IoT Tech Expo Europe – Europe’s largest Internet of Things (IoT) Conference and Exhibition will be bringing together key industries from across Europe including; manufacturing, transport, health, logistics, Government, energy and automotive for two days of top level content and discussion, introducing and exploring the latest innovations in the Internet of Things arena, February 10-11 2016.
When public speaking, start with a bang they say. It’s advice that clearly wasn’t lost on Ben Salama, managing director and Global Connected Operations lead at Accenture Mobility, writes Jeremy Cowan.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is an exciting new phase of the IoT era and it’s already rapidly growing and evolving.Whether it’s on the factory floor, in the warehouse, at the register or beyond,
Nettalliansen, an alliance consisting of 26 Norwegian energy distribution companies, entered in July into contract for the delivery of a new automated electricity metering solution. The contract was signed between Nettalliansen and Embriq as the prime contractor. The selected solution is based on Aidon technology.
You may have seen the article and video in Wired about hackers gaining remote access to an SUV’s Controller Area Network (CAN) through the Bluetooth interface of the Uconnect entertainment system. Here Alexandra Willard, director of Global Technology Practice at PTOLEMUS Consulting Group responds:
Düsseldorf, Germany. Day 1 Review — A striking difference between last year’s event and Day One of the M2M Summit 2015 (September 8-9, 2015), organised by the M2M Alliance, was the way connectivity had slipped down the agenda. It’s no longer the challenge.
Housing over 170 researchers and attracting over £70 million of investment, including £12 million from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), the new 5GIC is the world’s largest academic research centre dedicated to next generation mobile and wireless connectivity.
A new online resource dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT) has been launched to provide transparency and promote business development for the IoT market. The IoT Global Network is described as “The definitive global M2M company, product and services showcase”, listing more than 600 specialist companies worldwide, and over 500 M2M communication enabler products.
John Horn, formerly CEO of RacoWireless until its acquisition by KORE in November 2014, talks to M2M Now’s editorial director, Jeremy Cowan about the changes he is making in his new role as chief executive of Ingenu, formerly On-Ramp Wireless.
Platform-independent smart home provider, GreenPocket, has launched new features for its smart home software. These include individual light management based on the OSRAM Lightify, a twilight function as well as the watt-based control of devices.
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