Samsung SDS, the digital arm of Samsung, and Telensa, a provider of smart street lighting and smart city data, have announced that they are working together on smart city projects.
New research from Celonis finds that, despite significant pressure to embark on transformation initiatives that enable greater productivity, improve customer service and reduce costs, most telecoms businesses remain unclear about what they should focus on.
Kuzzle, the French publisher of an open source back-end platform for mobile communications and the Internet of Things (IoT), has unveiled a new use case on smart asset tracking projects for Omniscient. Omniscient is an offshoot of Bouygues Construction Group, a global construction company.
Ford Motor Company and creators of the Transportation Mobility Cloud (TMC) Autonomic have signed a multi-year, global agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS), to expand the availability of cloud connectivity services and connected car application development services for the transportation industry.
Trimble announced the launch of Trimble PULSE Remote Expert, an Augmented Reality (AR) tool that improves the productivity of field service technicians by connecting them with support experts via video, audio and spatial annotations in real-time.
Rajant Corporation, provider of Kinetic Meshâ wireless networks, has entered into a strategic partnership with Extronics, a UK-based company dedicated to making hazardous areas safer.
Recent reports suggest that major growth in the use of blockchain for IoT means the market is set to be worth more than $3 billion (£2.21 billion) by 2024.
Canonical released Ubuntu 19.04, focused on open infrastructure deployments, the developer desktop, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud to edge software distribution.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance, an organisation supporting the adoption of next generation Wi-Fi services across the Wi-Fi ecosystem, has claimed to announced the world’s first Wi-Fi 6 Industrial Enterprise and IoT trial, as part of its ongoing Wi-Fi 6 program.
In-memory computing platform company, Hazelcast has unveiled Hazelcast Jet, said to be the only streaming engine with no external system dependencies. According to the company, the result is the industry’s fastest stream processing engine that dramatically simplifies implementation from the smallest to largest deployments.
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