Smart Summit London

Event date: September 21 – 22, 2016 Olympia Conference Centre, London The Internet of Things, M2M (machine to machine) hyper-connectivity, wearable technology, intelligent living and ubiquitous computing are all increasingly important areas. The common underlying agenda is to develop new forms of connectivity, new types of digital relationships, and anchor opportunities presented by the greater

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How does Android Pay differ from Apple Pay and Samsung Pay for banks?

Google announced Android Pay yesterday at its I/O conference. The internet giant outlined a set of APIs that will allow developers to add an Android Pay button to their app and banks to enable payments in their existing applications, facilitating in-app and in-store payments on Android devices with KitKat 4.4 and above. This is a

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Carehome 2.0: A guide to IoT in the assisted living sector

Internet of Things (IoT) technology is everywhere, but most prominently, it’s in the home. The smart home market is on the rise in the UK, with 47% of UK homeowners considering investing in smart home technology.

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Q&A – What you didn’t know about the Internet of Things

What exactly is the Internet of Things (IoT) and why is it important to business?

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How can retailers utilise data from the Internet of Things?

With the recent influx of the Internet of Things and wearable technology, comes the opportunity for businesses to capitalise on the human data captured by this new breed of personal devices. But amidst the rise of wearables as useful accessories, Matthew Napleton, marketing director at Zizo asks, is it possible to harness the information collected

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2015 IoT / M2M Innovation World Cup – let the games begin!

There is a burgeoning maker community within M2M and every day we see new people emerge with fresh, creative and awe-inspiring ideas.

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Rally drivers turn to satellite M2M for safety and tracking in the North African dunes

The Rally of Tunisia is a famous rally which originated in 1982. For decades, motorcycle, quads as well as cars – typically 400 vehicles on average – have taken to the sands every spring and sped across some of the world’s most extreme desertscapes.

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Case Study: TracknStop can safely disable and retrieve your car if it is stolen

Worldwide over 6,800,000 vehicles were stolen within 2014, averaging over 18,600 every day. Of these vehicles, an estimated 63.3% could be linked to other areas of crime.

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Smart meter specialists report a 24% cut in fuel costs with behaviour monitoring telematics

Trojan Utilities, a smart meter installation and maintenance company, has reduced its fuel usage by 24% after implementing a telematics system from Europe-based telematics providers, Masternaut.

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LoRa™ Alliance to display standardised water conservation solutions to ease US water crisis

With 40 of the 50 U.S. states facing water shortages in the next decade, according to a U.S. General Accounting Office report, it is time to accelerate the use of Internet of Things (IoT) technology to help conserve water.

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Time for resellers to get serious about M2M

From smart phone enabled bike locks and kettles to talking vending machines, innovative machine to machine (M2M) communication is fundamentally transforming day to day life – for both businesses and consumers. Yet to date, few traditional telecoms resellers have really got stuck in to this market, with most preferring to retain a mobile voice centric

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Who’s driving the autonomous car – automotive or tech?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is more than just another tech buzzword. It describes how our world has become interconnected through devices and digital networks. The IoT has altered the automotive landscape, enabling data to be gathered from or disseminated to remote vehicles, boosting economies and improving road safety.

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Ericsson and KT strengthen collaboration to develop 5G and IoT technologies

Chang-gyu Hwang, CEO of South Korea’s telecom provider KT, visited Ericsson’s headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, on May 29 to meet Ericsson president and CEO Hans Vestberg. The two have agreed to strengthen their collaboration in leading the 5G evolution and to extend this to the Internet of Things (IoT).

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AT&T helps cities save water with new technology

AT&T, IBM and Mueller Water Products have developed a new solution to help cities save water. The solution uses Internet of Things (IoT) technology that can be installed quickly to help cities manage water and prevent leaks.

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The role of data analytics in the Internet of Things

Who would have thought that the Internet of Things (IoT) could impact anything from artificial insemination of cows to supply chain management decisions?

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Sierra Wireless and PSA Peugeot Citroën collaborate to deliver new applications and services to connected cars

Sierra Wireless has announced a new milestone in its collaboration with PSA Peugeot Citroën, with a next-generation design win for Sierra Wireless using AirPrime® AR Series smart automotive modules, the Legato™ platform, and the AirVantage® cloud.

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