WAVIoT is a sponsor of the IoT Day Russia Online Conference

The World IoT Industry Day is celebrated on April 9, 2021 – the community of engineers and Internet of Things market players throughout the world are holding conferences and meetings with the participation of technology leaders in telecommunications and industry. 


WAVIoT is proud to earmark its achievements – hundreds of thousands of IoT devices employing the NB-Fi technology have been installed in 10 countries.


The NB-Fi LPWAN protocol developed by WAVIoT and used in the equipment for monitoring systems and intelligent metering systems has shown its advantages in comparison with wireline PLC technologies and GSM communications. NB-Fi is most effective in terms of technological efficiency, fault tolerance, and minimal costs for creating IIoT industrial applications, Smart Grid and Advanced Metering systems.


The NB-Fi protocol contains built-in uninterruptible cryptographic data protection means enabling the highest level of information security.


Today, on April 9, 2021, WAVIoT is acting as a sponsor of the annual IoT&IIoT Day Russia Online Conference organized by the Internet of Things Association. The main topics of the conference will be IoT platforms in industry, IoT standards, and use of IoT technologies in various industry sectors.


9 April 2021

IoT Solutions

Wireless solutions by WAVIoT are based on the NB-Fi technology that supports secure bidirectional communication for the Internet of Things (IoT), machine-to-machine (M2M), Smart Grid, Smart Utilities, Smart City and industrial applications.

WAVIoT base stations and NB-Fi Transceivers with best-in-class receiver sensitivity enable the use of all advantages of the NB-Fi technology at the same time: long range of bidirectional data transmission, low power consumption and high scalability and stability of IoT networks.

NB-Fi base stations and devices allow fast deployment of IoT applications and provide the protection of confidentiality and integrity of transmitted data by strong encryption algorithms.