In his regular new column on developments in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, Antony Savvas explores some evolving industry viewpoints on deployment and security.
The Industrial Internet of Thing (IIoT) promises to allow organisations to deploy ever-increasing volumes of machine and sensor data to optimise myriad production processes, enhance security, and improve the worker experience (whether that employee is on the factory floor or in the office).
Protecting and improving the nation’s vital infrastructure – such as energy, transport and digital communications – is about to become easier, as the first successful results of a world-leading computing project are being showcased.
With its extensive experience in the digitalisation of the water industry, GoAigua has always focused its efforts on innovation and research to boost efficiency in organisations in the sector, accompanying them in their process of digital transformation and developing new solutions to improve communication between people and processes.
At the LoRa Alliance’s annual members meeting in Berlin, Syniverse announced it is working with LoRa Alliance members to launch the industry’s first LoRaWAN neutral roaming platform, which will interconnect currently deployed LoRaWAN networks.
Kerlink, a specialist in solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), and Sensoterra, a provider of wireless soil-moisture-sensor solutions, announced a partnership to empower farmers to make data-driven, land-management decisions and reduce their water consumption by up to 30%.
According to a new research report from IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, global shipments of NB-IoT devices reached 53 million units in 2018. Annual shipments are expected to almost triple in 2019 reaching 142 million units.
A recent European survey commissioned by Clarion with YouGov has provided an insight into the public’s attitudes towards current and future car technologies.
Transporting its industrial-grade memory and storage innovations to Boston next week, Innodisk will be demonstrating hardware components’ unique perspective and solutions in tackling emerging AI and IoT challenges at LiveWorx’19.
These days, technology is disrupting valleys well beyond Silicon Valley, says Roberto Marzo, head of strategy and business development at MessageBird. From vineyard management software that tracks harvests and monitors soil conditions, to databases that produce higher crop yields, to robotic arms that safely and gently handle delicate fruits and vegetables at processing facilities, the [...]
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