Quantela, T-Mobile partner to create greater value for cities, utility providers across US

Billerica, United States – Digital infrastructure provider, Quantela Inc. announced a new alliance agreement with T-Mobile to combine T-Mobile’s existing IoT assets and cellular connectivity with Quantela’s established smart city software and hardware solutions to bring a more competitive IoT offering to the US market which will open the doors for accelerated city digitisation.

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Reduce building maintenance costs with AWS IoT TwinMaker Knowledge Graph

The shift from in office work to hybrid and fully remote work is causing revenue and valuation pressure on commercial building owners. As a result, building managers are exploring ways to optimise their expenses by reducing maintenance costs while still providing a tenant experience, says Nick White, senior partner solutions architect, Jameson Bass, partner solutions architect,

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Lantronix PoE++ switch helps power Hotel Marcel net-zero energy hotel

Irvine, United States – Lantronix Inc., a global provider of secure turnkey solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and the intelligent IT market, is announcing that its smart managed gigabit Power over Ethernet++ (PoE++) SM24TBT2DPB switch was utilised in powering the net-zero energy Hotel Marcel. Built in 1970, the hotel is designated as a historical building

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Duke Energy, AWS partner to develop smart grid solutions

Duke Energy, one of America’s energy holding companies, and Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), are entering into a multiyear collaboration to accelerate the utility’s development of grid solutions that will benefit customers and help advance Duke Energy’s clean energy transition.

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Ambient Photonics breaks ground for energy harvesting technology in California

Scotts Valley, United States – Ambient Photonics break ground for its state-of-the-art, 43,000-square foot low-light solar cell manufacturing facility in Scotts Valley, California one of the low-light indoor energy harvesting technology factories in the world. The company’s recent [$48.5 million (€48.85 million)] Series A funding and accelerated factory construction timeline position Ambient to serve the high demand for

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Nordic Bluetooth LE and cellular IoT smart plug provides remote energy management of appliances

China-based MOKO Smart has developed a smart plug for energy management applications in the smart home and energy metering sectors to support both consumers and energy-solution providers. 

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Schlumberger and Cognite to deliver data-driven solutions at scale for the global energy industry

London, United Kingdom & Oslo, Norway – Schlumberger and Cognite, two provider in technology innovation, announced a partnership to integrate Schlumberger’s enterprise data solution for subsurface with Cognite Data Fusion, Cognite’s open industrial DataOps platform. Through this partnership, customers can integrate data from reservoirs, wells, and facilities in a single, open platform, and leverage embedded AI and

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Exeger and Atmosic Technologies partner to create energy harvesting solutions for the IoT sector

Stockholm, Sweden – Exeger, the Swedish deep tech company announces its partnership with US-based semiconductor company Atmosic Technologies. The partnership will enable companies to create attractive energy harvesting solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) sector.

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Telink energy harvesting wireless module to enable batteryless remote controls

Amsterdam, Netherlands – Telink and Nowi reinforce their existing partnership by launching an energy autonomous wireless connectivity module. This new product offering enables additional energy harvesting use-cases by further reducing bill of material size, cost and complexity.

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Electric cars as buffer storage for solar power: Infineon and Delta enable bidirectional charging at home

Munich, Germany. 27 July, 2022 – On hot summer days, the share of solar power in the energy mix reaches record levels. But what to do when the sun is not shining? With bidirectional charging, solar power from the photovoltaic system is stored in electric cars and home batteries and fed back into the home

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Aeris Intelligent IoT network provides System Loco with reliable connectivity for worldwide track and trace of sustainable IoT-enabled smart pallets

Aeris, the global Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, announced that System Loco, a global provider of supply chain and asset tracking solutions, has selected the Aeris Intelligent IoT Network to provide next generation connectivity to support and manage the worldwide track and trace of smart pallets employed by System Loco’s customers throughout the world.

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Yorkshire Water Awards UK£10mn ESA deal to Samotics to improve energy efficiency and ops resilience

Leiden, Netherlands. 23 June 2022 – Samotics, a provider of real-time actionable insights to eliminate industrial energy waste and unplanned downtime, has been selected by Yorkshire Water in the UK as its sole supplier of electrical signature analysis (ESA) until at least 2025, in a £10 million (€11.61 million)] contract win.

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Building management system: Your ticket to a smart city

The complexity of new state-of-the-art buildings is skyrocketing; Aquariums, wedding chapels, rollercoasters, and even artificial canals are becoming the norm for office centres and shopping malls.

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SFC Energy joins the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

SFC Energy AG, a supplier of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions, has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance as its newest member.

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Baidu and Huaneng collaborate to create an intelligent energy future

Baidu and China Huaneng Group Co., Ltd. recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at driving the intelligent transformation of the energy industry.

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Making production processes more sustainable: How industrial software can simplify sustainability

In 2015, government leaders from around the world reached the Paris Agreement, pledging to keep global temperature increases to below two degrees celsius. Achieving this goal requires a significant shift in energy globally, both in terms of generation and use in energy-intense markets such as the industrial sector. Here, George Walker, managing director of Novotek UK

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