Invoxia and Sequans Take Massive IoT to Consumers with Asset Tracking

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By Jamie Moss | 1Q 2020 | IN-5741


Exemplifying a New Generation


At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2020, Invoxia’s new LTE-M-based GPS Tracker was launched. It is intended to be available off-the-shelf for ease of use, 5G-compatible for future-proofing, and power-efficient, with up to ten months of operation on a single charge. In Invoxia’s opinion, the product will exemplify a new generation of asset trackers. Many asset trackers today rely on LTE Cat.1, which is less well future-proofed and less power-efficient and yet has been a go-to for device Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) while LTE-M and Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) coverage has been built-out worldwide. The new Invoxia GPS Tracker will be available in the United States in April 2020 for US$149 and is already for sale in 15 European countries. The tracker is monitored via a mobile app and a two-year connectivity subscription is included in the sticker price, after which Invoxia will bill users US$3.25 per month. In Europe the product has three years of inclusive connectivity and a EUR€9.99 annual fee thereafter.

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