Connectivity ensures that the various elements of the IoT, such as edge devices and the IoT platform, can communicate with each other. Different technologies can be used to establish connectivity. Examples are WiFi, Bluetooth, LoRaWan and mobile technologies of the licensed radio spectrum. The latter includes 5G, a collection of different technologies such as New Radio, LTE-M and NB-IoT.
Depending on the actual application field, certain technologies are more suitable than others. Relying on the wrong technology can quickly lead to increased operating costs or malfunctions. Therefore, selecting the right technology is one of the key issues of any IoT project.
Ljiljana is passionate about new technologies and innovations. She holds a PhD in Telecommunications from TU Wien. Ljiljana tries to bring the knowledge gained from working as a researcher and software developer into product management. Having a strong vision, that will be implemented together with the team is her main motto for achieving the business goal.
Peter Gaspar has been working in the telecommunications industry for over 20 years. He has been active as a technical consultant in Middle East, Africa and Russia/CIS. In recent years, he has focused on IoT solutions and infrastructure concepts and helped develop customer IoT solutions. Since 2017, he has been working at A1 Digital as a Solution Architect focusing on IoT connectivity & asset tracking.
Philipp is an enthusiastic technology marketeer. After studying economics, Philipp worked in marketing for various companies in the IT, telecommunications, mechanical engineering, chemical and film industries. Currently, he is driving the marketing of A1 Digital's IoT and advanced analytics solutions.