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Select the right connectivity method for your dedicated fleet

The innovator’s guide to fleet transformation
The connectivity method for your dedicated fleet has a major impact on your operational flow and total cost of ownership. Use this guide to understand whether to use wifi, cellular, or both for your use case.
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Quick reference selection cheat sheet
Situations best suited for each connectivity type
Real-world dedicated device scenario examples
Key risks and complexities to consider
Advice based on thousands of customer deployments
How Esper can support your journey
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Myth
Android offers a poor end user experience
Android isn’t affordable — it’s cheap
Android is a cybersecurity risk
Android devices have short lifespans, so you’ll have to replace them sooner
Android hardware is inferior, isn’t it? And aren’t I stuck with ARM?
vs
Reality
Android can and does power world-class device UX — but your approach matters
Android is the ideal platform for end-to-end fleet OpEx management
Android offers enterprise grade security — and the keys are in your hands
Android enables agile fleet evolution — but you need a partner to leverage it well
Android hardware is whatever you want it to be (including x86, with Esper)

Key factors to consider while choosing your wireless communication method

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Dedicated device problem scenario

Scenario

You want to build an app that works across GMS and AOSP

Esper Solution

Since you can't use the GMS dev tech stack in this scenario, Esper created the ability to support managed config across GMS and AOSP.
You get the tools to programmatically control your config and push out data payloads in a fine grained manner to apps running on your devices. With Esper you can group your devices and create a specific managed config for a certain set of devices, customers, etc.
Quick reference selection cheat sheet
Situations best suited for each connectivity type
Real-world dedicated device scenario examples
Key risks and complexities to consider
Advice based on thousands of customer deployments
How Esper can support your journey

Learn from the dedicated device experts

Digital healthcare, or HealthTech, is accelerating at an unprecedented pace due to factors such as the need for remote care, decentralized clinical trials, and the power of connected wearable devices.
We’ve worked with numerous HealthTech organizations building anything from complex custom remote patient monitoring solutions to electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA) solutions for long-term decentralized clinical trials. In this ebook, we dive into five principles we’ve learned about building a strong foundation for your device fleet, so you can deftly navigate the inevitable challenges along the journey.

Learn from the dedicated device experts

Digital healthcare, or HealthTech, is accelerating at an unprecedented pace due to factors such as the need for remote care, decentralized clinical trials, and the power of connected wearable devices.
We’ve worked with numerous HealthTech organizations building anything from complex custom remote patient monitoring solutions to electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA) solutions for long-term decentralized clinical trials. In this ebook, we dive into five principles we’ve learned about building a strong foundation for your device fleet, so you can deftly navigate the inevitable challenges along the journey.

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Pro-tip:

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Quick tip

Our advice: Customer satisfaction requires curating the full experience that end users will go through when using your device. Plan out how the wireless technology will play a role in their customer journey, from the out-of-the-box experience to issues like loss of connectivity.

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