Cinterion, the global leader in cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communication modules and a Gemalto company, announced today that its M2M World video showcasing eToll solutions has been selected as one of three finalists for the best video of the year to be selected at the ERTICO 20th anniversary celebration here tonight.
“We’re proud to be selected as a finalist for one of the best videos of the year,” said Marcel Visser, Cinterion VP of automotive. “At Cinterion, we’ve been pursuing innovative ITS technology solutions for the past decade but we’ve also been seeking compelling ways to communicate the transformative nature of these solutions to a global audience. We created these videos in Cinterion M2M World for just this purpose.”
To view Cinterion’s eTolling and other videos, please visit www.cinterion.com/m2m-world.
Cinterion, a Gemalto company, is the global leader of cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communication modules. Combining unparalleled M2M engineering expertise and localized worldwide customer support, with a strong portfolio of cutting-edge GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS and HSPA products, Cinterion provides complete M2M solutions encompassing wireless modules and MIMs (Machine Identity Module) through to server platforms and managed services. Cinterion is a reliable partner valued by diverse vertical market customers for its award-winning M2M technology which enables machines, equipment and vehicles to communicate over wireless networks, helping enterprises dramatically cut costs and increase efficiency. Cinterion products are carrier and FTA approved and are deployed in industries including: healthcare, automotive and eToll, metering, remote maintenance and control, payment systems, routers and gateways, security systems, tracking and tracing, environmental monitoring and more. Cinterion is part of the Gemalto group (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security with revenues of €1.9 billion in 2010, and over 10 thousand employees operating out of 87 offices and 13 Research & Development centers in 45 countries.