Shared on May 17, 2012 written by USAT CORP
Last week at CTIA, Sierra Wireless revealed a new level of intelligence for the AirLink® line: the ALEOS Application Framework (AAF). USAT's engineer, David Lamb, is featured on the marketing material used for this launch stating, "ALEOS AF enables us to run custom programs in devices to perform M2M tasks that were previously cost-prohibitive. Now we can truly speak M2M through the Sierra Wireless intelligent gateway." View his quote on the Sierra Wireless ALEOS Application Framework spec sheet.
David Lamb, Enterprise Solutions Engineer, USAT - "USAT is excited about all the new opportunities the ALEOS Application Framework brings to the M2M space. It enables USAT to run custom programs in devices to perform M2M tasks that were previously cost prohibitive, and it allows USAT to deploy unique configurations to customer specific solutions more rapidly. Now we can truly speak M2M through the Sierra Wireless intelligent gateway."
ALEOS™ Application Framework, or AAF, includes an integrated development environment, feature-rich libraries, and a comprehensive set of tools that can be used to develop custom M2M (machine-to-machine) applications on top of the sophisticated ALEOS embedded intelligence platform. ALEOS Application Framework leverages the power of the LUA programming language to integrate "intelligence on the edge" thereby creating more efficient, cost-effective deployment and operation of M2M solutions. USAT Corp is a premier partner of Sierra Wireless with resource ready to creating custom ALEOS Application Framework scripts bringing device level intelligence to our client’s solutions. ALEOS Application Framework is tightly integrated with the Sierra Wireless AirVantage M2M Cloud Platform, which enables USAT Corp. to rapidly develop, deploy, and operate end-to-end M2M applications and services for our clients. The ALEOS Application Framework bring "intelligence on the edge" meaning that the GX-400 or GX-440 modem can make logical operations and follow decision gates before any data is transmitted. This can reduce the number of additional devices attached to the modem, removing the opportunity for another device to fail. It also decreases the cellular data consumed by the modem, decreasing Monthly Recurring Costs through the cellular carriers. Please contact USAT for more information on ALEOS Application Framework.
Keywords: ALEOS Application Framework