Cellular-enabled IoT devices are being used more and more to help communities increase efficiencies, enhance infrastructure, and improve public safety. Video sensors can assist in identifying missing persons and solving crimes. Wireless connectivity will help make autonomous vehicles a reality. Today, remote monitoring of power grids has reduced outages, improving the lives of residents.
Regardless of the application, reliable network connectivity will be critical to the cities of the future. Procuring the correct cellular-enabled IoT products will pave the way to successful deployments. But, how do you evaluate these emerging technologies?
IoT Network Certified devices go through rigorous testing that demonstrates their ability to connect to wireless networks. Certification takes the guesswork out of purchasing cellular-enabled IoT products. When soliciting vendor quotes, incorporate the IoT Network Certified certification into your Request for Proposal (RFP) requirements.
Solving Community Challenges
Learn more about how communities are using wireless IoT to solve challenges related to traffic congestion, public safety, connectivity access, utility management, and more.
Security, privacy, and resiliency are essential considerations as advanced wireless technologies are deployed to monitor utilities and manage transportation systems. We must stay a step ahead of cybersecurity threats.
The CTIA Cybersecurity Certification Program for IoT devices establishes an industry baseline for device security on wireless networks. This additional certification protects consumers and wireless infrastructure while creating a more secure foundation for smart cities, connected cars, and other IoT applications.
Together with IoT Network Certified, a comprehensive certification framework for cellular-enabled IoT devices is now available from one source.
List Your Devices
Are you an IoT device manufacturer who has PTCRB certified devices that qualify to be listed on the IoT Network Certified device directory?
Log into the PTCRB certification database to see which of your PTCRB certified devices qualify. Please contact CTIA Certification or speak with your test lab if you’re unsure where to begin.