Devices and the associated sensors and actuators that bring the Internet of Things to life transmit telemetry and receive commands use various wireless network types. They are selected based on location, cost, and bandwidth requirements. Devices deployed indoors at factories, warehouses, office buildings, or within greenhouses often ride on existing Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or private cellular (CBRS) networks. Devices outside and moving around such as connected cars or fleets of trucks use public cellular networks allowing roaming across geographies. Stationary devices deployed outside have the most options including satellite, cellular networks such as NB-IoT, LTE-M, LTE, and 5G and unlicensed narrowband networks such as LoRaWAN. While Ethernet is common in factories today, the move toward Industry 4.0 technologies requires wireless networks in order to keep up with AGVs and dynamically changing assembly lines.