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AT&T Internet of Things (IoT) stops at nothing

siliconreview AT&T Internet of Things (IoT) stops at nothing

AT&T Internet of Things (IoT) solutions is adapted by Elemental Machines to make critical lab equipment smarter. So now what is Elemental Machines?

Elemental Machines Sensory Network provides science-based industries data-driven insights by aiding customers enhancing lab operations, research, development, and manufacturing. And with AT&T IoT solutions, lab monitoring has never been easier. Constantly monitoring equipment and its environment means more information and consistency. And it helps prevent major research setbacks.

The Elemental Machines smart lab solution takes help of AT&T Control Center and AT&T Global SIM to supervise assets both on site and remotely 24x7. Albeit Wi-Fi interruptions or power cut, cellular connectivity will keep sending data.

The system includes Elements, intelligent wireless sensors that are easy to install and battery-powered. They send data wirelessly to Elemental Gateway tablets, which have AT&T Enterprise Mobility Management. The company can provision, manage and help secure specific laboratory data and apps on their own. The tablets share data with the Elemental Insights dashboard for easy access to all data.

"IoT has the potential to disrupt how science is done by allowing massive levels of data to be collected in near real time – from biotech/pharma to materials science to agritech. This requires premium carrier-level services to support the adoption and roll-out of connected systems to various types of users," said Sridhar Iyengar, PhD, CEO and Founder of Elemental Machines. "Offering AT&T's technology and network gives our customers the confidence to place their trust in our solution."

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