oneM2M publishes whitepaper on IoT and sustainability to promote responsible design principles

oneM2M has announced the release of its whitepaper on IoT sustainability. Co-written by diverse industrial stakeholders, it describes the sustainability landscape, surveys potential demand for sustainability solutions and shows how different organisations are pursuing sustainability objectives.

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With more homes connected to the internet than ever before, how can networks stay cyber-secure?

With the widespread adoption of 5G, and the proliferation of IoT devices prone to security flaws, consumers are facing increased risks. This is especially true for home network security, says Barry Spielman, director of security product marketing at Allot. Many people aren’t even aware of the total number of connected devices within their homes, all of which could

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Tele2 IoT & Cuviva: Connected Healthcare

IoT is instrumental in the rise of connected healthcare, and Sweden’s Cuviva is at the forefront of the this revolution, offering a solution that reins in costs while giving vulnerable patients real-time personalised communication with healthcare professionals, delivering better and more equal healthcare for everyone

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Market opportunities for 5G, IoT and edge compute

There is an increasingly important link between 5G, IoT and edge compute, with each having implications for the success of the other, says Guy Matthews, editor of NetReporter. So believes Jeremiah Caron, global head of research & analysis with the Technology Group of independent analyst firm GlobalData.

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Totum achieves indoor, direct-to-satellite IoT connection, books 2mn advance orders

Totum, an innovator in satellite connectivity, announced the successful indoor operation of theirdirect-to-satellite IoT connectivity solution. Based on Totum’s groundbreaking wireless technology,which provides unprecedented reach from space, the demonstration showcased bidirectionalcommunication between a fully integrated system-on-a-chip (SoC) and Totum’s low-earth orbit (LEO)satellite.

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How IoT has enabled the monitoring of bees in Chile: an agritech case study

Bees are vital to our planet and our survival. In fact, almost 90% of wild plants, and 75% of global crops need animals to pollinate them which works out to approximately one in every three mouthfuls of our food depending on bees! To add to this, the global market value of honey is predicted to

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AND Technology Research and University of Essex join forces to develop self-powering, battery-less IoT device

Purpose-led technology company, AND Technology Research, is announcing a new partnership with computer scientists from the University of Essex to explore new ways of reducing the amount of power a device needs, while at the same time using energy harvesting techniques to produce truly self-powering devices.

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Smart Solutions for green spaces and empty homes brings community improvements in South London

Two pilot projects commencing in South London will use smart IoT technology to review usage of local green spaces in Sutton, while ensuring safety and security for a building set to be demolished in Kingston.

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Global industry accelerating IoT adoption in response to Covid-19, new Inmarsat research reveals

New research by Inmarsat, the provider of global mobile satellite communications, reveals a rapid increase in the maturity level of organisations adopting the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Respondents drawn from multiple industries also reported that Covid-19 has demonstrated the importance of IoT to their businesses, with many accelerating

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OQ Technology reveals patent portfolio in the US and Europe to improve satellite communications

5G satellite operator OQ Technology has revealed six pending patent applications in the USA and in Europe that will improve satellite-based IoT and M2M communications in remote locations. OQ Technology’s patent applications include a “wake-up” technology for satellite IoT (Internet of things) devices, IoT device localisation, frequency and timing synchronisation, inter-satellite link technology and satellite

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US businesses show IoT investment resilience, despite pandemic

Despite the adversity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, grounds for optimism remain for IoT spending in the US.

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Nozomi Networks and Tripwire announce strategic partnership

Nozomi Networks Inc., the provider of OT and IoT security, and Tripwire, a global provider of security and compliance solutions for enterprises and industrial organisations, announced they have partnered to help organisations lower cyber risk with consistent security controls that span their IT, OT and IoT environments.

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JFrog acquires Upswift, bringing software updates and container deployment for IoT devices to developers

JFrog Ltd., the Liquid Software company, announced the acquisition of Upswift, the creators of connected device management software for developers. The combined companies aim to deliver the industry’s complete development-to-device platform that bridges the gap between current IoT software silos and common DevOps processes, such as dependency scanning, CI/CD, artifact management, shifting left for application

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Smart metering: go digital to enable enhanced oversight

Smart metering Internet of Things (IoT) applications have the potential to solve the efficiency, cost and time challenges of manual metre monitoring and reading. As utilities embrace the full potential of digitalisation and strive to become more sustainable, they will need secure, reliable, and uninterrupted IoT connectivity in addition to a seamless, automated way to

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Hiber signs deal with Shell to roll out remote IoT monitoring of wells

Hiber, an industrial IoT as-a-service startup, announced that it has signed an agreement with Shell to provide well integrity monitoring solutions globally.

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PSoC 64 standard secure MCU family achieves PSA level 2 certification for more secured IoT devices

Infineon Technologies AG announced the company has achieved the Arm Platform Security Architecture (PSA) Level 2 certification for the PSoC 64 microcontrollers (MCUs) standard secure family of devices.

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