During a recent webinar, “Enterprise IoT: How to beat the competition,” Jim Morrish and I outlined the steps in an Enterprise IoT journey. There are two reasons why this will be a busy journey or road for any enterprise. One, you are not alone.
Sierra Wireless (NASDAQ: SWIR) (TSX: SW) announced that Arval, a leader in full service vehicle leasing, fleet management, and usage-based insurance owned by BNP Paribas, has selected Sierra Wireless device-to-cloud technology to build its new global telematics solution.
One of technology’s hottest buzzwords – “cloud” – is quickly becoming attached to multiple industries, and automotive is no exception with connected cars being the latest connected “device” in our increasingly digital world.
Hortau, a provider in precision irrigation management systems, announced its partnership with mnubo, the Internet of Things (IoT) Data Analytics company, to advance its solution offering of delivering higher crop yields with real-time analysis of optimal moisture and soil tension conditions.
It’s official – we don’t need 5G, or at least not anytime soon and not as narrowly defined. That’s according to delegates at the recent CW Future of Wireless International Conference in London who took part in the closing Cambridge Debate focused on the question, ‘Do we need 5G?’
Over the past 15 years the team at M2M Connectivity & M2M One have coached, consulted, celebrated and at times commiserated with thousands of hopeful developers trying to make their mark on the Machine to Machine/Internet of Things landscape.
Gemalto, a leading provider of digital security, has released the findings of its 2015 IoT Outlook Report, looking at the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on the telecoms industry.
oneM2M, the global standards initiative for machine-to-machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), will hold its first interoperability testing event from 14 – 16 September, 2015 in France.
Google announced Android Pay yesterday at its I/O conference. The internet giant outlined a set of APIs that will allow developers to add an Android Pay button to their app and banks to enable payments in their existing applications, facilitating in-app and in-store payments on Android devices with KitKat 4.4 and above. This is a big deal. With 70% of Android handsets incorporating NFC and [...]
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