With the onset of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 (Industrial IoT), communication scenarios are changing rapidly. Machine-to-machine (M2M) communication such as connected robots, warehouse automation, and factory processing machinery is becoming more and more prevalent and demanding higher availability, better robustness, low latency, and deterministic patterns.

In this Revolution, cable-based communication simply cannot fulfil the requirements demanded by the tremendous increase in connected devices in terms of flexibility, mobility and cost. Only wireless communication makes the usage of connected devices economically feasible. 

Wireless protocols have made incredible strides forwardin two vectors: spectral efficiency to achieve higher throughput for human-to-human/machine applications, and power consumption reduction for low data rate applications like IoT. As of today, standard wireless technologies are unable to meet the required robustness and low latency that industrial M2M applications need and therefore are being underutilized, mostly for monitoring in non-critical applications.

CoreTigo is developing a reliable and secured wireless system to support tens of IoT nodes at a latency of millseconds. CoretTigo's system replaces the serial wired cables in industrial control applications, taking the Industrial Revolution 4.0 to the next level.