AQMesh adds 5G / NB-IoT support to its range of benefits
Mar 09 2021 Read 962 Times
AQMesh is designed to be easy to install and use anywhere in the world. Accessing the global mobile phone network has offered straightforward connectivity for the thousands of pods in use, allowing users to focus on measuring local air quality. As technology advances, the AQMesh objective remains the same: the new AQMesh LTE CAT M1 modem uses the latest LTE (Long Term Evolution) communications standard, including support for NB-IoT (machine-to-machine) where available. Backed by massive global investment in 4G\5G infrastructure, AQMesh is fully “future-proofed”: a pod built today will be able to connect using whichever generation of mobile communications platform is available (4G, 5G, 6G, 7G ..) so users can be confident AQMesh will be sending data in five years’ time and beyond.
Compared to other platforms offered, such as WiFi, LoRa or SigFox, the LTE communications standard used within AQMesh offers a proven technology backed by a global standard, with inherently greater data security and near-universal geographical coverage.
AQMesh is a flexible and compact multisensor mini air quality monitoring station which can be specified to monitor a single gas or up to six gases, as well as PM, noise and wind speed & direction all from a single unit, complete with seamless data delivery. It is the only small sensor system that can demonstrate and prove its accuracy and performance in the field through extensive global co-location comparison trials now spanning more than nine years, and is trusted by hundreds of customers in over 60 countries.
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