Soracom expands global IoT partner programme in Europe and Americas

London, UK. 11 May 2022 – Soracom, Inc., a global provider of advanced IoT connectivity, announced the expansion of its Soracom Partner Space programme to new members throughout the Americas and Europe. The program now reaches more than 800 members throughout the world, including more than 100 certified partners representing hardware, software, solutions and integration

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What can ASICs do for the smart cities of the future?

According to the United Nations, we can expect 68% of the global population to live in urban areas by 2050. To cope with this increase, cities are focusing on the use of technology to improve equity for residents, facilitate more sustainable living and encourage better use of resources. Here Richard Mount, director of sales at

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Semtech and CITiLIGHT transform smart city street lighting with LoRaWAN

Camarillo, Calif. 5 May 2022 – Semtech Corporation, a global supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms, announced its collaboration with CITiLIGHT, provider of smart lighting solutions for smart cities, for its VELOCITi LMS lighting management system.

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Wejo boosts smart mobility with launch of real-time traffic intelligence solution

Manchester, United Kingdom. 5 April 2022 – Wejo Group Limited, a global specialist in Smart Mobility cloud and software solutions for connected, electric and autonomous vehicle data, announced the launch of Wejo RTTI, a Real-Time Traffic Intelligence solution that can provide critical insights via an up-to-the-minute and holistic view of traffic conditions and safety incidents

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Digital twins: building sustainability and resilience in water-smart cities

Sound water resource management will be essential in the cities of the future. In water-smart cities, digital twins will be instrumental in encouraging more responsible water use thanks to the active role of citizens and the extraction of value from infrastructure information, says Pilar Conejos, digital twin manager, Idrica.

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Vodafone launches new ‘Economy of Things’ platform enabling IoT devices to trade with each other

Newbury, UK & MWC Barcelona. 28th February 2022 – Vodafone has today launched a new global platform that it says takes the world of connected devices to the “next level” by allowing them to securely trade with each other on a user’s behalf.

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Cellular IoT market value to exceed $61bn globally by 2026

Hampshire, UK 15 February 2022: A new study from Juniper Research has found that the global value of the cellular IoT market will reach $61 billion (€53.92 billion) by 2026; rising from $31 billion (€27.40 billion) in 2022. It identified the growth of 5G and cellular LPWA (Low-power Wide Area) technologies as key to this 95% increase over

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Mavenir introduces intelligent IoT platform for smarter analytics

Richardson, Texas, USA. 11th February 2022 – Mavenir, the Network Software Provider building the future of networks with cloud-native software that runs on any cloud and transforms the way the world connects, announces the commercial availability of its Intelligent IoT Platform (IIoTP). The solution applies artificial intelligence (AI) to data streams from IoT sensors, enabling enterprises and

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Surrey’s new flexible and stretchy supercapacitors could boost “battery” life for IoT

Smartwatches, fitness trackers and other Internet of Things devices could get a significant boost to their “battery” life thanks to new, environmentally friendly energy research from the University of Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) and the Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel), Brazil.

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Uruguay to deploy LoRaWAN’s smart street lighting projects powered by Actility

Paris, France – National Narrowband Network Company (NNNCo), operator of the Australian national LoRaWAN network powered by Actility, has signed a contract with a European technology provider Wellness TechGroup, to provide IoT network coverage to 70,000 smart streetlights in Uruguay’s capital Montevideo.

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Self-driving service started in freezing cold Finnish winter

Finland. 25 January 2022 – A 2.5-month self-driving last-mile service trial for the tramline is up and running in Finland. The weather conditions have been really snowy, cold, and challenging, but the vehicles have performed well. A group of test passengers was satisfied with the ride experience.

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Qualcomm with SB Technology and Cybertrust Japan to proliferate smart cities and 5G IoT solutions

18 Jan, 2022 – Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd., SB Technology Corp., and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., announced they intend to collaborate to support the deployment of smart solutions through the Qualcomm IoT Services Suite offering to help businesses and entities looking to adopt and integrate smart solutions initially in Japan, with intent to expand globally in

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Kerlink & CITiLIGHT collaborate to offer LoRaWAN smart street-lighting systems globally

Thorigne-Fouillard, France and Guragram, India. 20 Jan 2022 – On the heels of launching its newest Lora WAN gateway called iStation, Kerlink, a provider of solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), partnered with CITiLIGHT, the smart-lighting solution provider in India, to collaborate and deploy large smart street-lighting projects in India and internationally.

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A busy time in the world of telco IoT

It’s been a busy period for IoT (Internet of Things) market developments that affect the evolving 5G space for telcos. Global freelance business technology journalist, Antony Savvas looks at how IoT movers and shakers could help to further evolve mobile data processing and security.

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City of Las Vegas unveils advanced digital twin at CES

Cityzenith’s project to help Las Vegas, Nevada building owners transition to net-zero carbon emissions has completed its first stage.

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The future of connected vehicle data and its impact across industries

It’s predicted that by 2030, 95% of vehicles will be connected to the internet. Most directly, this means an increase in capabilities for vehicles, including a multitude of sensors such as radar, ultrasonic sensors (an instrument that measures the distance to an object using ultrasonic sound waves) and beyond. Some of the most exciting possibilities

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