Pelion’s history extends further back than you would think. Read about our roots in Arm and the full timeline of Pelion.
This past year has been a constant reminder that not just physical supply chains, but information supply chains too are fragile, beholden to their constituent human and analog links. Simply connecting remote assets, and field workers that throw off data onto static dashboards is not enough. Clearly more needs to be done for automating these links, building a real-time understanding of events, and adding levels of redundancies and security.
Find out what an IoT connectivity management platform does, the critical features to look out for and why you need one for your IoT project.
The amazing Mars Perseverance mission encountered a challenge this which the Pelion team knows well. The difference is NASA's device is on Mars.
Pelion jointly announced a partnership with Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings.
If you use Kafka or plan to use it to build your IoT event-driven system, we’ve developed a Connector that eases the integration of Pelion with Kafka
Pelion Connected Device Platform helps energy utilities meet operating requirements through a standards-based approach that lowers the total cost of ownership while maintaining a superior level of performance.
Choosing the right connectivity technologies for your IoT project isn't as hard as it seems. Read about the popular choices in this overview.
LPWANs (Low-Power Wide-Area Networks) are a type of radio-based connectivity used for wireless data communication for IoT and M2M applications.
NB-IoT is a standards-based LPWAN that enables a range of new IoT devices and services. But what are the key benefits and the limitations?
Sending private data through smartphone apps is so reliable that most don’t even think about it. But what about IoT devices? How do we get the same confidence?