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IoT Contract Hot List – June/July 2017
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IoT Contract Hot List – June/July 2017

Posted by IoT Now MagazineAugust 3, 2017

It’s free to be included in The Contract Hot List, which shows the companies announcing major 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
Actility Discovery Ag and NNNCo, Australia Actility Thingpark platform selected for roll-out of the Connected Country Network in Australia 6.17
Actility RTE and Orange, France Actility smart grid technology used to exploit the capacity of batteries at Orange sites in order to mitigate peaks in demands and power surges for RTE, the largest transmission system operator in 6.17
AT&T Red Bull and partners, global AT&T IoT solution selected to track and manage supply and demand of up to one million beverage coolers globally 5.17
Com4 Validér, Norway Deal to deliver 200,000 SIM cards to support automatic power meters in Norway 5.17
Com 4 Otoro, Norway Com 4 selected to provide connectivity for smart solar energy app provider 6.17
Com 4 Bane NOR, Norway Norwegian rail operator chooses Com 4 to deliver machine-to-machine communications for on-train electricity meters 6.17
CyanConnode Larsen & Toubro, India Follow-on order to supply an additional 10,400 smart meters to extend deployment for Tata Power Mumbai 6.17
CyanConnode Genius Power Infrastructures, India Purchase order for narrowband RF mesh network to support 23,000 unit smart metering implementation by state-owned utility Utta Gujarat Vij 7.17
Gemalto Mobike, China and global Extension of existing partnership beyond China to target new markets in Singapore and UK under which Gemalto will supply its Cinterion M2M modules and Machine Identification Modules (MIM) embedded in Mobike’s smart bike locks 6.17
Gemalto Dessmann, Germany Gemalto Machine Identification Modules (MIM) and Secure Elements chosen by smart lock manufacturer to empower users to lock and unlock doors with smartphone control 6.17
Ingenu Upland Global Wireless Technology, Nigeria Selection of Ingenu Robust RPMA (random phase multiple access) secure, long-range IoT network to provide reliable machine connectivity in Nigeria 6.17
NetComm Wireless Telefónica, global Agreement under which NetComm will supply a range of 3G and 4G devices worldwide 6.17
Numerex PetroChoice, USA Deal to roll-out Numerex iTank application to support PetroChoice tank monitoring capabilities with initial commitment for 6,000 tanks nationwide 6.17
PodsystemM2M Anytrek, USA Agreement to include IoT SIM cars in Anytrek GPS tracking devices specifically to reduce cargo thefts from trailers and heavy trucks 6.17
PTC Hirotec, Japan Car parts maker selects PTC Thingworx platform for remote monitoring and real-time insight into its worldwide production systems 6.17
Qualcomm Geely, China Selection of Qualcomm Snapdragon automotive platform for next generation of infotainment systems in Geely vehicles 7.17
Semtech TrackNet, Switzerland Adoption of Semtech LoRa technology for Tabs home monitoring and consumer IoT systems 6.17
Vodafone Siren Marine, global Deal to bring global IoT capabilities t vessels using Vodafone global IoT SIM in Siren Marine’s next generation of connected boat products 5.17

 

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