The ongoing digital transformation, powered by the advancements of Industry 4.0, is creating a unique opportunity for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) to expand their offerings portfolio well beyond just connectivity.
During MWC Barcelona, Kontakt.io, the location Internet of Things (IoT) Infrastructure provider, publicly launched Simon AI, the location and sensor analytics software suite for safety and efficiency applications in operational environments.
Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), and Internet of Things America (IoT America), a U.S. company deploying IoT solutions across rural America, have teamed up to transform the way rural businesses work by maximising the power, ease-of-use and security the Kerlink platform brings to these businesses through Kerlink stations and core-network software.
Qualys, Inc., a provider of cloud-based security and compliance solutions, announced it has acquired the software assets of Adya, Inc.
Aeris, a technology provider in the Internet of Things (IoT), is working with the Roambee Corporation, an IoT supply chain and enterprise asset visibility company, to help enterprises improve their monitoring of shipments and assets through IoT-based technologies offered by both companies.
As Jeremy Cowan, IoT Now’s editorial director, hears from Thomas Hasselman, chief marketing officer of Finland-based Quuppa, BLE is finding a home for asset tracking in hospitals, offices, the army and via mobile network operator, Orange. Also see Part 1.
Riddle me this. What do Finnish saunas, patient care, hot-desking and a soldier’s kit have in common? Do you give up yet?
As Jeremy Cowan, IoT Now’s editorial director, finds talking to Thomas Hasselman, chief marketing officer of Finland-based Quuppa, there is a thread running through all of these. It starts with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology and takes us to the door of [...]
CEVA Inc., a licensor of signal processing platforms and Artificial Intelligence processors for smarter, connected devices, reports that Nordic Semiconductor has licensed and deployed CEVA DSP technology.
Historically, the use of condition monitoring solutions for predictive maintenance has been restricted to high-value, mission-critical equipment, leaving an average of 85% of a production facility’s equipment vulnerable to costly unexpected downtime and repairs.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced its next-generation modem purpose-built for Internet of Things (IoT) applications such as asset trackers, health monitors, security systems, smart city sensors and smart meters, as well as a range of wearable trackers.
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