Unlike other smart watches the WorldSIM Neuvo Smart Watch enables users to use their SIM card inside, meaning the wearer can leave their phone at home. This affordable design is packed with unique features and could even replace a smart phone – particularly useful while exercising, travelling or being out for the evening.
Essence, a provider of IoT, cloud-based connected-living solutions, recently surveyed consumers in the United States and Europe to gain insight into their priorities for IoT-based smart home management solutions.
Despite being a key building block of any wider machine-to-machine solution, there are important differences between M2M connectivity services and traditional mobile services that need careful consideration as these, by definition, can’t provide human feedback. On top of this, many M2M users need global connectivity, which in turn involves international roaming partners.
Technological leaps are meat and drink to these columns. But today Jim McNiel doesn’t seem to want to talk about that, so much as how to use the leaps. As global chief marketing officer of newly enlarged NetScout he’s well placed to discuss both.
To support digital transformation in the shipping industry, Orange Business Services has developed Maritime Connect. The fully-industrialised product delivers the key communications functionality and connectivity required at sea.
EE has launched EE connect, the UK’s first 4G-capable dedicated Machine to Machine (M2M) service. EE Connect provides the foundation for businesses and public sector organisations to develop the connected products and services of the future on the UK’s best 4G, 3G and 2G network.
M2M Now: What stood out to Airbiquity most about the findings in the automotive research company, SBD’s recent report on car makers and their ecosystems?
oneM2M partners European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and Telecommunications Technology Association of Korea (TTA)co-hosted the event at the ETSI headquarters, in Sophia-Antipolis, France from 14 to 16 September 2015, with support from the European Commission.
Open source hardware initiatives have emerged to fulfil educational needs. Arduino is maybe the most well-known example. It has been very successful so far, but its reach has been mainly limited to DIYers, teachers and students, or engineers who want to “play with,” discover or showcase a technology.
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