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November 6, 2018

IoT module caters to sustained European demand for GSM / GPRS compact form factors

Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), has launched the GE310-GNSS. It is claimed to be the first IoT module with GSM/GPRS, multi-constellation satellite positioning and Bluetooth functionality, all in a 270mm2 form factor.

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October 2, 2017

We need an effective packet core in IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is being hailed as the next big thing in the tech world. The way in which we live our day-to-day lives will change forever when all of our products and devices become ‘connected’ – that’s if we’re led to believe everything we see and hear.

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September 12, 2017

Sherlock connects GPS-based anti-theft device for bicycles to global IoT network from Orange

Sherlock, an Internet of Things (IoT), bicycle security startup based in Turin, Italy, has signed a deal with Orange Business Services to support its global business with IoT connectivity and a management portal over the next three years.

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September 8, 2017

Sherlock collaborates with Orange Business Services to support its global business with IoT connectivity

Sherlock, an Internet of Things (IoT), bicycle security startup based in Turin, Italy, has signed a deal with Orange Business Services to support its global business with IoT connectivity and a management portal over the next three years.

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September 1, 2017

Case Study: Athens International Airport uses EXM and Libelium’s IoT platform to enhance environmental monitoring

Athens International Airport (AIA), in Greece, has increased the number of passengers by more than 10% in the last year. Approximately 20 million passengers went through its gates in 2016 setting a new traffic record for Athens.

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March 31, 2017

Optimising 5G networks to usher in the future

In my last blog post, I discussed the emergence of 5G in the UK and the network architecture required to support it. Following on from this, says Raffaele D’Albenzio, solutions architect, F5 Networks, I’d like to examine some of the ways that 5G will support the use-cases that will impact businesses and consumers in the coming years.

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December 12, 2016

Improving banana crop production and agricultural sustainability in Colombia using sensor networks

Smart farming has become a major trend in the agriculture sector. According to the UN’s Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO), by 2050 food production may increase by 70% to feed 9.6 billion people.

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November 25, 2016

Hybrid communications: the best of both worlds for mobile IoT

Organisations have woken up to what’s possible when you can communicate with your mobile assets using satellite communications.

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November 24, 2016

Bytesnap predicts big things in 2017 for home automation, LTE-M, and Industry 4.0

Yes, it’s already that time of year when every analyst turns into Mystic Meg and tries to predict the year ahead. How many of them in 2015 foresaw Brexit or President Trump? Answer me that, says Jeremy Cowan. Well, here’s the firstof 2016/17, courtesy of the team at embedded systems consultancy, ByteSnap Design.

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September 28, 2016

Dumb thermometer shows why there’s a chill in the smart home market

There are significant challenges facing the smart home market, and perhaps the most visible is being caused and perpetuated by market fragmentation, says Thomas Rockmann, VP of Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom AG.

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