Software AG selects MachNation performance testing solution as it focuses on resilient IoT

Enterprise software and digital services provider Software AG has selected new IoT performance testing software to conduct IoT performance testing and tuning of Cumulocity IoT.

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Actility to power LoRaWAN network roll-out for smart grids with Powerco

Actility is set to deploy a large-scale LoRaWAN network in order to improve the monitoring of New Zealand’s electricity distribution network.

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Vodafone and Google Cloud to develop global data platform

Vodafone and Google Cloud announced a new, six-year strategic partnership to drive the use of reliable and secure data analytics, insights, and learnings to support the introduction of new digital products and services for Vodafone customers simultaneously worldwide.

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The manufacturing data platform

Manufacturers understand the importance of leveraging technologies to stay ahead in the market. Whether referred to as Industry 4.0 (I4.0), smart manufacturing, or the 4th industrial revolution, data is the biggest asset, says Francisco Almada Lobo, chief executive officer and co-founder at Critical Manufacturing.

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Advantech gains early access to next release of Windows 10 Enterprise

Advantech, an Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider and Microsoft EEAP (Ecosystem Engineering Access Program) partner, have received early access to next test release of Windows 10 Enterprise.

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Monitored alarm systems in Europe and North America reached 46 million at the end of 2018

Berg Insight, the M2M/IoT market research provider, released new findings about the market for connected security applications. The number of monitored alarm systems in Europe is forecasted to grow from 15.6 million in 2018 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.6% to reach 18.6 million in 2023.

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Moscow presents smart city solutions catalogue in English

ICT.Moscow, jointly with the Moscow Government, is launching the “Smart City Moscow” catalogue for the international community.

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IoT integration takes centre stage in the smart homes market

As the use of the Internet of Things (IoT) picks up pace, the adoption of smart home devices is steadily increasing. By 2023, the average UK smart home will have 50 connected devices, according to Marc Allera, the CEO of BT‘s consumer division.

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SmartScore global certification launched for 70 smart buildings

The company behind the internationally-recognised digital connectivity rating scheme for real estate, WiredScore, has launch a new certification for smart buildings. It aims to provide clarity, definition and measurement for the growing smart building industry.

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IoT tech to save more than 8x its consumed energy by 2030

New research from UK-based analysts, Transforma Insights, along with 6GWorld and InterDigital, outlines how IoT will positively impact air, water and energy resource consumption.

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Telcos gear up to secure new wave of 5G networks

A new Heavy Reading survey reveals 5G operators’ priorities as they move to mitigate new threats.Telcos will implement a wide array of measures in 2021 to secure the next wave of 5G connectivity, according to a global survey of service provider employees by Heavy Reading.

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HomeGrid Forum advances G.hn for industrial applications

HomeGrid Forum is accelerating the development of G.hn for use in industrial settings, which will prove critical for the future success of businesses worldwide. Facilitating fast communication, G.hn is said by the Forum to be bridging the gap between legacy systems and newer technology to transform operations with reliable, fast connectivity.

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Johnson Controls and Pelion partner on AI and IoT for ‘smart, healthy, and sustainable’ buildings

Pelion, the connected IoT device service provider, and subsidiary of Arm, is partnering with Johnson Controls, a provider in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings.

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How to make sense of big data: RTUs and process control applications

Deploying remote telemetry units (RTUs) on industrial assets is an important element of capturing, interpreting and using big data from an industrial process.

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Buildings can be key to a sustainable future – but first, business models need to change

The World Economic Forum was right to say in a post this month that buildings could be the key to building a sustainable society post-pandemic.

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Adding value with the right telemetry partner

Running a successful business in the 21st century means integrating technology within all aspects of operations. One of the most valuable benefits is that data can be analysed and interpreted to improve operational efficiency and the most effective was of accessing this resource is with a Remote Telemetry Unit (RTU).

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