Hardware Pioneers

25 October 2022 at 09:30

London, Business design centre

Booth #38


Solving the complexity of communicating between IoT devices and the enterprise

Find us at Hardware pioneers the UK's premier IoT show on the 25th of October, at booth #38


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Solving the Complexity of Communicating Sensor Data between IoT Devices and the Enterprise

Join Lee Stacey and Mike Coombes for a presentation. 


Time: 11:00 AM - 11:40 AM BST 


Location: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH


This presentation by u-blox product evangelist, Lee Stacey, will show you how to take advantage of the simplicity and power-saving benefits of MQTT / MQTT-SN. It will highlight solutions to help solve the complexity of communicating between IoT devices and the enterprise. 


This session will include a case study from Mike Coombes. Mike is co-founder of CompAir, a social enterprise dedicated to exposing air pollution and assisting communities and industries to collaborate in its reduction.


This case study demonstrates how u-blox addresses the device-to-enterprise data challenge, allowing CompAir to leverage u-blox’s MQTT Anywhere (IoT Communication-as-a-Service) platform to deliver business-grade, affordable, and simple-to-install air pollution sensor networks to construction sites run by conscientious builders.

u-blox Services 

We make it simple to communicate data between IoT devices and the cloud. The complexity of getting data from IoT devices anywhere in the world to the enterprise is solved through MQTT Anywhere, the u-blox IoT communication service delivered via the Thingstream IoT cloud platform. Our services can be combined with products to enhance functionality, improve quality of service in challenging conditions, and solve the problems of complexity, cost, and availability.


Find out more:


MQTT Anywhere IoT SIM card

About IoT Communication-as-a-Service

Case Study: IoT in pollution monitoring

u-blox services product overview

White Paper: Overcoming IoT challenges using MQTT-SN protocol

u-blox Positioning 

Our positioning offering set's the benchmark in performance, with quick delivery of accurate position data. Allow us to present to you our M10 ultra-low-power platform for high-performance asset-tracking devices. Our MAX-M10 provides exceptional sensitivity and acquisition times for all L1 GNSS systems. Check out the world's smallest GNSS module MIA-M10 and the excellent turnkey GNSS solution SAM-M10Q antenna module, for easy integration and fast time to market.


Find out more:

u-blox M10: Ultra-low power GPS for small, high-performance trackers and wearables
About Standard precision positioning
How Super-S technology optimizes power consumption and accuracy
About protection level for critical applications
About Cloud-based positioning for extended battery life of energy-constrained IoT applications.
GPS accuracy: The benefits of tracking all four global GNSS constellations

u-blox Cellular 

u-blox cellular IoT modules are designed to offer high quality, reliable and secure communication to a wide range of internet-of-things applications from the most demanding in terms of power and bandwidth to those aiming to stay in the field for years relying on the battery power supply. The built-in secure cloud functionality, the low power communication services and the accurate and reliable postioning provide unmatched added value to developers and integrators. 


Find out more:


About cellular communication

About low power wide area commincation 

Cellular technical information

About the UBX-R5 series


u-blox presents another event in the successful series of MQTT Masterclasses. 

Held at IBM Hursley, the birthplace of MQTT, in this master class you will not only learn how to work with MQTT but you will build a fully operable cellular air monitoring solution, which is yours to keep.


Ticket price: £249

What’s included in your ticket price: 


  • Expert workshop 
  • Copy of all documents 
  • MikroE Click Bundle 
  • Catering throughout the day
  • Tour of IBM Museum 


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