IoT Contract Hot List – May/June 2018

Here is our latest and unrivalled list of all the major IoT (Internet of Things) contracts publicised worldwide in the last two months.

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/PartnersClient, CountryProduct/Service (Duration & Value)  Awarded
AerisBarnacle Parking Enforcement, USAAeris selected to provide IoT connectivity solution to vehicle immobilisation device maker5.18
AT&T Honeywell, globalAT&T selected to provide IoT solutions for Honeywell’s transport and logistics offerings globally5.18

 

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Aira, Australia, Canada and UKAgreement extended to make AT&T global data provider and take Aira connected glasses service to Australia, Canada and the UK 5.18
CyanConnodeLarsen & Toubro, IndiaUS$3.2m IPv6 smart metering solution order awarded 5.18
CylanceVolitionRx, SingaporeDeployment of CylancePROTECT at cancer diagnostics company to prevent malicious activity targeting endpoint devices5.18
Dassulat SystemesDassault Aviation, France Co-operation agreement signed for the implementation of Dassault Systemes’ 3DEXPERIENE platform over a multi-year period 5.18
GemaltoFaraday Future, USA deal to provide data security and encryption technology for new car maker’s intelligent electric car6.18
InterDigitalBuckinghamshire and Hertfordshire county councils, UKTwo UK local authorities become commercial customers of the InterDigital oneTRANSPORT data marketplace5,18
KyoceraRobert Bosch Car Multimedia, GermanyLicence agreement to provide Bosch with access to Kyocera’s patented haptic feedback technology for use in Bosch’s automotive solutions5.18
Orange BusinessServices      Dobroflot, RussiaFishing fleet operator selects Orange Business Services to deploy solution for fuel monitoring5.18
PodM2MKali Care, USAPodM2M chosen to help expand IoT remote medication system on a global scale6.18
QuectelPetro Fiorentini, ItalyQuectel selected to support new smart NB-IoT gas meters 5.18 5.18
Sierra WirelessAtlas Copco, SwedenIndustrial tools and equipment maker selects Sierra Wireless device-to-cloud IoT system to transform industrial compressor business5.18
Sigfox and Argon ConsultingMichelin, FranceMichelin develops IoT-based system with Sigfox and Argon to track sea-freight flows5.18
Sigma SystemsLiverpool City Council, UKSigma selected to deploy Sigma Catalog in smart city partnership6.18
Software AGTrackerando, GermanySoftware AG’s Cumulocity IoT selected to support GPS-based people, pet and property tracking provider5.18
Software AGPOST Luxembourg, LuxembourgSoftware AG’s Cumulocity IoT chosen for the roll-out of smart services as part of smart city offering6.18
TelitPorto Seguro Conecta, BrazilTelit simWISE selected to enable MVNO’s IoT customers to develop lower cost IoT devices and provision and maintain them remotely6.18
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