This is high time for us to understand the difference between public and private network. The term “wireless networking” implies universal connectivity. Still, we have yet to see this in today’s industrial and business-critical domains, such as manufacturing, supply chain management, and transportation energy and systems.
Instead, we see a disjointed picture, a landscape teeming with proprietary device networks, users, and buyers, as well as broken promises regarding the wireless technologies’ potential, amidst all this commotion and a new generation of wireless communications and clutter. It has emerged as a solution for challenging environments.
Private LTE networking technology—Public network based on LTE technology for local and autonomous networks—allows users and customers to integrate various sensors, machines, people, vehicles, and other objects from multiple sources.