Discover the key features and the application potential of the LS300 3G M2M Gateway, with this new and exciting webinar exclusively from Sierra Wireless.
Find out how to support a range of industrial, enterprise and transport applications, using the next-generation Sierra Wireless LS300 3G M2M Gateway. David Markland, Sierra Wireless Product Manager for AirLink, will discuss the key features of the LS300 and share real-life deployment examples.
3:00pm London / 4:00pm EuropeLS300 3G M2M Gateway is quick to deploy, simple to manage, and built to last in harsh environments. Discussion topics will include a showcase of key features, practical application analysis and an insight into getting the most out of the LS300 and employing it’s full potential. Registration is required to attend this webinar. If you are unable to attend at the specified time, we encourage you to register anyway in order to automatically receive a recorded version that you can playback at your convenience.
The LS300 3G M2M Gateway combines the capabilities of previous AirLink gateways into one, with multiple interfaces (Ethernet, Serial, USB), and GPS location tracking to support a range of industrial, enterprise, and transportation applications. A free trial of the AirVantage Management Service is included to make deployment and management simple and easy to scale. At 3 x 3.5 x 1.0 inches (76 mm x 90 mm x 25 mm) the gateway is about the size of a compact camera, which makes it practical to install in enclosed spaces like vehicles and vending machines.
The LS300 3G M2M Gateway comes with an intelligent set of configurable options that ensure it connects with equipment out of the box. Customers can set up their own security, networking, and routing parameters, activate GPS location tracking and generate reports without any programming. On board custom logic can also be added using the ALEOS Application Framework to collect and analyse additional information from connected equipment, send the data to the AirVantage Enterprise Platform, and quickly build M2M applications using web-friendly APIs.