RE: RFID - GPS - Communication of Devices over GPRS/GSM/EDGE
By J. Shi 2011-02-07 01:29:09 PM
Have you considered email?
or, you could try blackberry's BBM.
Just a thought:
you can use HTTP when devices communicate with server.
you can use BBM when devices communicate with devices.
you can use BBM when server communicates with devices.
> Hello and thank you in advance,
> My company does asset and personnel tracking using GPS
> coordinates and RFID signals. Currently they communicate
> through SMS messages. Obviously this is causing issues on
> an international level.
> My question is; How do we get all of devices to communicate
> through the internet instead of using SMS messages.
> International text messaging fees are becoming too much to
> keep paying for, also there are problems with say an
> African cellular company sending texts to an American
> cellular company as our devices use SIM cards.
> The devices need to be able to send messages out through
> GPRS/EDGE/3G/4G so that our server can process the
> information and input the processed information into our
> database. IE GPS coordinates, Google Map location, etc
> They also need to receive messages in case we need to make
> 'on-the-fly' configurations.
> Please contact me if you would like to discuss this with
> me, reply, leave contact information, etc.
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