The shortlist nominees for the 2020 IoT Global Awards are…
WeKnow Media Ltd, the award organisers, are pleased to announce the shortlist nominees of the 2020 IoT Global Awards!
“It’s a sign of the IoT Global Awards’ growth and the maturity of the Internet of Things that the Editors have faced their biggest challenge yet in shortlisting the award Entries,” says Jeremy Cowan, chair of the 2020 IoT Global Awards.
“Despite the pandemic, the number of entries has grown in almost every category, and so has the quality. This year the Editors of IoT Now Magazine and IoTGlobalNetwork.com have faced a huge task in whittling down the entries to a Shortlist.”
The award organisers are proud to reveal that the shortlist nominees for the world’s leading IoT Awards are:
IoT PRODUCT / SERVICE OF THE YEAR
AUTOMOTIVE, TRANSPORT & TRAVEL
HARMAN, a Samsung company
HARMAN Vehicle to Pedestrian Safety Communications Platform
Pangea Connected Ltd
Winning £2.2m for a partner with in-vehicle connectivity
Making travel by public transport easier and cities more sustainable
IoT Connectivity Helps Spidertracks Switch from Reactive to Proactive Flight Safety
Controlant – Cold Chain as a Service (ChaaS)® Digital Visibility Platform
ZARIOT: Securing, enabling and growing IoT through cellular signalling security
Quasar Powered by Cando
Quasar: The Future of Supply Chain Management is Here
Cubic PACE for Automotive
DevicePilot service monitoring for EV charging
Tata Consultancy Services
TCS Enterprise Transportation Management System – SMART Automated Transport Solution for Operational Resilience by leveraging the ecosystem
It is clear that we face some huge challenges as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic, says Angus Flett, CEO at Smart DCC. The resulting economic damage cannot slow the urgency with which climate change has to be tackled.
The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) has offered many societal benefits, and has undoubtedly improved our overall quality of life. Statistics show that by the end of 2018, there were an estimated 22 billion IoT-connected devices in use worldwide, and this number has only grown since, says Jocelyn Brown.
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