BehrTech, a disruptive enabler of next-gen wireless IoT connectivity, announced today that its new mioty Bluetooth Low Energy Dual Stack has earned the “Industrial IoT Solution of the Year” award in the fifth annual Mobile Breakthrough Awards program.
The mioty Bluetooth Low Energy Dual Stack brings together mioty, a third-generation low-power wide area network technology, with the latest version of Bluetooth (BLE 5.2) on a single multiprotocol chip, the CC1352R wireless microcontroller from Texas Instruments. Combining Bluetooth’s ubiquity and global, multi-vendor interoperability with the ultra-long range, interference immunity and power-efficiency of mioty in a dual stack expands the possibilities of IoT in industrial environments. Companies no longer have to limit IoT deployments to locations where telecommunications and power infrastructure are immediately available nor endure the costly requirements of integration and setting up an entirely new infrastructure.
“We’re honored to be recognized for our innovation and contribution to the rapidly evolving industrial IoT landscape,” says Albert Behr, CEO of BehrTech. “Combining the complementary strengths of two different wireless standards and frequencies in one design enables more IoT sensor networks to exist in far flung, industrial locations like remote mining, oil and gas and manufacturing facilities. It also creates new levels of interoperability between ecosystems, from wireless technology vendors to sensor manufacturers and system developers.”
Mobile Breakthrough is a leading independent market intelligence organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies, and products in the global wireless and mobile market. The mission of the annual Mobile Breakthrough Awards is to honor excellence and recognize the innovation, hard work, and success in a range of mobile and wireless technology categories, including Wireless and Broadband, Mobile Analytics, Cloud Computing, Mobile Management, IoT, Smart City and more. The 2020 awards program attracted more than 2,600 award nominations from all over the world.