Insights on Buildings & Construction Sector

This insight explores how the Internet of Things can address challenges in the construction industry and in building automation.

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Podcast: You’ll never need to know a password again!

Worryingly, drivers of connected vehicles may not control their car, says Julia O’Toole, founder of security company MyCena. All the vehicles’ internet-facing communications are entry points to hijack your car or tamper with signals; it’s a serious matter for the auto industry. Julia insists no one needs to know a password – ever. Plus the first

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7 IoT utility applications that will unlock the smart city dream

All over the world, societies and industries rely on the supply of energy and water. For energy and particularly electricity, in the past two centuries this has come from industrial scale generation based on fossil fuels. As of the second decade of the new century, it has become a matter of urgency to address challenges

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7 IoT applications that will transform the electricity sector

Over the coming decade the electricity sector must face increasing demand, increasing regulation, and fundamental changes in the way that electricity grids work on a day-to-day basis. New fluctuating energy sources must be integrated into existing grids, and many of today’s customers may take on a second role as suppliers, writes Jim Morrish, a founding

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Podcast: Why aren’t auto makers unleashing the full power of connected cars?

Car makers are developing next gen vehicle-to-route connections and even brain-to-vehicle links, and not just for navigation or entertainment. Soon emergency responders will know an accident layout and see occupants’ health data before they even arrive. As IoT Now’s Jeremy Cowan hears from Benoit Joly, CCO of connected vehicle data firm Wejo,his company is already helping US authorities evacuate

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Fibocom Introduces Pioneering OpenCPU Solution for 5G FWA, Built with R16-Compliant Module

(Sponsored News) Fibocom introduces pioneering OpenCPU solution for 5G FWA, built with the R16-compliant module FG160. The solution significantly accelerates product development process while meeting customers’ expectations on cost, power consumption as well as security.

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Why enterprise is waking up to the value of satellite connectivity for IoT

“Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and cellular networks are necessary but not sufficient: by themselves, they cannot provide the redundancy, global coverage, low latency, and reliability that are prerequisites for what is now an essential Internet of Things infrastructure. The missing piece of the network is a satellite-based Internet of Things communications architecture. Or, rather, it was the

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Insights on Security and Public Safety

The Security and Public Safety sector comprises a wide spread of activities that include Public emergency response and management, security of essential supplies (e.g. water), and the basic services and infrastructure on which people depend.  All of these are being disrupted by climate change, an increase in cybercrime and increasing modernisation and digitisation.

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How to generate new leads with the IoT World Map

Does the perfect lead-generation package really exist?

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The value of IoT security certification for the construction industry

The Digital Transformation of the Construction Industry

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The OriginIoT™ System

OriginGPS – The OriginIoT™ LTE-M is the smallest cellular IoT system in the world. It simplifies and expedites development of low power IoT products to just 6 weeks and includes GNSS, cellular communication, all embedded software required to develop IoT devices, and is interfaceable with over 100 sensors and devices.

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IOT Solutions World Congress and ISE team up to reimagine cross-industry digital transformation

IOT Solutions World Congress (IOTSWC), the largest international event devoted to industry transformation through disruptive technologies, and Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), the world’s leading professional audiovisual (AV) and systems integration show, have agreed to join forces this year and provide an unparalleled ecosystem for digital transformation to professionals from many industries. IOTSWC and ISE will

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How eSIM and iSIM are reducing IoT connectivity complexity

Embedded SIM (eSIM) has emerged as a means to free consumers and connected devices from the constraints of the traditional, plastic subscriber identification module (SIM) card by enabling an eSIM or an integrated SIM (iSIM) to be embedded into a device at the point of manufacture and shipped globally.

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AI must play the role of a human being but in an automated way

As the Internet of Things (IoT) scales up, manual processes and analysis performed by human beings become unviable because of the increasing amount of data. This has resulted in growing demand for greater automation and speed of response in order to head-off issues early enough to avert disaster. These issues range from security to software

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Why protecting is smarter than prohibiting permanent roaming devices

Mobile operators must address demands from enterprises and consumers for international coverage and service continuity for their fast-growing number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Global roaming is expected to work seamlessly for IoT devices that are produced in one country but used in various geographical markets. However, a few of these mobile operators, backed

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Lifting the lid on Mobile World Congress 2022

MWC22 Barcelona returns to Fira Gran Via on 28 February to 3 March 2022 with the theme of Connectivity Unleashed. Here, Antony Savvas highlights what the show will be offering

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