Aeris Collaborates with LORENTZ to Provide Innovative IoT Solutions

By CIOReview | Thursday, May 19, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: Aeris, an Internet of Things (IoT) pioneer firm, announced the integration of its IoT Solutions platform with the solar powered water pumping solutions provider, LORENTZ. This integration will enable companies to deliver clean water for drinking purposes, irrigation and livestock across the world.

Aeris and LORENTZ will work together to assist government, water utilities, farmers, and NGOs in management and remote monitoring of drinking water systems and solar irrigation in about 100 countries.

LORENTZ installed the global subscriber identity module (SIM) of Aeris at the manufacturing point. Every year company deploys SIM in more than 130 countries by leveraging on the global partner network. The company incorporated the global APN of Aeris to its systems so that they can be installed with easy plug and play method without any configuration needs of local network settings.

The water pumping solutions firm enabled the mobile communications across 180 countries, spreading over 500 networks by leveraging the single global APN and global SIM with Aeris’ AerCore.  Aeris Aerport enables LORENTZ to get real-time access to data management, usage, and alerting over the life cycle of SIM.

LORENTZ leverages the patented and machine optimized IoT solutions platform consisting of M2M network and AerCore IoT along with the AerVoyance IoT analytics platform and AerPort connectivity management platform. It deploys the management and monitoring solutions for solar water pumping. Aeris cellular network improves the roaming connectivity of LORENTZ resulting into the simplification of water pump delivery. It enhances the performance for LORENTZ’s customers with the help of Aeris SIMs. The ability of monitoring solution deployed by a simple step rectifies the core issues in LORENTZ business processes. The IoT solutions by Aeris strengthen LORENTZ with extra effective control over the business requirements and processes.