IoT Connectivity

In today's digitally connected world, the Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as a transformative force, revolutionizing industries and everyday life. At its core, IoT involves the interconnection of a vast array of devices and sensors, enabling them to collect, transmit, and exchange data seamlessly. Different connections technologies enable devices to share data, commands, and information in real-time, empowering businesses and individuals. Minew is in capable hands when it comes to IoT connectivity and device development.

We are skilled in a variety of IoT connectivity integrations

Our devices are built to harness the power of various IoT connectivity technologies, including Wi-Fi, cellular, Bluetooth, LoRa, and more. We carefully select the right connectivity option to suit your project's needs.

WLAN (Wi-Fi)

Wi-Fi, short for Wireless Fidelity, is a ubiquitous and well-established wireless technology used extensively in homes, offices, and public spaces. It offers high-speed data transfer over short to medium ranges and has found its place in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem.

Advantages of Using Wi-Fi for IoT

High Data Speeds: Wi-Fi provides fast data transfer, making it suitable for applications that require real-time data processing and high-definition video streaming.

Local Area Coverage: Wi-Fi networks typically cover a limited area, making them ideal for applications within homes, offices, and small businesses.

Use Cases and Applications

Smart Homes: Wi-Fi is the backbone of smart home ecosystems, connecting devices such as thermostats, cameras, and voice assistants.

Office Automation: It's commonly used for office Wi-Fi networks and IoT devices like printers, projectors, and smart lighting.

Cellular, GNSS


Cellular networks, including 4G LTE and emerging 5G, provide wide-area coverage for IoT devices. Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) such as GPS enable precise location tracking.

Cellular Connectivity for IoT

4G and 5G: Cellular networks offer high-speed data transfer and are suitable for applications that demand high bandwidth, such as video surveillance and asset tracking.

IoT SIM Cards and Plans: Specialized IoT SIM cards and data plans are available to optimize costs and data usage for IoT devices.

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) for Location Tracking

GPS and Beyond: GNSS technologies like GPS enable precise location tracking for IoT devices, essential for logistics, fleet management, and asset tracking.

Use Cases and Applications

Fleet Management: Cellular and GNSS technologies are instrumental in real-time tracking and management of vehicles and assets.

Environmental Monitoring: Remote sensors use cellular connectivity to transmit data for environmental monitoring and control.

WPAN (Bluetooth, UWB)

Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) like Bluetooth and Ultra-Wideband (UWB) are ideal for short-range IoT communication, often used in smart homes and wearable devices.

Bluetooth for IoT

Bluetooth Classic vs. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE): Bluetooth offers two main variants—Classic for data-intensive applications and Low Energy (BLE) for energy-efficient, low-power IoT connections.

Bluetooth Mesh: Bluetooth Mesh extends the capabilities of Bluetooth by enabling large-scale networks of devices, making it ideal for smart lighting, home automation, and industrial control.

Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Technology

Precise Location Awareness: UWB provides extremely accurate location data, making it valuable for applications such as asset tracking, indoor navigation, and secure access control.

Use Cases and Applications

Smart Homes: Bluetooth is commonly used in smart home devices like door locks, thermostats, and wearables. UWB is used for location-based applications and secure access.

Healthcare: Bluetooth enables the connection of medical devices for remote monitoring, while UWB can be used for tracking equipment and patients within healthcare facilities.



Low-Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) like LoRa, LTE-M, and Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) offer long-range coverage with low power consumption, making them suitable for remote and battery-operated IoT devices.

LoRa (Long Range) Technology

LoRa (Long Range) Technology

LoRa technology offers remarkable coverage and impressive energy efficiency. It's well-suited for remote monitoring and outdoor applications. However, it may have limitations in terms of data rates. LoRa has found extensive use in agriculture, environmental monitoring, and smart city applications. Its ability to cover vast areas makes it perfect for tracking assets over long distances.

LTE-M (LTE for Machines)

LTE-M provides a cellular-based LPWAN option that combines the ubiquity of cellular networks with the energy efficiency of LPWAN technologies. LTE-M is commonly employed in logistics, asset tracking, and applications that require higher bandwidth than traditional LPWAN technologies can offer.

Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT)

Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT)

Efficient IoT Connectivity: NB-IoT is designed to connect a large number of low-power devices in challenging environments with high interference.NB-IoT has gained popularity in smart meters, smart cities, and industrial IoT deployments. Its robustness and efficiency make it a preferred choice for massive IoT deployments.

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