IoT Contract Hot List – July/August 2019

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

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Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct/Service (Duration & Value)  Awarded
iBasisSimfony, The NetherlandsiBasis chosen for global eSIM connectivity following two-year analysis of eUICC capabilities8/19
IDEMIADeutsche Telekom, EuropeSelection of IDEMIA entitlement server system to launch eSIM-enabled devices in Europe7/19


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IIJ, JapanJapanese network provider selects AirOn+ platform to enable eSIM service8/19
Landis+GyrE.ON, SwedenLandis+Gyr’s Gridstorm Connect selected for second wave of Swedish smart meter roll-out7/19
LoJack ItaliaToyota Motor Italy, ItalyPartnership announced under which the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service (SVR) will be offered as an option on new Toyota models in Italy7/19
Nano Avionics UKLacuna Space, United KingdomDeal agreed for Nano Avionics to support UK satellite provider’s growing satellite constellation7/19
OnAsset IntelligenceUnilode Aviation Solutions, USAOnAsset chosen for unit load devices (ULD) digitisation contract with world’s largest provider of ULD monitoring, maintenance and repair services8/19
Pod GroupAlemetic Systems, KenyaPod Group multi-network connectivity solution chosen by provider of vehicle tracking and fleet management solutions7/19
SemtechOizom, IndiaSemtech IoT platform selected to monitor soil irrigation and enable reduction in farm water and electricity consumption by up to 26%7/19
SemtechGND Solutions, USASemtech LoRa devices chosen for temperature sensors to reduce restaurant operating costs by 40%8/19
SemtechConserv, USASelection of Semtech LoRa devices to enable efficient art health monitoring for museums and art IoT service provider8/19
SemtechLaird Connectivity, United KingdomSemtech selected to support LoRa-based smart temperature monitoring system to save up to US$50,000 of food inventory7/19
SenetWoodstream, USAPest control specialist collaborates with Senet for LoRaWAN connectivity to expand market opportunity7/19
SenetWellness Telecom, SpainPartnership agreed to use Senet’s network-as-a-service connectivity and device management services as part of plans to expand to US market7/19
SigfoxINDIGO weel, FranceSensors supported by Sigfox connectivity fitted to self-service bicycle fleet7/19
SigfoxAlps Alpine, JapanGlobal partnership agreed to boost innovation with manufacturer of electronic products8/19
TelefonicaTunstall Healthcare, SpainDeal agreed to collaborate on remote patient monitoring solutions in Spain7/19
Telefonica Arad, IsraelPartnership agreed to offer intelligent IoT solution for measuring water consumption between Telefonica and intelligent water meter manufacturer7/19
TransatelJaguar Land Rover, EuropeSecond wave of European deployment of Transatel’s Ubigi-branded SIMs to enable new vehicles with on-board Wi-Fi and entertainment7/19
TwilioSensoneo, SlovakiaSmart waste company selects Twilio plus T-Mobile narrowband IoT connectivity to optimise waste collection7/19
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