Monogoto's Cellular IoT Build Month

18 Nov, 2022

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Monogoto's Cellular IoT Build Month

Announcing the December Build Month. A program to support developers in building their next IoT project with cellular technology.

Monogoto is bringing tribute to the developers and makers of today. The pioneers who act before they think, who solve problems with their hands and are not afraid to use technology they never used before. 

Cellular connectivity is ubiquitous. It’s affordable, it’s global and it’s easy to use. Novel cellular standards such as LTE-M, NB-IoT and LTE Cat 1Bis cater to the need for low-power, low-cost connectivity, ideal for the Internet of Things. As of today, the technologies and tools are available and ready to use. Now it’s up to the makers to start building IoT solutions which tackle today’s global challenges.

Monogoto is hosting the December Build Month - A developer program to support people in building their next cellular IoT project. 

What’s included in the Developer Build Month?

A free global coverage Monogoto SIM supporting 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE-M networks, with access to a device management portal.

Invitation to join weekly live sessions with Monogoto experts.

Access to the expert community
Access to an expert support team and online IoT community.

Win prizes
Share your IoT project and win cool prizes.

Join the Build Month and receive a free IoT SIM with access for 2G, 3G, 4G and LTE-M networks globally. In addition, you get support, including online live sessions throughout the month of December, helping you to design your next IoT project. 

Recommended reading: The True Speed of Cellular IoT

During weekly live sessions, experts will be demonstrating the use of the SIM with popular development boards from Nordic, Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Pycom. They will also show how cellular data can be integrated with popular cloud services like AWS IoT Hub, nRF Cloud, Ubidots, Qubitro etc.

Happy building! See you in December.

Sign up for the Developer Build Month →

No prior knowledge is required & participation is free of charge.