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IoT Contract Hot List – May/June 2019
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IoT Contract Hot List – May/June 2019

Posted by IoT Now MagazineJuly 29, 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/Partners Client, Country Product/Service (Duration & Value)   Awarded
Altair ERM Advanced Telematics, Israel Partnership agreed under which Altair optimised cellular IoT chipsets will be used to provide installation-free solutions for IoT, asset management and stolen vehicle recovery 5.19
ALPS Europe & Sigfox DHL, global Long-term partnership agreed to deploy tracking system for 250,000 DHL roll cages 6.19

 

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UK Power Networks, UK Deal to provide new broadband global area network (BGAN) M2M solution for electricity distributor’s SCADA network 5.19
Ayla Networks Hamilton Beach, USA Ayla IoT Platform chosen by make of FlexBrew coffee machines to develop system for automatic re-ordering of coffee and brewing supplies 5.19
Bearing Point/Beyond Tata Communications, global Bearing Point selected to provide its Infonova Digital Business Platform to allow customers to manage and monitor how they use Tata MOVE IoT and enterprise mobility service 5.19
Comcast Universal Parks, USA Comcast MachineQ enterprise IoT service chosen to provide LPWAN technology for IoT projects at its Orlando, Florida park 6.19
Globastar PrismaQuality, Finland Deal to provide satellite connectivity to provider of ReindeerApp and collar for tracking herds of reindeer in northern Finland and Sweden 5.19
Kerlink Sensoterra, The Netherlands Kerlink Low Power IoT Reference Design platform chosen for production of new class of soil moisture sensors 6.19
Navigil City of Helsinki, Finland Deal to provide Navigil smart wristwatches to approximately 200 customers suffering from memory loss diseases 6.19
SAS Lockheed Martin, USA Selection of SAS analytics to analyse streaming data from sensors on Hercules C-130 aircraft and enable predictive maintenance 5.19
SAS Ulbrich Stainless Steel, USA SAS analytics chosen by maker of engineered stainless steel products to ensure consistent high quality 5.19
Semtech Birdz, France Continuation of usage of Semtech LoRa devices and radio frequency technology for future smart meter deployments 6.19
Semtech Istanbul Airport, Turkey Semtech LoRa-based sensors deployed to track location, usage and condition of thousands of devices 6.19
Sierra Wireless Stone Technologies, USA Selection of Sierra Wireless Uplink remote monitoring system to help expand business beyond traditional alarm monitoring 5.19
Telefónica Schindler, global Deal agreed to provide IoT connectivity for smart elevators and escalators worldwide 5.19
Traxens CFL Multimodal, Europe and China Selection of Traxens cargo tracking IoT system for rail freight wagons throughout European corridor and New Silk Road to China 5.19
Vodafone Business Perch, UK Digital displays and retail marketing specialist selects Vodafone Business to provide engaging digital experiences in stores via IoT services 6.19
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