Remote SIM provisioning
MNO and connectivity providers
Module makers and OEMs
iSIM Eval Kits
IoT service providers
Logistics and Supply Chain Monitoring
Kigen in India
The growth of eSIM-compatible smartwatches in India
OEMs and Telcom operators in India are shifting to eSIM technology for smartwatches enabling users to make and receive calls from their wrists seamlessly.
Enlit 2023 take outs
OEMs, ODMs, and utilities all benefit from eSIM which facilitate interoperability among smart sensors and devices which make up the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and optimize energy solutions by managing diverse energy resources. Smart meters generate operational insights for better energy-use forecasting and maintenance. They are crucial in improving power grid quality, resiliency, and digitalization with advanced monitoring applications.
Continuous IoT coverage for OEMs in Turkey
Kigen, floLive and Protahub developed a solution for continuous cellular IoT coverage, allowing enterprises and OEMs to use a single SKU to simplify the supply chain. To this end, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), global enterprises, and mobile operators to seamlessly access local IoT connectivity in Turkey using their existing eUICC-compatible SIMs.
An introduction to eSIM for IoT devices
eSIM is a non-removable chip soldered onto a circuit board optimized for performance and flexibility, providing reliable connectivity for IoT devices. The eSIM is produced according to the GSMA standard and can be used by consumers and machine-to-machine (M2M). The eSIM, utilizes an eUICC that is embedded and has a secure element integrated into the circuit board for improved security.
Better logistics visibility with eSIM and iSIM for IoT
The transport and logistics industry has been a keen advocate of eSIM; 45% of transport and logistics respondents with a current cellular IoT deployment reported they use eSIM as quoted in the Enterprise Cellular IoT Survey 2023 from Kaleido Intelligence.
Five Enterprise Cellular IoT Themes
5G networks are expected to be widely available and adopted worldwide for IoT applications. Consequently, businesses utilizing enterprise cellular IoT connectivity solutions will reap the benefits of 5G's fast speeds and low latency, resulting in enhanced performance and better customer experience.
Cellular IoT technologies need eSIM – Part Two
Cellular IoT technology is an essential component of both 4G and 5G connectivity, providing Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) with a foundation to enhance their digital capabilities. The embedded SIM (eSIM) delivers secure digital connectivity service and plays a crucial role in M2M connections.
Cellular IoT connectivity with eSIM – Part One
Global deployment of cellular-connected IoT devices with embedded SIM (eSIM) can be complex due to the regional variations in cellular coverage, wireless technology and roaming regulations.
Secure and sustainable smart cities powered by eSIM
eSIM delivers robust IoT security across utilities, logistics and smart transportation deployments. The growth in smart city digitalization is driving demand for low-power wireless sensors enabled by 5G networks. Cellular connectivity, such as NB-IoT or LTE-M is energy efficient a crucial enabler for smart city projects.
IoT for Smart Metering and big data
IoT technology is essential to successfully deploying and adopting smart energy meters. IoT devices and networks transfer data over long distances, using minimal power at a low cost. The Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) helps utility companies to automate device connections, customer billing and consumption monitoring.
Three key reflections from MWC’22
Discover the Kigen team's top three highlights from this year's MWC event, including the rising popularity of iSIM technology, eSIM becoming a standard for IoT devices and the benefits of IoT smart data.