OriginGPS Shows How they Help Cut the Cost of IoT Devices by 70% at MWC Americas

OriginGPS is presenting live demos of its innovative OriginIoT system at the on-going MWC Americas 2018 in Los Angeles, California. The OriginIoT system expedites development of IoT products enabling developers to build extremely compact end solutions with instant IoT connectivity, and without writing embedded code. It connects to a host of sensors and peripheral devices, allowing developers to measure and monitor virtually anything for their IoT products - which may now be configured and managed entirely from the cloud of their choice.

OriginIoT systems relieve the developer from engaging in embedded code, cellular   technologies, electrical engineering, RF planning, PCB design, and assembly. In this way customers can quickly and cost-effectively bring their 2G, 3G, LTE, CAT-M, or NB-IoT connected products to market, cutting product development costs by over 70%. The OriginIoT includes interfaces to power supply and digital/analog interfaces, and to peripheral and user-selected sensors and devices. OriginGPS ready to use add-ons include 9-Axis motion sensor, barometric pressure sensor, power management, encryption, Wi-Fi/BT, battery charging and a USB connector option.

OriginGPS is conducting live demos at its Booth S 2640 at MWCA 2018 from September 12 – 14. The company will also demonstrate IoT-enabled solutions in areas such as connected agriculture, safety and security, industrial machinery, and environmental monitoring at Electronica in Munich from Nov 13-16, and at IoT Expo North America in Santa Clara from Nov 28-29.

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