The end of February brings the annual technology pilgrimage to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress, where telecommunications, media and content providers come together to highlight the latest and greatest technology and services.
Despite its name, Mobile World Congress is about so much more than mobile handsets. Now in its 31st year, MWC retains its title as the biggest event in the telecoms calendar, yet it has undergone an astounding transformation from mobile tradeshow to technology behemoth.
When the tech and mobile industries gather at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, we can expect the Internet of Things (IoT) to take centre-stage. From how it can be used to define competitive advantage to creating new opportunities for commerce, how to harness IoT will be front of mind.
The insurance space is traditionally a slow-moving industry, but for once it appears to be changing up a gear to be part of the automotive industry of the future. It is impressive how quickly IoT has become part of our everyday lives, when only a couple of years ago it was considered a tech ‘buzzword’.
Intel, RIFT.io, Vasona Networks and Xaptum have announced that ETSI Industry Specification Group for Mobile Edge Computing (ISG MEC) has approved its joint multi-access edge computing (MEC) industrial Internet of Things (IoT) proof of concept (PoC).
TrackNet, Inc., a LoRaWAN™ Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider for consumer and industry, will take the wraps off its Tabs™ solution at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, next week (February 27-March 1).
With all the conversations happening around the Internet of Things (IoT), you may be curious to find out how it is currently being implemented by the global business community.
MobileIron, which specialises in security for the digital enterprise, has formed an Internet of Things (IoT) division which will focus on building a comprehensive platform to secure IoT deployments from sensor applications to gateways to the resources they connect to.
At this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona (Feb 27- March 2) the Cologne-Berlin start-up ubirch will present a new technology for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Panasonic Business’s 120m2 booth at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona (Hall 6 Booth H31) will feature technology for retail, car rental, communications, security, logistics and ground handling. It aims to bring together the automotive, business technology, industrial and eco solutions divisions within Panasonic.
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