Electric Imp, a global provider of enterprise secure IoT, announced that KiWi Power, the UK’s demand response aggregator, is using its IoT Platform to deliver the next generation of innovative, low-cost devices for intelligent electrical metering and energy use control.
The IoT platform landscape is among the most dynamic and rich areas in the IoT community. Here, Saverio Romeo, the principal analyst at Beecham Research, interviews Marc Jadoul, the market development director for Internet of Things at Nokia to learn about the company’s view on the IoT and its IMPACT (Intelligent Management Platform for All Connected Things)
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Sukamal Banerjee is corporate vice president and head of the IoT WoRKS business unit at HCL Technologies. Here, he tells IoT Now that, as organisations turn to IoT platforms they are finding ways to generate sustainable business value from their IoT adoptions.
Aria Systems, has announced Aria for Connected Vehicles, a cloud-based offering for IoT-enabled connected cars, heavy equipment, on-demand transportation as a service, telematics, and post-sale/lease add-on services.
KIWI PLUS, has launched a new children’s smartwatch developed in collaboration with u-blox. LINE Kids Watch is a tiny and colorful wearable with LINE emojis functioning as an Android-based
Cyan has announced its intention to acquire Sweden’s standards-based software company Connode for an undisclosed sum, subject to shareholder approval.
Machina Research, a provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things (IoT), is reportedly extending the coverage of its forecasts to include almost the entirety of the Internet of Things revenue opportunity. It predicts this will rise from US$892 billion in 2015 to US$4 trillion in 2025.
Persistent Systems has announced it is working with IBM to improve and transform engineering processes.