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You’re invited: See IIoT in motion with FreeWave hands-on demos

Join Ingram Micro and FreeWave for hands-on demos of the latest in IIoT (Industrial internet of things) technology.

Ingram Micro is helping channel partners realise the promise of this new technology. In support of the new partnership with FreeWave Technologies, they would are offering complimentary ZumLink 900 Series demo kits to Ingram Micro channel partners with hands-on configuration support from the FreeWave team.

If you’re intrigued by the promise of the IIoT, but don’t know where to start, then schedule some time to meet with Ingram Micro and FreeWave Technologies during the week of July 23, 2018, for hands-on demos on the deployment of intelligent sensors and wireless networks.

Intelligent tech like FreeWave’s ZumLink 900 Series ruggedised data radios can help you make better decisions faster by utilising remote data in real-time.

Schedule some time with the FreeWave team to learn about custom app development and deployment on the ZumLink and ZumIQ platforms.

Imagine a radio network that can:

• Improve decision making and optimize SCADA processes
• Reduce “truck rolls” with real-time data
• Respond to alarms and monitor from anywhere

You can do all this with Ingram Micro and app-programmable network devices from FreeWave Technologies.

Ingram Micro is giving away 15 demo kits for the Z9-PE. Book a demonstration and you could walk away with one. This promotion is only open to channel partners not end users.

Fill in the form below to show your interest in a demonstration:

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