Aeris Communications focuses on customer-centricity through advancing cutting-edge IoT mobile connectivity
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Aeris Communications in India was established in 2016 and worked closely with telecom operators and enterprises, helping them use IoT to increase revenue, bring operational efficiency, and delight customers. Specializing in Telecom, Utilities, Manufacturing, Automotive, Insurance and Finance, Agriculture, Fleets with specific IoT solutions, and services, Aeris is working on battery charging and swapping solutions with answers related to battery management and battery tracks.
With the Aeris Mobility Platform (AMP), enterprises can manage all IoT devices' connected features. And, with the Aeris Connectivity Platform, they gain real-time reporting and tools that give insight into the status of entire IoT / M2M deployment. All the solutions are built specifically for IoT technologies and globally tested at scale. In a chat with VARINDIA, Dr. Rishi Bhatnagar, President, Aeris Communications comments further on the company’s business continuity, its latest technology, scope for IoT and many more.
Ensuring business continuity
At Aeris, they promise to serve their clients, partners, and associates while keeping everyone's health and well-being on priority. Dr. Rishi Bhatnagar says,“Based on WHO guidelines, we adhered to social distancing norms to control the infection, and in early March, our departments did trial runs for ensuring business as usual if teams had to work from home. Our global network operating centers are operational 24×7. The situation is critical for our clients, such as the Pune Police, Uttarakhand Disaster Management units who are working towards maintaining law and order situation and responding to emergencies as well as for our clients who are providing essential services and serving the nation as corona warriors. Serving them with uninterrupted functions is helping our country during the crisis.”
Through the Aeris Charities initiative, they have provided monetary support to two national NGOs – SUTRA and Helping Hands and three international NGOs- Refuge for Women, Parkinson's Foundation, and Junior League of San Jose.
Scope for IoT and connected technology
According to industry experts, the disturbance that coronavirus pandemic has created will trigger a boom in IoT and connected technologies.Dr. Rishi believes that the post-COVID-19 era will be a new reality focused on much more digitally connected components. Internet of Things (IoT) is more widely accepted now for digital transformation and as an automation tool, given the benefits of assuring business as usual with remote connectivity, asset control, tracking, and monitoring as it did for the virtual meeting platforms.
He says, “We have observed a wave of smart connected solutions' fast approval and an increase in the order sizes too. Here in India, the tech companies are building up their business plans to gain the Indian government's support in making the country Aatmanirbhar. As we come out of the pandemic everyone will realize that the equality of a uniform market is shaken up, and may take months before we become a connected, homogenous market, it is these areas that tech likesIoT, AI, and other connected technology can become powerful tools to create a united holistic view.”
Leveraging the latest technologies
Aeris Communication has successfully established itself as an end-to-end IoT and M2M solutions and services provider in India. According to Dr. Rishi,“Over the years, we have collaborated with businesses large and small in the sector of digital healthcare. During the pandemic, we saw an increase in the adaption of advanced technology in the healthcare industry. With the rising demand for 5G, IoT services, and its applications, the healthcare industry is all set to become more connected and readily available. With global support of major cellular technology standards, such as GSM, CDMA, and LTE, we can empower our telemedicine partners to offer users flexibility and growth. We provide the best connectivity for Telemedicine IoT cellular connectivity that enables medical device manufacturers and healthcare providers to achieve the highest levels of patient engagement and medicinal adherence. With our new and enhanced Aeris Fusion IoT Network, healthcare providers can access advanced connectivity and monitor solutions to improve life health quality.”