Smart metering is being rolled out in many advanced economies but this is one of those times when lessons may best be learned from an emerging economy, in this case India.
In this exclusive interview, Jeremy Cowan talks to John Cronin, executive chairman of CyanConnode, about the lessons of interoperability, security, simplicity and collaboration.
Juergen Hase is the chief executive of Unlimit, the dedicated IoT business unit established by India’s Reliance Group. Hase is a telecoms industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience, ten of which have been in IoT. Here, he tells Rickard Andersson, an analyst at research firm, Berg Insight, about the company’s aims and its capabilities in providing IoT solutions for enterprises.
A new tsunami warning service based in India has been scheduled for launch in the first quarter of 2015. The system’s developers, RegPoint are opening a new Indian office in Hyderabad to support the operation and have hired a director of operations to drive through [...]
Cambridge, UK – Cyan, an integrated system and software design company that delivers mesh-based flexible wireless systems for utility metering and lighting control, has appointed Shiv Kaushik as its Country Manager in India.
Cyan, the integrated system and software design company that delivers mesh based flexible wireless products for utility metering and lighting control, announced that one of its partners is participating in the recently initiated, high profile smart grid project in Puducherry, India.
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) connectivity will drive significant growth, cost reductions and efficiencies across the automotive, building and energy industries.
While Vodafone Group’s adjusted operating profit for the year ended 31 March 2012 fell by 2.4% year-on-year to £11.5 billion (US$18.2 billion), due to the sale of its interest in SFR, the company has seen major growth in M2M connections, notably in the automotive and utilities markets.
Hong Kong, February 17, 2012 — Telit Wireless Solutions (AIM: TCM) has appointed M2M industry executive Derick Tsang (pictured) as president of its Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.
India could catch China up as the largest market for M2M products and services in south-east Asia, according to Kyung Jun Lee, Telit’s marketing director for the Asia-Pacific region.
According to Bangalore-based Business Line, Intel India plans to add 20 new partners in the country next year to its energy management drive. This project is designed to help homes, commercial establishments and industries reduce power consumption.
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