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Product Description

The FT2225 satellite M2M terminal enables connectivity for remote assets and sensor for monitoring, control and security of critical applications in the oil & gas, utilities, mining banking and government sectors. By utilizing our robust IP-based, highly secure, two-way communications Thuraya M2M network, you can extend the deployment of M2M and loT applications in real-time beyond the traditional coverage areas of cellular networks. The FT2225 can also be used to provide redundancy and backup M2M communications for mission-critical applications via satellite in situations where highly resilient communications is required in times of crisis or natural disasters.

Real-time, secure, two-way communications

Thuraya M2M services enable real-time monitoring, management and control of remote assets and operations. Field devices, RTUs and sensors such as gas valves, smart grid sensors, water pumps, reservoir level indicators and recloser RTUs can be accessed and managed remotely in real time. In addition, the service provides cyber-security protection by using the same encryption as commercial Virtual Private Network routers as well as Asynchronous 256 bit encryption.

Flexibility of integration

The high performance FT2225 terminal supports a broad range of applications by enabling an interface agnostic approach. Thuraya M2M services deliver reliable, affordable connectivity, regardless of the infrastructure or environment, to manage assets and real-time information to quickly respond to events. Onboard memory enables the loading of local applications onto the terminal for added control and flexibility of your M2M solution.

Reliable and affordable satellite connectivity

The Thuraya M2M network offers reliable L-band connectivity, resilient to harsh weather conditions, and brings dependable performance to locations where existing wireless and terrestrial systems are overloaded or inoperable. The terminal relies on remarkably efficient bandwidth usage, low-latency IP networking, and optimized power consumption, to make real-time remote monitoring and communications more affordable than ever and lower your total cost of ownership throughout the lifetime of an M2M project.

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