Designing a Single Pane of Glass for securing your globally deployed IoT-workload

Companies are investing in large-scale Internet of Things (IoT) projects and deploying global scale IoT platform such as Deutsche Bahn or Carrier. Enterprises are looking for a solution that offers a multi-tenant Single Pane of Glass device lifecycle management (DLM) which caters to both IT and OT operations, says Katja-Maja Kroedel, IoT specialist solution architect, Leo Da Silva,

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Edge computing for IoT devices needs security

According to a report by IoT Analytics, up to 11.3 billion devices of various types are currently connected to the internet worldwide. Analysts expect this figure to more than double to 27.1 billion by 2025, despite the pandemic and shortage of chips. Looking more closely, it is clear that the increase in industrial devices connecting

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What’s your 5G roadmap for future-proof revenue assurance?

5G technology is pervading the world market at a rapid pace. 5G handsets are already a high grosser on e-commerce websites. While a few countries are lagging in deploying the next-gen 5G technology, several other nations already have 5G in the mainstream. Almost all big telecom operators have ramped up their investments in 5G deployment

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How IoT is enhancing the employee training experience

The recent completion of 800 Fulton Market, a 326-foot-tall mixed-use office tower in Chicago’s Fulton Market District highlights how the Internet of Things is entering the workplace in a big way. While the smart building’s main points relate largely to tenant safety, health, and wellness, the applications of IoT go much further. One of the ways that it

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Can IoT mitigate the impact of the fuel crisis on everyday consumer food items?

From long queues outside petrol stations to staggering energy bills, the consumers have been subjected to a raft of price rises as the cost of fuel continues to climb amid the war in Ukraine. As well as increasing energy bills, the spike in fuel prices has driven up the cost of everyday food items, further

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After the Sigfox rescue, how do you make IoT work?

Global Internet of Things (IoT) services firm Sigfox has just been rescued from bankruptcy. Business technology journalist, Antony Savvas considers a strategy for making IoT providers more successful going forward.

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Web threats increase by over 130% at the end of 2021

21 April, 2022 – Web threats affect everyone and every device that is connected to the internet. Web threats enter users’ networks without their awareness and can be activated by opening a spam email or clicking on an executable file attachment. Once they have compromised a system, web threats can travel through the network to

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How Globalstar satellite connectivity turns IoT data into high value insights

The transport and logistics industry has taken great strides in terms of understanding the benefits of the ability to track and monitor assets and cargo. There is now widespread acknowledgement of the operational value that can be derived from having an accurate understanding of the location and status of high-value fixed and movable assets, including

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The time for EV planning is now

It is impossible to deny the reality of electric vehicles (EVs) now. With the sale of petrol and diesel cars to be banned from 2030, EVs will soon be the main cars on the market.

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eMobility depots: Reducing operating costs with AI and IoT

As the number of electric vehicles increases, e.g., in commercial fleets or public transport, overnight charging infrastructure for hundreds of vehicles will become a common feature of our cities. Simply putting charging points in place, however, will not suffice. The situation is vastly more complex: Many vehicles enter and leave a typical eMobility depot, e.g.,

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Digital ticketing: The challenges and opportunities facing PTOs and PTAs

Transport ticketing has rapidly evolved in the digital age. As recently as the 1990s, closed loop systems based around paper tickets or tokens were the norm. This resulted in a poor user experience.

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The value of analogue measurement

Analogue measurement can define your upside. when you look at what you can achieve in a plant, you may be able to accomplish a lot with just simple digital sensors. You can tell when something switches state ( goes on and off), you know if things are running or not running, you can tell if

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Next generation asset trackers monitor the condition of fragile cargoes

Supply chain and logistics systems are duty-bound to safely deliver valuable cargoes to their final destinations, but this is often no mean feat. Freight getting damaged in transit is all too common, with poor handling, incorrect packaging, exposure to adverse environmental conditions, and most frequently impact the main culprits, says Alf Helge Omre, business development

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Adding spark to your park: How electric vehicles can give back to the grid

Auto manufacturers are constantly working to improve the electric vehicle (EV) production line. In fact, says Peter O’ Driscoll, managing director, RingGo, new lithium-ion batteries from StoreDot, who provider in fast charging technology, could hail recharging times that make fuelling your EV as easy as topping up petrol at the pump.

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Quectel announces 2nd gen of 5G NR modules compliant with 3GPP R16 standard

(Sponsored News) – SHANGHAI, February 10, 2021 – Quectel Wireless Solutions, the leading global supplier of Internet of Things (IoT) modules, has announced the release of second generation 5G new radio (NR) modules that comply with the 3GPP Release 16 standards.

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