What’s so special about today’s industrial IoT sensors for monitoring your air, water, or anything else?

You and your family’s air quality / pollution is becoming a bigger challenge every day. Millions of people die every year from issues caused by air quality and pollution. And clean water becomes more of a global issue with each passing day.

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Secure IoT through strong cryptography and blockchain integration to be shown at MWC 2017

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).

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In-car Cleverness and Aeris expand global connectivity service for IoT automotive telematics

In-car Cleverness (IcC) is collaborating with Aeris to deliver “even more consistent” IoT automotive cellular data and charge-free roaming across Europe – and the rest of the world – to its customers. These include automotive dealers, car rental operators and auto leasing and insurance companies.

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Industry’s smallest GNSS module underpins South Korea’s smallest battery-powered 3G tracking device

u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, reports that two of its products have been used by Cobilsys to create South Korea’s smallest battery-powered asset tracking device.

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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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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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What extra services are IoT customers asking operators for?

As mentioned in Part One of this interview on Monday, Orange is finding a good new revenue stream in analysing mobile data for, among others, France’s tourism industry.

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LTE to dominate M2M market after 2021, says Ovum

Ovum’s latest forecasts show that cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) connections (not including NB-IoT) will reach 733 million globally by 2021.

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Huawei unveils its cloud strategy of enabling an ‘Intelligent World’ with ecosystem partners

More than 20,000 ICT industry leaders and experts from over 120 countries and regions gathered in Shanghai for the first HUAWEI CONNECT, Huawei’s largest-ever integrated conference for the global ICT ecosystem.

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Communicating data in the IoT – part 2

In part 1 of this article we looked at how new ultralow-power RF transceiver technologies are bringing class-leading range performance and high resilience to interference sources.

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Designing what matters for the Internet of Things

As the IoT unfolds it’s critical, says Tony Milbourn of u-blox, not to lose track of what really matters and to provide the technologies, modules and security to keep them robust and reliable.

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Next-gen car connectivity brings cooperation by HARMAN International and AT&T

HARMAN International Industries Inc., a connected technologies company for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets, is to work with mobile network operator AT&T to support the growing connected car ecosystem.

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World’s first cellular NB-IoT module combines, affordable, global connectivity with over 10 years’ battery life

u-blox has announced forthcoming availability of its SARA-N2 Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) module, the world’s first cellular radio module compliant to the 3GPP Release 13, Narrowband IoT (LTE Cat. NB1) standard.

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Using Cassandra to manage IoT at scale

In the last few years, we have seen amazing growth, along with the entire Internet of Things (IoT) space. Many wild predictions are being made about billions of devices being connected to the IoT, says Drew Johnson of Aeris, and while that may or may not be true, we understand the high demand for connectivity,

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MWR InfoSecurity issues practical advice on building a secure LoRa solution

Speaking at The Symposium on Security for Asia Network (SyScan) in Singapore, Rob Miller, senior security consultant at MWR InfoSecurity, has detailed how to build LoRa systems that are provably secure against cyber-attack.

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Telemedicine devices can deliver similar outcomes to in-person visits, say healthcare providers

The majority of healthcare professionals now feel telemedicine is a high priority for their organisations and can deliver similar outcomes to in-person care, according to a new survey by Aeris.

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