FreeWave Technologies launches new IoT blog

Wednesday August 26, 2015 0 comments Tags: Boulder, FreeWave Technologie, Scott Allen, IoT, Wavelengths


BOULDER, CO -- FreeWave Technologies (, a leader in industrial, secure Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) wireless networking solutions, today announced the launch of its new blog, "WaveLengths: Perspectives on Industrial IoT" (

With analysts pegging the number of connected devices in the tens of billions over the next few years, FreeWave said the accompanying growth of the Industrial IoT (IIoT) is rife for exploration.

"The Industrial Internet of Things is responsible for some of the greatest innovations around the globe, from smart cities, to smart grid development, to automation in our most important energy sectors like oil and gas," said Scott Allen, CMO of FreeWave Technologies. "It's fascinating to us, and we launched "WaveLengths" to both engage our collective curiosity and interest in IIoT, as well as provide a channel for the intelligent and thoughtful voices within the IIoT community."

With "WaveLengths," FreeWave will look to engage a broad community of industry practitioners, journalists, bloggers, analysts, and IoT thought leaders, as well as FreeWave employees. It will offer unique ideas and perspectives to become a forum and industry resource that is forward-looking and constructive to the challenges facing the IIoT-at-large, the company said.

Available today and in coming weeks, several blogs covering a variety of IIoT interests will be made available, including industrial drone use, precision agriculture, the convergence of IT and OT in industrial settings, as well as several case studies. Additionally, "WaveLengths" will feature a living list of IIoT resources, including regulations and standards documents, technical papers and frequently updated industry news.

"We are looking forward to jumping into the fray and digging into the vast amount of information, articles and possibilities for the future of the IIoT with "WaveLengths," Allen said.

Those interested in contributing to "WaveLengths" or wanting more information about FreeWave should contact Karen Lambert at [email protected] or visit (