The digital twin concept and the urban modelling paradigm, more generally, are transforming how cities are designed, monitored, and managed.
Nordic Semiconductor claims that, in conjunction with iBasis, a provider of communications solutions for operators and digital players worldwide, it has completely invalidated any question marks over cellular IoT and eSIM technology used in NB-IoT and LTE-M Low Power Wide-Area (LPWA) use cases. This follows reports of successful field-testing across 30 countries using a single eSIM from [...]
Beyond Next Ventures Inc. and Denso Corporation have established OPExPARK Inc., a carve-out to develop the businesses utilising OPeLiNK. OPExPARK will develop and sell systems that integrate information from surgery equipment, produce educational content for physicians, and offer distribution services.
Recognising individuals who have significantly contributed to the development and standardisation of the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, oneM2M has announced that it has awarded three of its members with Technical Excellence Awards.
Crate.io, developer and supplier of CrateDB IoT-optimised database technology, released CrateDB 4.0. With updates that address several components of the highly scalable open source database, 4.0 is said to make it easier, faster, and more cost-effective for IoT- and IIoT-fueled organisations to put their machine and sensor data to work.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has security shortcomings that would shock the world if they were exposed – and if the mainstream media understood them. That’s the startling conclusion that freelance technology writer, Nick Booth has come to.
Advantech, an embedded computing solutions provider, is expanding its presence in the German market with its new channel partner, HY-LINE Communication Products Vertriebs GmbH. The HY-LINE technology company based in Unterhaching near Munich, develops and realises innovative technical solutions.
“The MNOs have got a real problem when it comes to IoT. One problem is the race to zero on pricing for roaming.” As Jeremy Cowan says, the little bit of Yorkshire blood in me respects the directness of Eseye’s CEO. As they say, Nick Earle calls a spade a spade.
This is your last chance to share your successful Internet of Things (IoT) use cases and business experience with a worldwide audience and secure your place as a market leader in the increasingly competitive IoT sector.
A new study from Juniper Research found that service revenues from low power IoT technologies will exceed $2.6 billion (2.3 billion) by 2024; rising from only $290 million (263 million) in 2019, a growth of 800% over the next 5 years. Low power IoT technologies include low-priced wireless connections that deliver low bandwidth and power saving features suited to asset monitoring.
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