A new global study ‘The Internet of Things: Today and Tomorrow’ published by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, says that IoT will soon be widespread as 85% of businesses plan to implement IoT by 2019.
M2M/IoT market research provider, Berg Insight has released new findings about the mobile healthcare (mHealth) market. The number of remotely monitored patients grew by 44% to 7.1 million in 2016 as the market entered a growth phase fuelled by rising market acceptance in several key verticals.
Kandy, GENBAND’s communications Platform-as-a-Service (cPaaS), has announced the results of its Invent the Future hackathon.
BodyCap, a company specialised in miniaturised wireless monitoring devices, announced that two of its wearable health monitoring devices are currently being used by European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Pesquet aboard the International Space Station (ISS),
Smart farming has become a major trend in the agriculture sector. According to the UN’s Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO), by 2050 food production may increase by 70% to feed 9.6 billion people.
IoT devices, networks and services need extensive monitoring. Hundreds of thousands of devices are being added daily to the IoT ecosystem, connected to each other and the cloud through Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular and fixed networks.
Libelium releases MySignals, the most complete eHealth development platform with 15 different sensors that measure the most important body parameters (ECG, glucose, airflow, pulse, oxygen in blood, blood pressure…). All the biometric data is encrypted
IoT and M2M platform provider, Greenwave Systems has acquired Predixion Software, a developer of real-time visual edge analytics software for the Internet of Things, for an undisclosed amount.
Over the last few months Berg Insight has been looking closely at the market for people monitoring services. There are for instance several types of monitoring systems that make it possible for elderly and people with cognitive disabilities to live independently in their homes for as long as possible.
Mining operation deploys satellite-based technology to protect workers and minimise environmental impacts. A multinational mining corporation runs the longest continually operating sand mine in Australia. As part of its operations, regular measurement of water quality and levels of bores is required to meet government regulations and minimise any negative impact on the environment.
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