The Internet of Things (IoT) communications are simply devices sharing data in a wired or wireless network. For almost 20 years these were one-to-one connections, recording remote events such as changes in temperature or stock levels. Today, enterprises see huge business opportunities in all industrial and social sectors; from monitoring vehicle, driver and load conditions to controlling smart utility meters and waste management, from remote healthcare to connected agriculture. New services have demanded new business models, and new partner ecosystems have emerged. Today there is strong competition for fixed line and cellular networks from low cost, low power-consumption, long range, unlicensed networks. These can deliver a rapid Return on Investment, even for low value, low frequency communications in domestic energy billing or remote monitoring of industrial machines. Launched in 2010 and read in more than 100 countries, IoT Now (https://www.iot-now.com/) has become the leading global publication dedicated to IoT-enabled business. Online and in print quarterly, IoT Now analyses the opportunities and challenges in connected business, and reports on lessons from the real world of next generation IoT services.
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