Cyan the integrated system and software design company delivering mesh based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, announced receipt of an initial purchase order from telecommunications contractor Micromodje for a 2,000 unit smart metering implementation, which will be fitted into street traffic cameras in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Cyan announced a follow-on order for a further 5,000 meters from Larsen & Toubro to expand the deployment of Cyan’s smart metering solution at Tata Power Mumbai (Tata Power).
LPRS (Low Power Radio Solutions), worldwide radio specialists supplying high reliability wireless solutions, has been appointed by Link Labs to sell its market leading LoRaTM range of wireless modules and gateways.
Sunnyvale, California-based Ayla Networks, whose Internet of Things platform provides connectivity for all kinds of product, has launched its platform for manufacturers in Europe and announced its first European customer, Innr for its smart home lighting system.
Logic PD, a product innovation and realisation company specialising in developing connected electronic devices, has invested in and formed a strategic partnership with WellClub, a web- and mobile-based behavioural coaching company.
The Feldschlösschen Beverages Group recently introduced an end-to-end M2M solution from the Swisscom M2M Centre of Competence that enables its Swiss customers to maintain their beer tanks more efficiently and to submit exact and timely orders for new deliveries. The tanks themselves instantly trigger new orders when levels get low.
KORE M2M Systems Group, specialists in M2M-optimised OSS/BSS application software, has deployed a machine-to-machine service management platform for Singapore’s StarHub. Mobile operator StarHub provides M2M services to enterprises, service providers and developers.
Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. April 18, 2013 — RACO Wireless, a provider of wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, announced today that it has entered into a carrier agreement with Rogers Communications, Canada’s largest wireless communication services provider.
British Army forces in Afghanistan are now using 10-centimetre-long, video-linked spy helicopters to survey Taliban firing spots. The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) plans to buy 160 of the drones in a contract worth more than €23 million.
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