Ever since the Jetsons conjured up a smart home utopia 60 years ago there has been hype around devices that can make our home lives easier. Today that hype is beginning to turn into consumer support with research recently commissioned by Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) showing that almost half (46%) of consumers believe smart home devices will become mainstream within five years. [...]
Globalstar Europe Satellite Services Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Globalstar Inc. and provider of satellite messaging and emergency notification technologies, has announced that the Lebanese Red Cross, the provider of emergency medical services in Lebanon, is deploying 125 handheld SPOT Gen3 safety devices to enhance the safety of its workers.
Alpha Micro has announced that the GainSpan line-up of Wi-Fi wireless modules are now being shipped with a concurrent mode feature.
Ericsson and Orange have announced a trial of optimised, low-cost, low-complexity devices and enhanced network capabilities for Cellular IoT over GSM and LTE.
Machina Research has published a strategy report discussing the market for Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks. These networks will play a decisive role in the enablement of IoT applications, but as a technology market they are characterized by complex and possibly persistent fragmentation.
The ‘Internet of Things’ turns all hardware and appliance OEM vendors into software providers. Licensing and entitlement management technology serves as the key mechanism that enables these manufacturers to protect and monetise the embedded intellectual property running as software on these connected devices or the external software applications associated with them.
Following a competitive application Cambridge Wireless (CW) has been chosen as one of four successful organisations that will deliver IoTUK Boost, a series of local IoT innovation challenges and rapid incubation activities taking place over the next five months.
Featuring over 100 speakers from the entire M2M and IoT Ecosystem and a series of individual specialist events covering security, the connected home, connected transportation, analytics and wearables.
We are starting to move beyond the initial emergence phase of the Internet of Things. Until now discussion on IoT has monumentally focused on the technology enablers: access technologies, software platforms, standards, protocols and so forth. Less focus has been given to the what we do with these tools.
EU member states’ failure to adopt a harmonised licensing approach for hybrid satellite/ground communication systems is hampering the spread of advanced mobile satellite services (MSS) across the European Union, according to a new white paper from the research and consulting firm Analysys Mason.
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