The company's HoriZone RA kit and IoTConnect platform are designed to provide secure, real-time IoT sensor data to the cloud.
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Choosing a card reader with security in mind allows end users to bolster and scale their needs in the event that stringent requirements are mandated in the future.
It is vital that OEMs and systems integrators provide future-proof devices capable of accommodating customers' requirements.