IoT Contract Hot List – March/August 2020

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It’s free to be included in The Contract Hot List, which shows the companies announcing major contract wins and deployments. Email your contract details to us now, marked “Hot List” at j.cowan@wkm-global.com 

Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct/Service (Duration & Value)  Awarded
 AerisAEON Credit Service, IndiaMulti-year strategic IoT technology partnership agreed for car finance business3.20
 AT&TXENEX, USAXENEX LightStrike Robots equipped with AT&T IoT Connectivity to fight infections
in hospitals
4.20

 

 

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QuadReal Property Group, CanadaBehrTech MYTHINGS wireless connectivity infrastructure chosen to enable multiple
IoT solutions in buildings
6.20
 floLIVEEseye, globalDeal to supply virtual connectivity infrastructure in new regions, with complementary
management and reporting capabilities
5.20
 Inmarsat/ PivotelFarmbots, AustraliaDeal to ensure farmers anywhere in Australia can use Farmbots solutions to remotely
monitor water tanks, dams and reservoirs
8.20
 KerlinkCityTaps, Kenya French start-up, CityTaps, deploys LoRaWAN in Kenya to bring running water to houses4.20
 KerlinkSaturas, IsraelProvision of LoRa-based hardware and software for launch of automated stem water
measuring system
4.20
 QuectelTVU One, ChinaSelection of Quectel 5G module for TVU One mobile video transmitter device5.20
SemtechEverynet, ItalyUtilisation of Semtech geolocation and asset tracking capabilities to monitor runner
safety at 2020 Tor des Géants ultramarathon in Italy
6.20
 SequansSamea Innovation,
France
Selection of Sequans GM01Q module to provide LTE connectivity to new Sensoriis
smart building wireless sensor
4.20
 Sierra WirelessLiveable Cities, CanadaSierra LPWA system selected to enable smart city applications for division of LED
Road Lighting company
3.20
 SigfoxHEP-Plin, CroatiaDeployment of Sigfox-connected ByteLab retrofit smart devices by national energy
company to digitise gas meters
8.20
 Tele2Civil Rights Defenders,
global
Deal to provide secure, reliable connectivity to Civil Rights Defenders for human rights
defenders’ security alarms globally
5.20
Tele2IoT9Solutions, FinlandTele2IoT selected by provider of nurse call systems to front line workers4.20
 TelitKumpan, GermanyElectric scooter designer and manufacturer selects Telit to provide telematics for
ridesharing eScooters
4.20

 Thales

Google Cloud, globalSelection of Google Cloud to deliver highly secure and scalable activation of embedded
SIM (eSIM) capable devices
5.20

 UltraSoC

Simple Machines, USAUltraSoC embedded analytics chosen for use with Simple Machines’ composable
computing platform
5.20

Vodafone

Digital Barriers, UKLaunch of IoT-enabled heat detection camera that combines thermal imaging with
Vodafone IoT connectivity to screen temperature of people as they enter buildings
5.20

Vonage

Insung Information,
South Korea
Business cloud communications provider selected to bring telehealth services to
patients, medical professionals and healthcare facilities in South Korea
6.20

WMW

NNNCo, AustraliaDeal agreed for Belgian applications and solutions provider to bring new IoT solutions,
including COVID-19 prevention applications, to Australia
4.20
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