There is a growing market for advanced occupancy sensors, carbon dioxide sensors, thermostats and photo sensors which can gather data about movement, heat, light and use of space to adapt to changing building conditions and make real-time alterations to a building’s environment.
Information & Communications Technologies (ICT) investment across vertical markets will outpace Europe’s average gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the forthcoming years. Compared to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s nominal GDP forecast of 2.2% for the 2014-2016 period, total ICT spending by industries in the region is expected to increase at a much [...]
Information and communication technology (ICT) deployments in manufacturing industries are currently limited to the sporadic use of machine to machine (M2M) communications and cloud solutions.
The fledgling wearable devices market currently caters to a niche customer base. Improvements in devices and newer, interesting use cases will accelerate the transition to mass market proliferation.
The world will soon see 5G emerge as a blend of pre-existing technologies such as 2G, 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi to allow higher network coverage, availability and density. With its key differentiator being greater connectivity, 5G will act as an enabler for autonomous vehicles, machine-to-machine and machine-to-infrastructure services, and the Internet of Things.
However, Frost & Sullivan survey finds limited progress towards commercialisation of public sector information
Although the scope for meter data management (MDM) in Europe is currently limited, the market is expected to take off in the foreseeable future. The main driver for the adoption of MDM solutions is the need for utilities to manage and use the growing volume and variety of data created by widespread smart meter installation.
Bonn, Germany – International management consultancy Frost & Sullivan has announced smart home platform QIVICON as the winner of its European Visionary Innovation Leadership Award, naming QIVICON as the most innovative solution of its kind in 2014.
London, UK – Payments carried out via mobile devices have significantly increased in recent years. During a ‘card not present’ process, a personal account number (PAN), expiration date, and card validation code (CVC) are not enough to secure a transaction. Biometrics that provide high levels of security and an intuitive customer experience might be the solution for secure mobile [...]
What’s coming in 2013 in the world of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and connected devices? M2M Now talks to a few key industry figures — now tell us if they’re talking sense or if it’s just crystal balls.
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