TT Electronics Launches Speed to Connect, End-to-End Connectivity Framework


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TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, announced the launch of “Speed to Connect,” an innovative framework that enables customers to deploy smart IoT solutions faster and more cost effectively than going it alone.

Speed to Connect is an end-to-end IoT framework that seamlessly delivers hardware, connectivity, infrastructure, and user experience solutions. By streamlining the secure connection of products and systems, users achieve tangible results such as improving efficiencies, eliminating unnecessary maintenance, reducing carbon footprint and enabling data-led business decisions.

The first products launched today from the Speed to Connect range include the S-2CONNECT Hub and S-2CONNECT Sense devices.

The Hub and Sense bring together an ultimate smart hub using the latest GNSS and LTE technology, receiving data from one or several sensor modules. The system can be deployed for asset tracking, smart home, mHealth, cold chain and industrial IoT applications, transmitting data over LTE Cat M1 or NB-IoT, with 2G-fallback for global coverage.

The S-2CONNECT Sense monitors environment associated with a given industrial IoT application, for example a fleet of trucks delivering cold goods, a commercial building or a logistics container. The device senses changes in factors such as temperature, humidity, lighting and movement to remotely detect problems or trigger automated processes.

The IoT gateway is provided by the S-2CONNECT Hub, which receives and automatically transfers data from Sense devices. The data is collected, monitored and analysed, powering intelligence and identifying trends that will drive future solutions and technologies.

“In the fast-paced world of IoT where technology is consistently evolving and advancing, speed to market is critical, especially when normal IoT product development can often consume resources for up to two years from concept to production. It is this challenge that has driven the development of our revolutionary new solution that cuts R&D time by up to 80 percent,” said Charlie Peppiatt, EVP, TT Electronics.

“We recognize that OEMs and service providers need a more viable option than just stretching their engineering resources and limited knowledge of IoT technologies. Speed to Connect answers this need with a modern and modular approach to IoT deployment, allowing customers to scale as demand increases.”

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