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BVM launches mobile division and new M2M product range

15 April 2011

BVM reports on a machine-to-machine (M2M) and mobile event at Microsoft's HQ in Thames Valley Park recently, to announce the launch of its new mobile division, BVM Mobile and to showcase its new range of M2M products: the OB100, 200, 300 and iKar (pictured). The launch brought together BVM partners, RS Components, Microsoft and Wireless Logic, to give delegates an overview of the rapidly expanding M2M and mobile markets.

BVM's general manager, Robert Wainwright said: “Machines that talk to each other is the future; in fact, it is already here. It was a natural step for BVM to bring together the various skills and partnership relationships we have, to offer a complete solution. A key challenge and barrier to entry for this emerging market is the fragmented elements of the value chain and technologies, hence our approach, which includes the ‘one-box’ hardware, airtime, operating system and distribution”

BVM's sales director, Deborah Sweeney said: “BVM have developed a range of fully integrated IPC solutions incorporating 3G and GPS with Wifi and Bluetooth options. Using our expertise in IPC hardware solutions and cellular technology we can help our customers turn mobile environments into dynamic & intelligent communications platforms”.

The event was attended by representatives from a variety of industries, including the haulage & transport, security, digital signage and construction sectors, all eager to hear how technological developments in M2M communications will affect their sectors.

Longstanding BVM client, Futronics, a manufacturer of emergency vehicle command and control systems, demonstrated to visitors how BVM’s hardware is being used today by many of the UK’s police forces.

A video recording of the event can be viewed here.

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