When we think of the applicable functionality that a hybrid connectivity solution would provide, multiple use cases come to mind. Everything from connected solar panels to smart cities to point of sale monitoring to security benefit from a lower cost, more reliable hybrid connectivity solution.
The disruptive impact of digital technologies and the transformation they bring is being felt across organisations and industries worldwide, leading to the emergence of the “Digital Economy.” Key amongst this is the Internet of Things (IoT).
Flooding can devastate a city faster than almost any other natural disaster, and the financial, physical, and emotional repercussions can leave an area reeling for months. The Pew Charitable Trusts report that damage from flooding cost the United States nearly $2 billion each year from 2006 to 2015, with 36 declared federal flooding and hurricane disasters in 2016.
Tigo, a provider of the smart modular Flex Module-Level Power Electronics (MLPE) platform, and Aeris, a technology provider in the Internet of Things (IoT), announced they are collaborating to help users of solar energy reduce their costs through IoT technologies.
Fire prevention and fire safety equipment are undergoing a revolution thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). Connected to low power wide area (LPWA) or even cellular networks, fire safety IoT stands to enhance prevention, speed up response times, and keep first responders safe when walking into the fire.
The increasing urbanisation of populations is a trend that is set to continue and, while it has enhanced the economic wellbeing of millions of people, it has placed enormous demands on infrastructure and threatened the quality of life of inhabitants.
This white paper identifies the essential components of a successful IoT deployment: connectivity, data platform, and security framework.
To deliver an IoT project, there are many components that need to come together, and it can be challenging to integrate specific devices, software, and services with the essential requirements.
When organisations initiate or [...]
Solving the growth challenge for smart, connected devices
The predictions of there being many millions, if not billions, of devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2020 are soon to be put to the test.
In little more than two years, we’ll know just how accurate the analysts and researchers were but, regardless of how many millions of [...]
In some ways, the Internet of Things is aptly named, especially when it comes to security. There are a lot of things to worry about.
Mohsen Mohseninia is vice president of market development, Europe, at Aeris, the IoT pioneer which is both a technology provider and a cellular network operator delivering comprehensive IoT/M2M services to leading brands around the world. Here, Rickard Andersson, an analyst at research firm Berg Insight, interviews Mohseninia to learn more about the company and its future direction.