Video camera cellular connections to reach 20.4mn in Europe and N America by 2024

IoT market research provider, Berg Insight, has released a new market report covering the connected video camera market. The report focuses on the following five application areas: city surveillance; commercial buildings and industrial site surveillance; smart home security cameras; body-worn cameras; and video telematics for commercial vehicles.

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IoT needs a secure management platform to cover everything from silicon to insight

As networks transform, new devices come to market and data is ingested from new sources, Robin Duke-Woolley, the chief executive of Beecham Research, interviews Charlene Marini, the vice president and general manager of devices in the IoT Platform business unit at Arm. Deriving the full value and benefit of trillions of IoT devices will require

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UltraSoC embedded analytics chosen by SimpleMachines for new compute platform

UltraSoC reports that its embedded analytics technology has been selected by SimpleMachines, Inc (SMI) for use within SMI’s innovative Composable Computing Platform.

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IoT in 2030: A tri-polar world, with significant regional variations

In May 2020 Transforma Insights published the first iteration of its global IoT forecasts which predicted 24.1 billion connected devices generating US$1.5 trillion (€1.3 trillion) in 2030. However, the global picture belies a significant variation between regions. In particular, the vertical-specific opportunity is highly regionalised and growth in China will be driven by government policy

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Why are some smart home businesses ‘bricking’ customers’ devices?

Wink recently gave its customers a two-day deadline to pay a subscription for its services or have them ‘bricked’, digitally blocked. Mark Samuel (MS), CEO of Ezlo Innovation, believes that not only is the “buy a subscription or we brick your device” model the wrong way to treat customers, it is also the wrong revenue

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COVID-19 places Augmented Reality at the heart of the ‘new working normal’

COVID-19 will accelerate the business world’s move to Augmented Reality (AR) and other IoT solutions, as companies across the UK look to adapt to a ‘new working normal’.

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1080P RAW sensor launched with on-chip AEC for fast wake-up on IoT cameras

SmartSens Technology announces the official launch of SC210IoT – a 1080P 30fps low power video sensor specifically designed to power Internet of Things (IoT) devices.

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Global IoT market to grow to $1.5trn annual revenue by 2030

Transforma Insights, led by veteran Internet of Things (IoT) analysts Jim Morrish and Matt Hatton, says it has established a new benchmark for global IoT forecasts, by publishing the first iteration of its “granular” Total Addressable Market (TAM) database based on analysis of hundreds of applications.

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Real-time water utility meter platform designed to optimise cities’ revenues

Olea Edge Analytics, an intelligent edge computing platform for water utilities, has launched a solution for cities to optimise revenues associated with water meter inaccuracy. The program includes a survey, installation and access to the Olea Edge Analytics user-interface for real-time monitoring.

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Life 2.0: Creating pandemic-ready smart cities with COVID-19 learnings

Change is a constant. Right from the metal to machine age, till the era of digital revolution, we have seen several changes impacting our lives. In the information age we are in today, the pace of change has notched up manifold.

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Senet CTO Kjendal joins LoRa Alliance Board as LoRaWAN adoption accelerates

Senet, Inc.’s CTO, Dave Kjendal has been named to the board of directors of the LoRa Alliance. Senet provides cloud-based software and services platforms designed to enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things (IoT).

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IoT & Industry 4.0 Online Conference & Exhibition– June 16th, 2020

In simple terms, the Internet of Things (IoT) covers all devices, ranging from basic sensors to smartphones and wearables, that are connected to the internet and which can ‘talk’ to each other. IoT allows devices to communicate not only within closed silos but across different networks, so creating a more connected IT environment.

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Cellular connectivity sets a new standard for telehealth

Remote patient monitoring has been increasing over the last few years but, with home visits from healthcare professionals minimised because of COVID-19 lockdowns, services are poised to take off into the mainstream, writes Peter Fowler, SVP of Quectel.

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You don’t have to outrun the lion, simply stay ahead of the herd

Everyone knows weak security poses a threat to their business, and the connected devices of IoT present a substantial attack surface for hackers. However, there appears to be a general attitude among organisations of hoping a breach won’t happen to them, and this attitude can see inadequate device-level security incorporated from the solution concept onwards.

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Pod Group partners with Expeto to enable Enterprise First with global IoT connectivity

A strategic partnership has been announced by Pod Group, a provider of platforms, software and connectivity services for the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected enterprises working with Expeto, a platform provider of disruptive cloud and edge IoT Connectivity technology.

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Severe data breach could cost tech companies US$174mn per day

Tech companies could lose an average of US$174 million (€160 million) per day – or $37.30 billion (€34.46 billion) per month as a result of compromised records per data breach, new research shows. 

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