As we’ve recently discussed in part 1 of this blog, with the lean approach, enterprises can launch effective smart, connected products even within a limited budget.
Planning to launch their first smart, connected product, enterprises may be afraid of the investments needed. However, there are ways to reduce costs of IoT development and implementation and still come out with the solution bringing business value for both vendors and customers.
Ayyeka has announced that its flagship Wavelet IIoT gateway device now supports LoRa, a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) protocol. With the addition of the optional LoRa module, operators will be able to collect near-real-time data from locations with limited traditional cellular network infrastructure – or even none at all.
At Mobile World Congress 2018, VMware, Inc, unveiled the next chapter of its Internet of Things (IoT) strategy which will focus on delivering new edge computing solutions for specific use cases including Asset Management and Smart Surveillance.
A new report from Juniper Research has found that the total number of connections leveraging an unlicenced spectrum to deliver low power M2M connectivity will approach 400 million by 2022. Connections using these technologies, such as Sigfox, LoRa and Ingenu, will rise from an estimated 50 million by the end of 2018, representing total growth of 736%.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced that it has developed an autonomous platform that enables networked smart appliances to use their sensors and functionalities to co-operate in new home services without the need for cloud computing or internet connection.
Cloudleaf enterprise solutions orchestrate the flow of assets across the three dimensions of data, dashboards and decisions, writes Nitesh Arora, the head of marketing at the company
Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, announced that Symantec has chosen AWS as its strategic infrastructure provider for the vast majority of its cloud workloads, leveraging AWS’s infrastructure scale and maturity to deliver cloud security to its global customers.
In the City of Holland, Michigan, USA, the board of public works has turned to IoT to manage its Snow Melt system for clearing foot paths of snow and ice around the city more effectively. Here, we explore how AT&T’s Flow was utilised to enable the city to design and develop a wireless sensor network.
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