly growing technology. Through the Globe, industries are moving towards integrated connectivity solutions into machines, devices and vehicles of different kinds.  The basic purpose may vary but the overall objective is naturally to stay competitive, connected and is aware about the things going around. Thus such products bring business value through:

  • More and more revenue opportunities: By adding new services and offering thus enhancing the basic product features
  • Increased operational efficiency: Monitor and manage remote assets real-time, such as machines and equipment help in reducing down-time and improve operational levels
  • Reduced cost: Enable you to manage and monitor assets remotely no matter where the unit is located
  • Reduced environmental effects: Enables for example more efficient usage of connected fleets or streamlining monitoring processes

A look at how the upcoming future looks like-


In the smart home of upcoming years, connectivity will play the major part virtually in all household devices. Smart homes will contain multiple, connected devices such as: appliances; control actuators; personal health and home-environment sensors; entertainment consoles; and, displays. Data from these devices can be exchanged easily in support of a range of smart home services. Examples include local and remote home energy management, security monitoring, wellness monitoring and also the sharing of Internet and entertainment content. These services make the lives of householders easier, as individuals gain finer control over their environment by accessing a variety of context- and situation-aware application


The Smart Grid allows intelligent and real time monitoring of the public utility and resource network, enables near instantaneous balancing of supply and demand, detects theft and leakage, reports outages, automates billing, enables remote disconnect, reverse net metering, and will provide consumers and business with energy management tools and information. The Smart Grid as it is implemented will revolutionize public utility and resource transmission and distribution. When completed it will transform society in a similar way the Internet did.

Evolving technology in Smart Grids and meters will lead to the connected smart home becoming a reality. Using M2M technology, consumers will soon be able to remotely view utility consumption and control security, heating, lighting and even control the charging of an electric vehicle from a Smartphone. It’s not just the consumer that benefits, utility companies will be able to monitor and control consumption much more effectively and use real time data from smart meters to provide new value-add customer offers straight to the home.


The twin challenges of rapid urbanization and climate change are contributing to the scarcity of resources in cities in both developed and developing markets. Cities around the world are suffering resources constraints in energy supply, road capacity, water reserves and even clean air for their citizens to breathe. New solutions are urgently required to cope with these resource challenges to ensure that the city of the future is a safe, healthy and desirable place for its citizens to live, work and play.
Businesses will make better use of these resources. As a result, cities will allocate resources more efficiently; in parallel saving costs and transitioning to a low carbon economy.


  • Telemetry
    • Utility meters
    • Parking meters
    • Industrial meters
    • Elevators
    • Vending Machines
  • Service & Maintenance
    • Industrial machines
    • Vending machines
  • Fleet Management
    • Cargo tracking
    • Stock management
    • Temperature control
    • Route planning
    • Order tracking
    • Vehicle diagnostics
  • Sales & Payment
    • POS terminals
    • Vending machines
    • Gaming & entertainment
  • Security & Surveillance
    • Public surveillance
    • Asset monitoring
    • Congestion and movement monitoring
    • Urban management
  • e-Health Applications
    • Patient monitoring
    • Remote diagnostics
    • Activity monitoring
    • Lifestyle suggestions
    • Personal security
  • Home Applications
    • Heating control
    • Electrical appliances
    • Alarms and security
    • Surveillance cameras
    • Garage & garden
  • Telematics / Vehicle
    • Navigation
    • Traffic / weather info
    • Road safety
    • Vehicle diagnostics
    • Location services