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Industry-to-industry collaboration advances connected vehicle cybersecurity, according to ATIS report
Connected vehicle cybersecurity has, say its authors, taken a step forward with publication of the ATIS report, Improving Vehicle Cybersecurity: ICT Industry Experience & Perspectives. (more…)
Elemental Machines is using AT&T* Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to make critical lab equipment even smarter. The Elemental Machines Sensory Network™ gives science-based industries data-driven insights to help customers improve lab operations, research, development and manufacturing. (more…)
Technology companies from around the world gathered to advance adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) through increased industry co-operation, as the global IoT standards initiative oneM2M held its second successful Industry Day on Wednesday, July 13 in Memphis, TN. (more…)
Holiday in Barbados, bags in Bhutan? Find your luggage on holiday with a new wireless tracking device
Global travel lifestyle brand, TUMI, and network operator AT&T, announced the launch of the TUMI Global Locator. This wireless tracking device is designed to provide travellers with information on the whereabouts of their luggage and travel bags. (more…)
Around about the year 2020, 5G networks will start to supercharge the world of data services and the IoT. It sounds like IoT nirvana – data rates 100x compared to 4G, and latency reduced from 50 to just one millisecond. (more…)
GE Aviation and AT&T Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are connecting the onboard and offboard portions of the Aircraft Health and Trend Monitoring System (AHTMS) powered PlaneConnectHTM. This is being used on the Gulfstream G500, G600, G650 and G650ER business jets. (more…)
In the City of Holland, Michigan, USA, the board of public works has turned to IoT to manage its Snow Melt system for clearing foot paths of snow and ice around the city more effectively. Here, we explore how AT&T’s Flow was utilised to enable the city to design and develop a wireless sensor network.
Different organisations require different functionality from IoT platforms in order to operate their services effectively. IoT platforms therefore must be able to operate at a variety of levels in order to satisfy market and end user demands, Mobeen Khan, the associate vice president for IoT Solutions at AT&T, tells Robin Duke-Woolley, the founder and chief executive of Beecham Research
AT&T Partner Exchange® is launching a collection of three new Internet of Things (IoT) resources, designed to make it easier for solution providers to navigate the possibilities of IoT with their customers. (more…)
HomeGrid Forum has announced that MaxLinear has joined AT&T, BT, CenturyLink, Marvell and Sigma Designs on the Board of Directors to help support the deployment of G.hn technology. (more…)
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. announced 4G LTE availability of the Gear S3 classic, bringing enhanced LTE connectivity to the elegant and stylish smartwatch so users can call, navigate, pay, and more, all without their phone. (more…)
REVIEW: Events like last week’s Smart IoT London (March 15-16, ExCeL, Docklands) can be a salutary reminder of how far the Internet of Things (IoT) has come in a few short years. But they also show how much work remains to be done, says IoT Now‘s editorial director, Jeremy Cowan. (more…)
Andrew Brown, the executive director of Enterprise and IoT Research at Strategy Analytics, recently spoke with Chris Penrose to discuss what AT&T is doing in IoT and how it is addressing the needs of customers, not just in terms of connectivity, but in bringing complete IoT deployments to fruition (more…)
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