IoT Contract Hot List – March/April 2019

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
BTNorthumbrian Water, UKBT selected by UK water utility to deliver smart water project as part of 150 sensor pilot project3.19
Dispersive NetworksYuba Water Agency, USADispersive Networks selected to connect to connect its renewable energy assets to the Independent System Operator in California3.19

 

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General Services Administration (GSA), USAGSA Fleet, a supplier to more than 75 federal agencies, chooses Geotab to equip 217,000 vehicles with fleet management technology3.19
IoTeropTraxens, FranceIoTerop’s lightweight M2M stack selected for Traxens’ transport and logistics offerings4.19
Itron & VINCI EnergiesTransport Canberra and City Services, AustraliaItron network selected to be used to enable smart city in Australian capital city4.19
HID GlobalOld Kempton Distillery, AustraliaHID Global’s trusted identity technologies selected for brand protection of Tasmanian distillery’s products4.19
LoriotTeracom, DenmarkDanish telecoms provider selects IoT infrastructure provider for nationwide LoRaWAN network3.19
Pod GroupKlevio, UKPod Group chosen to provide secure connectivity for the Wi-Fi/4G Klevio One smart intercom and smartphone app4.19
SemtechSonova, SwitzerlandDevelopment of advanced radio system for hearing care solutions provider3.19
SemtechMachineMax, UKSemtech LoRa-based sensors selected for integration into its new, smart construction machine tracking system4.19
Sierra MonitorBosch US, USASierra Monitor to enable industrial IoT system for Bosch US boilers4.19
Sierra WirelessAnnexia International, CanadaSierra Wireless smart IoT connectivity chosen for Annexia’s ultra-low power asset tracking devices3.19
Sierra WirelessNurturewatch, CanadaSierra Wireless selected to provide IoT connectivity to enable tracking and communications for Nurturewatch wearable device for elderly people4.19
Software AG & TelstraBusselton Water, AustraliaProof of concent underway for water management system with Western Australian water provider3.19
Software AGCoca-Cola European Partners (CCEP), EuropeSelection of Sfotware AG’s hybrid integration platform as a key enabler of its technology and business transformation programme3.19
TelensaCity of Harrisburg, USATelensa selected for trial of smart city technologies using connected streetlight infrastructure for Pennsylvanian city4.19
TekelekPicoty, FranceTekelek fuel tank monitoring selected to optimise business operations for French fuel distributor3.19
TeliaONE Nordic, SwedenTelia chosen by smart meter service provider, ONE Nordic, to connect 900,000 electricity meters for Swedish electricity distributor Ellevio4.19
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