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M2M Technologies Pte Ltd
34A Hillview Terrace
Singapore 669255
Tel: +65-6316-6678
Fax: +65-6316-6615
Email :sales@m2m.sg

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M2M Technologies Pte Ltd was founded on October 6, 2003 to undertake "Research and Experimental Development on Electronics" and "Manufacturing of Communications Equipment" Comprising associate companies that provide services in wireless networking, lubricants and security systems. M2M has brought together a team of experienced product marketing professionals and technical engineers to develop innovative solutions that enable various devices to do the talking within machine network via wireless technology.

M2M Technologies Pte Ltd provides solutions to ease your mind from health, security and safety problems. With peace of mind, you enjoy better lifestyle, a happier and healthier environment. Our company, under the leadership of our CEO, Mr Lim Teck Heng and supported by a strong R&D team - headed by our CTO, Mr Lim Teck Yee, is constantly striving for excellence in our product manufacturing and customer service.

We have a wide range of products of superior quality to ensure customer satisfaction. We are thus well-positioned to meet the needs of special customer groups who will spur us on to achieve greater excellence.

Simply put, M2M stands for Machine-to-Machine, Mobile-to-Machine and Machine-to-Mobile interaction communication technology.

With our GSM monitoring products, operating business will be bought to ease with total control. Monitoring your vehicle, house and building using SMS or Phone. GSM technology can be applied virtually to any applications or interface in the area of Commercial, Residential, etc.

What is M2M?

The Internet has changed the world, although most thought leaders support the idea that the imminent changes are potentially much more significant in their effect on the world and its inhabitants. Most of what has happened on the Internet to date has been the creation of the basic infrastructure, the core technologies of connectivity. The personal computer is still the predominant interface to the Internet while the telephone and its unwired variety, the mobile phone, is slowly catching up as a key connectivity device. Both these classes of devices are fundamentally human-oriented; they provide humans with information and allow humans to interact with each other, businesses, and information servers. Given their human orientation, the few billion such devices connected to the Internet are reaching saturation when one considers there are only six billion people who inhabit this world.

The next milestone of the Internet will be the explosion of non-human-oriented devices. Eventually reaching tens of billions in number, these machines will need to communicate with each other as well as with data-mining and processing systems that will automate the communication and interpretation of the mass of data they hold for various value-adds to businesses and consumers alike.

M2M technology is making science fiction, reality.

This new world is described as M2M, or Machine-to-Machine. This description focuses on the issue of how machines can effectively communicate with other machines in an open manner almost anywhere in the world. Specifically it focuses on how these machines communicate, how they are managed, how the data and information within them are managed, and most importantly, how the world (humans, businesses, and society) interacts with them.

Simply put, M2M stands for Machine-to-Machine, Mobile-to-Machine, and Machine-to-Mobile Communication Technology.

Unlike science fiction, it does not signal the overthrow of man by machines that can communicate with each other. Instead, M2M empowers man with greater control over machines.

M2M is about the networking of machines, devices and individuals using available wireless infrastructure (GSM, GPRS, 3G) for a seamless flow of data allowing you to monitor and control your remote plants, facilities, assets or terminals from a central location or a mobile device.

This translates to increased operational efficiencies, cost savings, better service levels, and even additional revenues.

It's the wave of today!

The Gartner Group projects that by 2005 there will as many as 160 million M2M connections to and / or between these machines and field devices.

M2M systems can be applied in virtually any industry or environment,
including manufacturing, telecommunications, quick-serve restaurants, power, water and wastewater utilities, convenience stores, oil and gas, supermarkets, and railroads.

M2M systems can interface with virtually any type of mechanical, electrical or electronic system or machine for an unlimited number of specific applications, including:

  • Toll Collection, Transaction support functions including money replacement, funds transfer and service location
  • Energy management, Sensors of temperature, pressure, humidity, illumination, presence and various gases
  • Management of simple and complex machines such as vending, signage and traffic signals
  • Remote monitoring for life, property safety and productivity efficiency
  • Location services for humans, animals, vehicles and property
  • Entertainment purposes such as games, music and video
  • Process control and automation
  • Access control and security
  • Water and power metering
  • Remote diagnostics
  • Asset management

Unlike human-targeted devices that are theoretically finite, the number of devices in the M2M world is not bound by such limits. A person can only usefully carry one communication device and normally only one personal computer, while a 100-meter corridor in an office building or home can potentially have hundreds if not thousands of valuable sensor devices (machines) measuring all manner of information—as long as such information can be useful.

The new world possibilities permitted by M2M thinking are unfathomable today just as Online Games, Search Engines, and Live Chat would have been unthinkable only 10 years ago.

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