Skymira has been integrating the Internet of Things (IoT) into business processes since 1998.


The Internet of Things (IoT) is creating opportunities for business process automation. Sensors, equipment and vehicles generate key information used in daily operations.

Integrating IoT data will automate:

  • GPS tracking
  • sending alerts
  • generating work orders
  • ordering supplies
  • trending machinery data
  • reducing regulatory compliance risk

Skymira’s mobiGateway(TM) can interface with your existing telemetry systems.


Don’t have a system? We can deploy one over cellular, satellite or WiFi networks. Skymira partners with leading manufacturers and network operators including Inmarsat, Orbcomm, Ligado, Cobham, and ViaSat.

GPS Tracking

GPS Tracking is available on Skymira’s hosted web portal or stream GPS reports into your Computer Aided Dispatch system (CAD).

IsatData Pro

Satellite, cellular, or dual mode communications ideal for IoT and fleet management services.

ViaSat FT-2225

Satellite IP data supporting a broad range of applications including SCADA, smart meters, security, point of sales, and more.

Explorer 323

Combine push-to-talk radio and IP data with GPS tracking.

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