IoT Contract Hot List – July/August 2017

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Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct / Service (Duration & Value)Awarded
AerisWisepill Technologies, South AfricaCollaboration to introduce IoT-enabled smart pillboxes8.17
BLIPSystems Bilund Airport, DenmarkImplementation of Blip Track passenger flow system to provide visibility into passenger movements7.17
EricssonChunghwa Telecom, TaiwanEricsson selected to build end-to-end narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) system for trialling IoT devices and applications7.17
FreeWaveMount Washington Technologies Observatory, USADeployment of ruggedised industrial IoT (IIoT) data radios to deliver real-time weather data8.17
GemaltoLenovo, 160 countriesGemalto selected as preferred remote SIM provisioning provider for the Lenovo Connect service7.17
HomeserveLegal & General, UKPartnership agreed with home insurance provider for Homeserve to offer its LeakBot leak detector7.17
mPrestBezeq, IsraelCollaboration with Israeli telecoms provider to deliver mission critical monitoring and control software for smart city/ smart campus software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering8.17
OrangeYepzon, globalOrange chosen to provide global IoT connectivity for 100,000 Yepzon locator devices in up to 220 countries8.17
OT-MorphoTelefónica, globalAgreement to provide OT-Morpho M2M subscription manager platform to support IoT and M2M market growth7.17
Silver SpringESB Telecoms, IrelandCollaboration to roll-out industrial IoT platform incorporating Silver Spring’s Starfish platform-as-a-service Networks (PaaS) to augment ESB’s telecoms infrastructure8.17
TaoglasSTATSports, globalTaoglas IoT antennas selected for STATSports’ new Apex line of GPS-based sports performance monitors8.17
TantalumSAP, globalAgreement to integrate SAP Vehicles Network into Tantalum’s Pay.Car platform for connected cars8.17
Vodafone IoTAmscreen, UKDeployment of Vodafone IoT solutions to support UK network of more than 15,000 connected interior and exterior media screens and kiosks7.17



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