Gemalto supports IoT Developers with a range of Cinterion® IoT Development Kits and terminals.
IoT Innovation Made Easy with Arduino-based Cinterion® Connect Shield
The Cinterion Connect Shield is an easy-to-use IoT maker board that combines the flexibility of Arduino open source with Gemalto’s efficient LTE Cat. 1 cellular connectivity. Used by professional developers and tinkerers alike, it provides a powerful tool to simplify hardware and software integration and quickly transform ideas into prototypes in just hours. The Connect Shield is compatible with any Arduino board offering the opportunity to play in the global cellular ecosystem and experience the benefits first hand.
Incubate IoT Innovation with the Cinterion® Concept Board
The Cinterion Concept Board is a simple development kit with everything an inventor needs to quickly transform ideas into innovative, market ready IoT applications in just hours. The all-in-one maker tool combines global 2G and 3G cellular connectivity with an embedded MIM for security plus a powerful embedded Java Virtual Machine that integrates seamlessly with Gemalto’s IoT Cloud-to-Device Platform. From integrating sensors, to delivering secure connectivity to enabling software applications, the Cinterion Concept Board helps both experienced and novice developers unleash the power of the IoT.
Seize competitive advantages with plug & play wireless connectivity for evolving Internet of Things applications. Gemalto’s suite of plug-and-play Cinterion® IoT Terminals offer unprecedented simplicity for new developers and small-scale deployments. With virtually zero design time, no approvals and minimal integration, the IoT Terminals works out-of-the box to quickly connect industrial applications to the Internet. Delivering connectivity anywhere in the world to enable IoT optimization solutions for vending machines, digital signage, security systems, remote monitoring and much more.
Connect. Secure. Monetize. TM
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