Rock Seven reports that it has teamed up with Network Innovations (NI) to supply the field hardware for NI’s latest IoT applications for maritime users, as well as its systems for customers in the aviation, government and land mobile sectors.
Rock Seven, a provider of Iridium-based satellite tracking systems, has partnered with California-based Blue Sky Network to support maritime sector growth for the US company’s satellite tracking and communication products.
Rock Seven has launched a new two-way Machine-to-Machine (M2M) satellite communications system with integrated antenna for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, using the Iridium network.
Rock Seven has launched a new fixed cost monthly GSM subscription for users of its dual-mode vessel tracking system, RockFLEET, which also uses Iridium’s satellite network to send data when out of GSM coverage.
Rock Seven and Hydrosphere have teamed up on a new system that monitors data and navigation buoys, designed to reduce the maintenance burden and optimise buoy operations.
Rock Seven has announced the launch of RockBLOCK Mk2, a self-contained unit with satellite connectivity designed to enable Machine to Machine (M2M) communication and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
Rock Seven has announced an update to its RockFLEET vessel tracking system that includes the option of changing the regularity of location updates depending on the vessel’s movement.
Iridium partner Rock Seven has announced the addition of a GSM module to its RockFLEET global tracking system, allowing vessels to use terrestrial-based mobile networks when in range.
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