Digi

Digi was formed in 1985—long before anyone coined the term the Internet of Things. They’ve always focused on connecting things, starting with intelligent multiport serial boards for PCs. As wireless data technologies evolved, they invented right along with it, expanding their product lines with RF modules, gateways, and cellular routers to build critical communications infrastructures, plus embedded wireless system on module (SoM) and single-board computer (SBC) offerings for makers of next generation connected products.

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  • SNAPSHOT
  • United States
    1985
    Public
    DIGI
    $100m-1b
    201 - 1,000
    Open website
  • IOT SOLUTIONS
  • At this very moment, millions of machines are talking to each other all over the globe. And the machines in the most critical applications communicate through Digi. Digi goes to work where the machines work: vast oil fields, intensive care units, crowded freeways and factory floors in very demanding environments. They connect the millions of sensors, valves, and components that make these critical infrastructures function.

    Digi provides the essential layer of M2M and IoT communications — the remote monitoring and management that critical applications depend on. Digi puts proven technology to work for their customers so they can light up networks and launch new products. Machine connectivity that’s relentlessly reliable, secure, scalable, managed—and always comes through when you need it most.
  • KEY CUSTOMERS
  • Baxter, GE, NASA, PG&E, Schneider Electric, Avancen, Frazer-Nash, Greater Detroit Transit Agency, Flying Eye, Olsbergs, Enlight, IER, Chicago Area Commuter-Rail Agency
  • CASE STUDIES
  • HARDWARE
  • SOFTWARE
  • MEMBERSHIP
  • INDUSTRIES
  • Medical Devices & Equipment
    Smart Grid
    Aerospace
    Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing
    Automotive
    Construction
    Food & Beverage
    Equipment & Machinery
    Renewable Energy
    Telecommunications
    Logistics
    Smart City
    Chemicals
    Electronics & Embedded Devices
    Consumer Goods
    Furniture & Home Appliances
    Healthcare Services
    Heavy Vehicle
    Mining
    Oil & Gas
    Paper & Pulp
    Plastics & Rubber
    Rail & Metro
    Shipping
    Data Processing, Hosting & Services
  • FUNCTIONS
  • Facility Maintenance
    Information Technology
    Environmental Health & Safety
    Logistics
    Maintenance
    Product Development
    Production - Manufacturing
    Quality Assurance
    Production - Natural Resources
    Field Services
    Human Resources
    Procurement & Sourcing
    Research
    Sales & Marketing
    Warehouse Management
  • ENABLED CAPABILITIES
  • Asset Tracking & Monitoring
    Data Acquisition & Management
    Energy Management
    Environmental Monitoring
    Environmental Health & Safety
    Quality Assurance & Control
    Infrastructure Access & Security
    Overall Equipment Effectiveness
    Predictive Maintenance
    Remote Access & Control
    Facility Climate Control
    Data Visualization
    Inventory Management
    Mass Customization
    Billing & Monetization
    Cybersecurity
  • CONNECTIVITY PROTOCOLS
  • SIMILAR COMPANIES
  • PARTNERS
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