3 safety measures for motors

Motors are the largest consumer of electrical energy in heavy industry, devouring more than 90% of available power supply. They are the foundation of all industrial processes and directly impact electrical distribution and equipment which is why their design and optimisation is critical to everyone involved in the industrial sector, from end-users and design engineers

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Is your IoT bandwidth about to snap?

With more devices connecting to the internet than ever before, the demands on bandwidth increase in parallel. For any organisation deploying IoT devices in the field, consideration needs to be given to the amount and frequency of data that will be transmitted from the device to the cloud for both cost and latency reasons. Organisations

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Transport360 – Q2/2019 issue. Transport businesses already rising to major 21st Century challenges

To date, the development of the car has been shaped by the meeting of human and Industry 3.0 machine. That’s all changing, however, as the next generation of automotive transport involves the interface of artificial intelligence, machine learning, cellular vehicle-to-vehicle (C-V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (C-V2X) communications, and predictive analytics, to name just a few technologies –

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Remote SIM Provisioning unlocks new use cases

Learn about Remote SIM Provisioning and how this technology will provide greater flexibility and better network control to businesses deploying cellular connected devices in the IoT. Devices which are stationary or on the move can take advantage of the best cellular tariff without having to manually change SIMs, significantly reducing overheads. International connectivity at local

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Securing cellular enterprise IoT solutions

THE THREATS ARE GROWING In the first steps on the road to digital transformation of the enterprise, a billion cellular IoT devices have already been connected worldwide. Yet this transformation is just getting going – billions more will follow and growth rates will remain high. This rapid growth of connected devices is not all plain

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The IoT Now Guide to Future IoT Connectivity 2019

EDITOR’S COMMENT As Rami Avidan points out on page S5, much of the initial though behind IoT was that there would be one bearer or network technology for IoT traffic. It’s likely that many expected this to be a 3GPP standard, most likely 3G. However, as IoT – and network technologies – have matured, it

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Analyst report: How to become a digital leader in IoT

Device manufacturers who have not yet moved their products towards being connected are facing an increasingly challenging future. Not only are they losing out on the high value software and data-driven service opportunities that connectivity creates, but they are also positioning themselves to lose market share to their competitors who have made this move and

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Uncovering the real value of location data

A recent Location Intelligence Market study, conducted in January 2019, highlights the importance of real-time location data for different types of enterprises. Among other findings, it shows that 70% of telecommunications companies consider location intelligence to be critical to their success. Of all the enterprises in the study an average of 66% ranked location intelligence

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Analyst Report: What does intelligent connectivity mean for your IoT deployment?

Developments in 5G, artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT technologies are leading towards what is being hyped as the era of intelligent connectivity. While this fusion of technologies has the potential to change the way we live and work, there are still uncertainties and challenges that need to be addressed before the benefits can be realised.

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INDUSTRIAL IOT – How industrial connectivity is driving Industry 4.0 use cases

New industrial connectivity architectures are driving three key Industry 4.0 use cases. While conducting research for the recently released Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing Market Report, IoT Analytics identified new industrial connectivity architectures driving key Industry 4.0 use cases. In this article Matthew Wopata, a senior analyst at IoT Analytics, sheds some light on this

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IoT spaceship, the 5G

There is little doubt that 5G will have profound impact on the course of human civilization. Mobile subscribers would benefit from 5G in different ways which can be summarized as better user experiences. However, the greater impact is on Machines, to make the world highly connected and ultra-smart. The foundation for such transformation will be

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IoT Now Guide to IoT Acceleration

In this issue: INTERVIEW: Jeff Travers tells George Malim about the capabilities of Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator as hyperscale connectivity and ecosystem integration become priorities BEYOND CONNECTIVITY: Analysys Mason’s Tom Rebbeck explores operators’ IoT opportunities beyond connectivity provision but warns the challenges should not be underestimated CASE STUDY: How Grundfos used industrial IoT to transform from selling

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Monetising IoT data in the asset monitoring business

A new report by tech research, consulting and think tank company IDATE DigiWorld looks at the opportunities to open to companies looking to monetise IoT data generated by asset monitoring. This report focuses on: – the concepts and use cases for providing new services through the use of collected data – the applications and benefits

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The utilities sector is undergoing a seismic shift

(Sponsored News) IoT specialists, Arm, have put together the ultimate collection of reports, whitepapers and case studies to take your utilities business to the next level.

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Building a carrier class Low Power Aide Area Network for Internet of Things

The IoT (Internet of Things) is destined to be everywhere and include even the smallest things. So long as they have useful data, they can be connected so that data is shared and used to create new value. That includes meters of all sorts, white goods, sensors in public parking spaces, in street lights, in

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Addressing the challenges for providers of fleet management solutions

The market for fleet management solutions has a strong positive outlook, despite being a relatively mature sector. More vehicles are being connected and revenue for services continues to grow. However, for service providers, there are a number of challenges that need to be addressed. This report, aimed at providers of fleet management solutions, explores both

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