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IoT Contract Hot List – July/August 2019

Posted by IoT Now MagazineOctober 24, 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
iBasis Simfony, The Netherlands iBasis chosen for global eSIM connectivity following two-year analysis of eUICC capabilities 8/19
IDEMIA Deutsche Telekom, Europe Selection of IDEMIA entitlement server system to launch eSIM-enabled devices in Europe 7/19

 

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IIJ, Japan Japanese network provider selects AirOn+ platform to enable eSIM service 8/19
Landis+Gyr E.ON, Sweden Landis+Gyr’s Gridstorm Connect selected for second wave of Swedish smart meter roll-out 7/19
LoJack Italia Toyota Motor Italy, Italy Partnership announced under which the LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery Service (SVR) will be offered as an option on new Toyota models in Italy 7/19
Nano Avionics UK Lacuna Space, United Kingdom Deal agreed for Nano Avionics to support UK satellite provider’s growing satellite constellation 7/19
OnAsset Intelligence Unilode Aviation Solutions, USA OnAsset chosen for unit load devices (ULD) digitisation contract with world’s largest provider of ULD monitoring, maintenance and repair services 8/19
Pod Group Alemetic Systems, Kenya Pod Group multi-network connectivity solution chosen by provider of vehicle tracking and fleet management solutions 7/19
Semtech Oizom, India Semtech IoT platform selected to monitor soil irrigation and enable reduction in farm water and electricity consumption by up to 26% 7/19
Semtech GND Solutions, USA Semtech LoRa devices chosen for temperature sensors to reduce restaurant operating costs by 40% 8/19
Semtech Conserv, USA Selection of Semtech LoRa devices to enable efficient art health monitoring for museums and art IoT service provider 8/19
Semtech Laird Connectivity, United Kingdom Semtech selected to support LoRa-based smart temperature monitoring system to save up to US$50,000 of food inventory 7/19
Senet Woodstream, USA Pest control specialist collaborates with Senet for LoRaWAN connectivity to expand market opportunity 7/19
Senet Wellness Telecom, Spain Partnership agreed to use Senet’s network-as-a-service connectivity and device management services as part of plans to expand to US market 7/19
Sigfox INDIGO weel, France Sensors supported by Sigfox connectivity fitted to self-service bicycle fleet 7/19
Sigfox Alps Alpine, Japan Global partnership agreed to boost innovation with manufacturer of electronic products 8/19
Telefonica Tunstall Healthcare, Spain Deal agreed to collaborate on remote patient monitoring solutions in Spain 7/19
Telefonica  Arad, Israel Partnership agreed to offer intelligent IoT solution for measuring water consumption between Telefonica and intelligent water meter manufacturer 7/19
Transatel Jaguar Land Rover, Europe Second wave of European deployment of Transatel’s Ubigi-branded SIMs to enable new vehicles with on-board Wi-Fi and entertainment 7/19
Twilio Sensoneo, Slovakia Smart waste company selects Twilio plus T-Mobile narrowband IoT connectivity to optimise waste collection 7/19
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