Companies of all shapes and sizes are deploying IoT solutions, according to the latest GSMA Intelligence IoT survey now they need to focus on deploying at scale and maximising the opportunity.
HERE Technologies and Sigfox announced a partnership to develop and deploy a global location servicethat will open new opportunities for Internet of Things (IoT) applications, particularly in supply chain and logistics.
For the fourth year running, location platform HERE, tops Strategy Analytics’ annual mobile location platform benchmark study. According to Strategy Analytics’ Wireless Media Strategies (WMS) report “HERE Extends Leadership in Mobile Location Platforms,” HERE remains well placed for future growth opportunities as consumer and business dependence on mobile location services increases,
Providers of automotive navigation solutions and location-based services are grappling with a marketplace where automakers are integrating brought-in (or bring your own) navigation apps with in-dash systems. So says a new report from industry analysts, Strategy Analytics (SA).
A new study by Juniper Research has found that revenue from smart audio hardware will more than triple over the next four years, rising from an estimated $1.4 billion this year to over $5.5 billion by 2020.
Aria Systems, which helps enterprises grow recurring revenue, announced that Generac Power Systems selected Aria’s cloud-based Monetisation Platform as a key component of its IoT strategy. With Aria, Generac can quickly scale its Mobile Link™ subscription-based remote monitoring services.
Location cloud company, HERE, has mapped London in preparation for autonomous cars, as vehicle manufacturers plan to start trialling driverless vehicles on UK public roads as early as 2017.
Detroit, Michigan, USA and Espoo, Finland – Continental, the international automotive supplier, and HERE, a leader in mapping and location services, have announced that their teams will intensify their collaboration in bringing the connected car to life, focusing on Electronic Horizon, future automated driving functionalities and Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).
Las Vegas, NV, USA — The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has been notable this year for the number of connected vehicle and automotive announcements. These range from an app that enables drivers connected through the Internet of Things (IoT) to locate and meet their children, to the ability to find a parking space and pay for it directly from your car.
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