21. April 2020 Teltonika / VARIA

In April Teltonika celebrates 22 years of success, reliability and quality. As a distributor for Germany, VARIA would like to congratulate you!

As early as 1998, the Internet of Things played an important role in the further development of the company.
Starting with the device for “recording the duration of the call TN-1057”, Teltonika has a remarkable pace up to the milestone of the 10 millionth IoT Device put down.
A brief outline of all Teltonika products is probably the most rational way to make the change from first IoT Device among the innovative ones known today IoT – Demonstrate solutions.

We, yours VARIA System GmbH , are available to you as the main representative for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. As the main representative of Teltonika you can expect various services from us in addition to the entire product range. On request, we can, for example, supply you with Teltonika products with your company branding. We also offer you competent technical advice or install the software you need for the products you have ordered. We also offer the option of forecast contracts – the unbeatable option for keeping delivery times and prices stable.

General development of the Teltonika IoT devices

Innovations in IoT technology increased in 1999. It was then that the official Internet of Things statement was accepted to promote RFID technology. While everyone was debating and speculating about the future of IoT, Teltonika founder Arvydas Paukstys was already on his way to helping people develop the first Teltonika IoT device. When you think of the first Teltonika IoT devices, these inventions are pretty simple. However, because of its impact on business, it turned into what Teltonika is today.

1998 – 2002

The early 2000s were a global transition period when wired communications became mobile. In general, this time period shows a process where cellular service providers made cellular connections available to everyone. However, the introduction of mobile connection technology also required additional costs. Most small businesses, however, weren’t ready to move into the mobile connectivity era. Corresponding to this situation, there was a niche in the market that the first Teltonika IoT device targeted. With the idea of measuring the duration of the call, Teltonika presented its first IoT device. However, mobile communication technologies became widespread and technologies such as the measurement of call duration were no longer needed. On the other hand, it was a start and a good lesson for the new IoT security project.

The “Guard GSM” was another test project that suddenly became successful. The main idea was to create an IoT hardware that controls external sensors in order to implement appropriate security measures.


So many new technologies have emerged in the past three years that it is impossible to list them all. However, the main roles are played by robots and artificial intelligence. Today you will no longer be surprised by terms like “Industry 4.0” or “IIOT”. They are the result of a successful combination of robotics and artificial intelligence.

With the start of the “Easy key to IoT” campaign, Teltonika also attached great importance to increasing the company’s efficiency. Many products have been improved: Automated soldering, testing, assembling and other manufacturing aspects have been made more efficient. By optimizing these processes, of course, they were able to make more products. They became the main reason behind the 10 million milestone IoT devices produced. As a result of the rapid production optimization, Teltonika also presented next-generation devices for network solutions. This includes RUTX routers and the advanced LTE / GNSS terminal FMM. 2019 also marked the start of the intelligent autonomous solutions department. This is now facing new challenges in three main areas: micromobility, asset tracking and personal tracking.

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