Digital integration is rapidly interconnecting machines, industrial plant and products of every kind to create the Internet of Things (IoT). For companies, the IoT is an opportunity to realise new business models, optimise internal processes and achieve major cost savings.
CyanConnode, a provider of narrowband radio mesh networks, has received a purchase order for 100,000 Panmesh software licences from HM Power Metering AB in Sweden.The licences are for smart grid and Internet of Things (IoT) implementations.
According to research carried out by 451 Research, 71% of global businesses are now gathering Internet of Things (IoT) data and 90% expect to increase spending over the next 12 months.
Trusted Objects, a specialist in security for the Internet of Things (IoT), has released its Secure Element (SE) designed for connected solutions on the Sigfox network.
IFS, a global enterprise applications company, is now supporting UK-based National Grid’s new smart meter business, National Grid Smart. It is doing so with the deployment of IFS Applications™ 9 across the company’s core business operations.
Once the preserve of science fiction, commercially available autonomous vehicles (AVs) will soon be a reality. AVs are currently being tested on UK roads by major vehicle manufacturers including Nissan, Volvo and Ford, and 2019 is being cited as a realistic year for launch in some limited geographies.
M2M/IoT market research provider, Berg Insight has released new findings about the mobile healthcare (mHealth) market. The number of remotely monitored patients grew by 44% to 7.1 million in 2016 as the market entered a growth phase fuelled by rising market acceptance in several key verticals.
Devicescape has launched a proximity marketing solution capable of serving engagement messages directly to consumers’ smartphones, at any location with Wi-Fi.
The speed at which mobile devices, mobile apps, and IoT are entering the market is rapid, and with that it is no surprise we are seeing the school classroom (Education) as an early adopter of this tech.
OK, so that’s what the Internet of things (IoT) is NOT about. Here Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of IoT Now, asks Pilgrim Beart what is really being achieved with IoT. He should know. Not only is Pilgrim DevicePilot’s CEO he is described as the man behind the smart home technology Hive which was sold to British Gas in 2015 for $100 million.
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