Brian Terhune

While the term M2M (Machine 2 Machine) may be new to some people, it is becoming a larger part of our lives every day. Given that Stilwell Baker receives many inquiries related to electronic product development, it is interesting that M2M is no longer an option; it has morphed into a requirement. Because of this, it’s the perfect time for a three part blog series on the background of M2M evolution, where it exists today, and potentially where it will be in the near term. An early example of M2M communication would be the technology that allows wired systems to communicate with various devices. For example, a SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) system that monitors pressure in an industrial facility and alerts a central computer if the pressure is … Read More +