NimbeLink, a Plymouth, Minnesota-based cellular Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and services provider, as per recent press reports, announced its partnership with Orange, a French telecommunications corporation, to introduce the NimbeLink Asset Tracking Solution for the European IoT market. Both NimbeLink & Orange made the announcement at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 event, held from Monday, Feb. 25th, 2019 to Thursday, Feb. 28th, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain.
Designed for operation on the Orange LTE-M network throughout Europe, the NimbeLink Asset Tracking Solution is an integrated device, network, and software solution that enables enterprises to safeguard their key assets by enabling asset tracking and optimization. The asset family of trackers includes the rugged AT2 –which comes with cellular, GPS, and Wi-Fi capability to determine precise location; a 3-axis accelerometer that enables motion and orientation tracking; temperature and humidity sensors to monitor environmental conditions; and industry-leading battery performance. The newest addition to the NimbeLink tracking device, is the AT4, a compact, low-cost, rechargeable battery device that facilitates location and motion tracking.
Both the AT2 & AT4 devices come with indoor and outdoor capabilities, and can seamlessly establish a connection with the enterprise systems through the NimbeLink NLink Platform. In addition, both devices have 2G fall back capabilities for places that lack LTE-M availability.
“Our robust Orange LTE-M network and Live Objects IoT platform are an ideal fit for NimbeLink Asset Tracking Solutions and we are delighted to partner with NimbeLink in bringing both devices to market in the coming months,” comments Luc Savage, VP-Enterprise IoT, Connected Objects and Partnerships, at Orange. “NimbeLink has an outstanding global reputation for innovation and reliability, and we are delighted to work with them to create new IoT success stories for our customers throughout Orange countries in Europe.”