Originally published September 17, 2018
4G LTE networking offers a reliable, secure, and cost-effective means to ensure always-on connectivity.
The ability to extend network connectivity to vehicles has significantly improved the way that countless organizations do business, with modern vehicles from ambulances to mass transit cars and school buses now containing multiple connected devices like tablets, video cameras, and payment systems. But rather than maintaining an Internet connection for each piece of hardware, many businesses are now seeking to create a single in-vehicle LAN for device connectivity.
That said, wireless in-vehicle deployments aren't without challenges. The mobile nature of these networks presents many obstacles.
But why is this trend emerging? And why does the transformative potential extend far beyond simple device management?