The Internet of Things is estimated to reach 29 billion devices by 2030.
New use cases, such as EV Charging and Smart Farming are at the forefront of demand given the current global environment. By 2025 we expect there to be 150,000 devices connecting to the internet every minute. The need for reliable and secure IoT connectivity has never been higher.Enquire Now
Unlike traditional SIM cards, IoT SIMs connect devices rather than people. There are currently 15 billion connected devices worldwide, performing diverse tasks across a broad range of industries.
What they all have in common is the need for secure IoT connectivity.
IoT SIMs using cellular connections have extensive coverage, are easy to deploy and can be remotely controlled. This enables devices to send and receive data non-stop, no matter the task or location.
A connected device is only as reliable as the connectivity it uses. As technology advances, more and more essential tasks are being assigned to IoT devices. This is the case in operating theatres, airports, and the vehicles we use for transport. As a result, the need for a dependable and secure internet connection has become critical.
The AgriFood sector has a growing need for connectivity. To meet this need, farmers are turning to sensors to monitor soil quality, greenhouse oxygen levels, and livestock health. A stable internet connection is essential for farmers to maximize yields and efficiency.
The financial cost of an unreliable connection is especially evident in the retail sector. This is particularly apparent when looking at EPOS terminals. Network outages can cause serious problems for businesses that rely on WiFi without a cellular back-up. In such cases, the business may have no choice but to turn customers away.
Roads are often overlooked in conversations about the future of mobility. Steps forward in IoT connectivity have enabled new innovations for Smart Motorways. Speed cameras installed on highways monitor road conditions can send automatic diversion signals in order to control the flow of traffic.
Reliable, Secure, Competitive. We designed our SIM cards specifically for IoT devices. They use our patented roaming technology, and are "unsteered". This ensures your device always connects to the strongest network available.
It is crucial to secure the sensitive data sent to and from IoT devices. This can be health data or payment details, so the highest standard of security is necessary. We provide a security measures secured at an AES-256 Encryption.
There is a currently lack of consensus over form factors labels in the industry. We offer data plans that can be customised to fit your requirements. If you need a SIM for an IoT project or a SIM for a security camera, we can accommodate you.
All SIMs come equipped with a Private APN to secure the data that flows between your devices and the network.
We offer eUICC SIMs and eSIMs in all form factors. They support 5G and 4G roaming on major European mobile networks. Additionally, they can send data via 3G and 2G, allowing for greater resilience.
We also have Static IP addresses available. These allow users to connect to their device remotely, in real time for requirements such as remote viewing.
CSL Router was chosen by Parkingeye to provide reliable IoT connectivity for EV chargers in their parking bays.
CSL SIMs are providing reliable and secure connectivity for Neop's connected locks and access control systems.
IKOSTECH selected CSL's IoT SIMs to provide secure connectivity for their agricultural equipment.