Oasis demonstrated the cellular connectivity solution made for mobile network operators (MNOs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) during the recent ARM TechCon show in Santa Clara, California. The solution is said to be based on the enhanced version of HeliOS Embedded SoftSIM product running on an ARM based chip.
As the world’s population grows and urbanisation increases, society will increasingly rely on communications technology to help overcome its many challenges.
In the Internet of Things (IoT) unauthorised access has to be prevented. Together with its Chinese partners, Infineon Technologies AG has founded the “Open Laboratory for Smart Home Interconnection Security” in Beijing.
Research by Norwegian app security firm Promon has demonstrated that, by exploiting a lack of security in the Tesla smartphone app, cybercriminals could take control of the company’s vehicles. They have shown they can locate, unlock and drive the car away unhindered.
Next-generation sensors are poised to influence the smartphone and wearables market.
Cisco Jasper is now working in partnership with Taiwan Mobile, extending the former’s footprint to 30 global mobile operator groups representing more than 120 mobile operator networks worldwide.
u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, has announced its technology is powering a new smart bus solution from Baoruh Electronic in Taiwan which combines LTE-based telematics and Automated Fare Collection (AFC) for intelligent fleet management.
Alpiq, a Swiss electricity and energy services provider with a European footprint has selected DigitalRoute’s IoT Platform. Digital Route, the provider of data management solutions globally, will help Alpiq to drive the digitisation of its business.
The Internet of Things will soon be rolled out across farmers’ fields in an Australian state, according to the Australian website, The Lead. South Australia is set to become the first fully interconnected state in the Southern Hemisphere through a regional Internet of Things (IoT) network.
For communications service providers (CSPs) reeling from losses in their traditional lines of business, the Internet of Things (IoT) provides tantalising opportunities to reverse their fortunes. At first glance, you’d think monetising IoT would be a slam-dunk for the communications industry.
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