IoT Contract Hot List – January/February 2018

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Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct/Service (Duration & Value)  Awarded
AirgainMcLaren Technology Group, UKMulti-year partnership agreed for Airgain to build on its expertise in high performance antenna systems within the automotive sector2.18
AT&TCaterpillar, 155 countriesDeal for AT&T to provide global SIM card and IoT management services to help track, manage and deploy asset connectivity for Caterpillar heavy machines2.18

 

AT&TWaterbit, USAAT&T selected to provide secure connectivity for automated irrigation system provider1.18
Digi InternationalZamboni, USDeal to develop customised application for connected ice resurfacers2.18
GENoble Drilling, globalPartnership to create Digital Rig for drilling operations based on Noble’s drilling vessel and enabled by the GE Predix platform2.18
GemaltoTransatel, globalSelection of Gemalto remote subscriber management platform by mobile and IoT connectivity provider2.18
HaltianLindström, EuropeMulti-million Euro deal to supply more than 100,000 devices and a managed IoT data layer service to towel dispensers2.18
ItaltelRold Elettrotecnica, ItalyAgreement to collaborate with household appliances manufacturer on Industry 4.0 initiatives1.18
NokiaEDF, FranceNokia chosen to test performance of LPWA networking technologies for French power utility’s research and development unit2.18
PTCColfax, USThingWorx Industrial Innovation Platform selected manufacturing and engineering technology company to align IoT efforts and accelerate development2.18
PTCBMW, GermanyPTC Windchill selected as product lifecycle management backbone for production and sourcing of bills of materials1.18
Quortuse-BO Enterprises, BelgiumCollaboration to provide secure computing and LTE connectivity for offshore wind farms2.18
SequansWagz, USDeal for Wagz connected dog collars to be connected to IoT with LTE enabled by Sequans chips2.18
Sierra WirelessIntellinium, FranceSafety shoe maker selects Sierra Wireless modules for development of smart safety footwear2.18
Sierra WirelessGirbau, SpainSierra Wireless device-to-cloud IoT system selected to transform commercial laundry machines2.18
Sierra WirelessXSun, FranceSierra Wireless device-to-cloud IoT system            chosen for solar-power, autonomous drone2.18
Software AGTrackerando, GermanySoftware AG’s Cumulocity IoT platform selected to help Trackerando with accurate monitoring and tracking of vehicles, assets and people1.18

 

Thin Film ElectronicsCampari America, USAUtilisation of Thin Film’s near field communication and smart packaging capability as part of marketing campaign1.18
VodafoneMango, SpainDeal to support digital fitting rooms for high street fashion retailer2.18
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