IoT Contract Hot List – September/October 2017

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Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct / Service (Duration & Value)Awarded
ActilityEnforta, RussiaActility selected to begin collaboration to deploy LoRaWAN network to deliver IoT services across all of Russia10.17
AvayaBosch, globalExtension of partnership to support company’s digital transformation across global operations including Avaya Private Cloud Services10.17
BlackberryYangfeng Visteon, ChinaBlackberry NX platform selected for automotive digital instrument cluster project10.17
Electric ImpKiWi Power, UKElectric Imp secure enterprise IoT platform selected by UK demand response aggregator to deliver next generation of low cost devices for electrical metering10.17
GemaltoOnköl, USAGemalto IoT connectivity to be utilised by OnKöl’s mHealth solution for monitoring patients9.17
GlobalstarFindMy, NorwayGlobalstar satellite connectivity chosen by animal tracking provider FindMy to help prevent trains colliding with reindeer as part of SaveMyReindeer service10.17
IridiumHitachi Construction Machines, globalExpansion of existing agreement to use Iridium for delivering e-services across the planet for Hitachi’s construction machine management business9.17
LoriotCeske Radiokomunikace, Czech RepublicLoriot chosen to provide network operating systems to enable national broadcaster and cloud operations provider9.17
Orange Business ServicesTopaz Energy and Marine, globalAgreement signed for Maritime Connect service that connects the fleet at sea and supports the corporate network9.17
PTCBell and Howell, USAPTC’s Thingworx selected to optimise service capabilities for all Bell and Howell OEM service providers10.17
Renesas ElectronicsToyota, JapanRenesas automotive semiconductors selected for Toyota autonomous vehicles that are currently under development9.17
SASGE Transportation, USASAS chosen to provide real-time analysis of sensor data to keep GE locomotives safe and efficient9.17
SemtechOfo, ChinaLoRa technology integrated to track bicycle locations and reduce operational costs for bike sharing company10.17
SequansSpartan Camera, USASequans’ Colibri LTE Cat 4 platform chosen to power Spartan GoCam LTE surveillance camera9.17
Sierra WirelessNube, MexicoSierra device-to-cloud IoT offering and Microsoft Azure Cloud services selected by Nube to support IoT-enabled consumer gas delivery solution in Mexico10.17
SigfoxAlps Electric Europe, IrelandAlps decides on Sigfox IoT strategy with mass production of Alps-Sigfox devices for asset tracking and preventative maintenance to start with project in Ireland9.17
Silver Spring NetworksDubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA)Initial deployment of Silver Spring multi-application IPv6 network canopy across the Emirate of Dubai, based on Silver Spring’s Gen5 technology10.17
TelitHusqvarna, SwedenTelit end-to-end IoT solutions deployed to enable real-time sensor data from robotic lawnmowers to provide insights into greenspace environmental conditions and park maintenance for cities10.17
TelitVaio, globalTelit chosen to provide its LTE Cat 9 LN940 mobile datacard to enable secure, reliable, LTE-Advanced connectivity in Vaio’s S series of notebooks9.17
TomTomMichelin, globalTomTom selected to power new mobile application for truckers from tyre maker10.17
Velodyne LiDARMercedes-Benz Research & Development, Germany3D, real-time perception systems provider selected as critical sensor supplier for further development of automated and driverless vehicles9.17

 

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