York County-based Red Lion Controls Inc. continues to make waves in the m2m and IoT world.
For the uninitiated, that means the Manchester Township-based tech manufacturer is a big player in the Machine-to-Machine and Internet of Things movements, for which Red Lion produces globally recognized devices to facilitate communication, monitoring and control for industrial automation and networking.
Red Lion’s latest honor?
The company received a 2016 Device Partner award from London-based Telit, which bills itself as “a global enabler” of the Internet of Things.
“Integrating our IoT platform with Red Lion’s industrial automation and networking products allows companies to quickly harness the power of the Industrial IoT to improve their process and daily operations,” said Telit’s Dubi Margalit.
The award was announced at the Telit IoT Innovation Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
According to Telit, the combination of Red Lion’s IIoT-ready products with Telit’s deviceWISE platform “enables businesses in a wide range of industries to connect machines to business systems without custom programming.”
“It is an honor to be recognized by Telit for our IIoT-ready products that seamlessly work with the deviceWISE platform to provide a complete end-to-end solution,” said Brian Rosema, director of IIoT strategy at Red Lion Controls.
“The IoT ecosystem is evolving quickly and our integration with IoT platform providers such as Telit helps expand our role in IIoT as we deliver our industrial automation, Ethernet and cellular products to customers worldwide,” Rosema added.
It’s only the latest development in Red Lion’s IIoT evolution.
In September, Red Lion announced the formation of an IoT innovation center in St. Louis.
In November, the company announced that its products had earned top honors from two Chinese trade publications.