The wireless gateway sends sensor data over the internet to our server where subscribers can log in and view their current and historical data. A gateway can connect to the internet through built in cellular, WiFi or Ethernet connection. For our US customers OmniSense has partnered with Verizon Wireless and uses LTE Cat-M1 technology for up to 7x the wireless range of LTE. For our international customers we offer either 3G GSM, LTE Cat-M1, or LTE Cat-NB1 (aka NB-Iot or LTE Cat-M1) cellular modems. Worldwide coverage maps for LTE Cat-M1 and NB-Iot can be found here. An account on the OmniSense monitoring web site is required. Gateways will log 256,000+ sensor readings for future uploadinng to our server if an internet connection is not available or the internet connection is interrupted. All of our gateways support a direct wireless link to Dri-Eaz "i-series" or their newest "Command Hub" enabled dehumidifiers such that the dehumidifier shows up as a sensor on the OmniSense monitoring web site.