M2M Contract Hot List – September-October 2012

M2M Contract Hot List - September-October 2012

Contract Hot List – September-October 2012

It’s free to be included in The Contract Hot List (below), which shows the companies announcing recent contract wins or product deployments.
If your contract is not listed here just email the details to us now marked “Hot List”

Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct / Service (Duration & Value)Awarded
Aeris CommunicationsNovotech Technologies, CanadaDistributing Novotech M2M products connected by Aeris’ intelligent framework8,2012
APD CommunicationsNorthants Police, UK3-year contract to supply telematics solution to police forces in England & Wales9,2012
ArduinoTelefónica, InternationalLaunch M2M connected device with remote management to assist IoT8,2012
Cadec Global, IncVerizon Wireless, USAPowerVue now using M2M Management Center for fleet management devices8,2012
Care Technology SystemsQualcomm Life, Inc, USAAnnounce the availability of CTS’ monitoring suite on Qualcomm’s 2net™ Platform9,2012
CradlePointAT&T, USAARC and COR series routers extended to support LTE and HSPA+ networks9,2012
EricssonElektrilevi, Estonia8-year deal with electricity supplier to supply, deploy and run smart meter network8,2012
G4S Utility ServicesO2 (Telefónica UK)5-year deal to provide up to 1.4 million SIMs and global SIM connectivity7,2012
GCT SemiconductorVerizon Wireless, USALTE single-chip GDM7240 certified for use on 4G LTE wireless network8,2012
Giesecke & DevrientVisa Mobile, InternationalVisa approves 2 G&D Trusted Service Manager centres for NFC applications9,2012
GreenRoadGPS Insight, USAOffer advanced fleet tracking capability in driver performance management service9,2012
IBMVodafone Group, GlobalMobile comms and cloud computing for remote management of smart homes9,2012
Meteoroligical OfficeNatWest Bank, UKTo give NatWest-funded renewable energy projects accurate wind speed data9,2012
Neural TechnologiesSafaricom, KenyaDeploys new fraud management system for its mobile payment service8,2012
Open Mobile AllianceoneM2M Partnership, GlobalJoins partnership to deploy services in M2M communications systems9,2012
Orange Business ServicesOpenmatics, Czech RepublicPartnering to offer international truck and bus telematics services via M2M9,2012
ORBCOMM, Incinthinc Technology Solutions, Inc, USAWireless data services for work with heavy equipment, oil & gas, commercial fleets9,2012
SprintChrysler Group LLC, USADevelop wireless in-vehicle connectivity for the Ram 1500 pickup & SRT Viper8,2012
Telit / NayaxSelecta Nordic, ScandinaviaCashless services for vending machines in Sweden, Norway, Denmark & Finland9,2012
Telit Wireless SolutionsRogers Wireless, CanadaLow profile HE910 modules certified for use on Rogers networks in Canada9,2012
TIM BrasilPorto Seguro / Datora TelecomBrazilian insurance firm partners with MVNE to track 2,000 customer vehicle8,2012
TomTom/VodafoneZenith Hygiene Group, UKInstalls tracking, navigation and ecoPLUS devices across its vehicle fleet8,2012
TrackerWireless Logic, UKPartner for more flexibility as well as tailored tariffs and management control8,2012
u-bloxTelstra, AustraliaLISA-U200 UMTS/HSPA modem certified Telstra mobile network compatible8,2012
Vodafone / Mic-o-DataCity of Groningen, NetherlandsRolls out 6,000 connected bins in Dutch housing estates to encourage recycling9,2012
Wireless LogicH2evidence, UKData collection by UK local authorities operating cloud-connected ‘smart loos’8,2012



IoT = Internet of Things
M2M = Machine-to-machine

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