Stimio Keeps IoT Monitoring on Track with Quectel GNSS

Stimio Keeps IoT Monitoring on Track For High-Value Rail and Utility Assets with Quectel GNSS and Cellular Modules

IoT MonitoringStimio, the developer of a complete, wireless-based, end-to-end Industrial IoT solution for demanding markets such as railway and utilities, has selected the LC29D GNSS module and the BG95-M5 cellular modules and antennas from Quectel Wireless Solutions. Stimio, which is headquartered in Nantes, France, accelerates the digitalisation of assets thanks to its open Oxygen Application Studio. By utilising the studio, assets become data points and applications and services are used to enable predictive, prescriptive maintenance and optimised business operations.

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Stimio’s open Oxygen Application Studio

Quectel solutions will be used in Stimio’s IoT sensors and gateways for the remote monitoring of high-value assets such as railway infrastructure and rolling stock, and utility equipment. Deployed in Europe and North America, the modules will enable collection of real-time data on operating conditions, to extend the lifetime of systems thus reducing lifecycle costs. Connectivity increases visibility into potential future failures and enables predictive maintenance, minimising costs and improving service availability for rail and utility providers. The modules were selected because they offer easy implementation with wireless, autonomous, cable-free and non-intrusive IoT devices.

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