IoT Contract Hot List – September/October 2016

We take a look at who is winning what M2M and IoT business, with whom and where.

It’s free to be included in The Contract Hot List, which shows the companies announcing recent contract wins, acquisitions or deployments. Email your contract details to us now, marked “Hot List” at <j.cowan@wkm-global.com>

Vendor/Partners Client, Country Product / Service (Duration & Value) Awarded
AT&T Biotricity, USA AT&T selected as preferred partner for healthcare provider, Biotricity’s remote monitoring solutions 8.16
AT&T Precision King, USA AT&T Global SIM card and IoT services chosen to enable Soil King system to collect data from the soil and transmit it to Precision King dashboard 9.16
Cisco Jasper Taiwan Mobile, Taiwan Cisco Jasper selected to enable enterprise IoT services in Taiwan with Cisco Jasper Control Center 9.16
myDevices Sigfox, global myDevices Cayenne IoT platform chosen to deliver enhanced interoperability for Sigfox global ecosystem 8.16
Nokia M1, Singapore Strategic partnership announced under which Nokia will help roll-out nationwide commercial NB-IoT network in the first half of 2017 8.16
Orbcomm Global Fishing Watch, global Orbcomm satellite technology utilised to monitor fishing vessels and stamp out illegal fishing 9.16
Orbcomm Barnes Transportation, USA Orbcomm trailer tracking system selected for transport company’s dry van fleet 8.16
PodsystemM2M Rewire Security, global Deal to incorporate multi-network PodsystemM2M SIM cards into Rewire tracking devices 9.16
Semtech Kotahinet and Loriot, New Zealand Semtech LoRa technology selected for new LoRaWAN-based network 9.16
Sequans Autonet Mobile, USA Sequans LTE Cat-1 Calliope platform chosen to provide LTE connectivity for Autonet Mobile’s Dealer Connect product 9.16
Sierra Wireless Avtovaz Lada, Russia Sierra Wireless AirPrime embedded modules and AirVantage IoT platform selected for Lada connected vehicles 9.16
Sierra Wireless Geely Automotive, China Sierra Wireless AR series selected by PATEO to provide cellular connectivity for Geely Automotive vehicles 7.16
Telefónica Akyumen, global Telefónica to provide IoT services including global SIM service and single platform for provisioning and management of all global SIMs 7.16
Telit Jooycar, Latin America Telit IoT cloud platform selected to enable connected car telematics for more precise usage based insurance (UBI) calculation 9.16
TIM Italian government, Italy Mobile operator wins five-year licence for controlled waste tracking across Italy 8.16
Vodafone Skoda, Czech Republic Czech car maker selects Vodafone for in-car connectivity for its new Kodiaq model 9.16
Vodafone Wunelli, global Risk solutions company chooses Vodafone as one of its suppliers for insurance telematics products 8.16

 

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