The GSMA has announced that mobile network operators are set to benefit from an estimated US$1.8 trillion (€1.50 trillion) Internet of Things (IoT) revenue opportunity by 2026 boosted by the early deployment of commercial Low Power Wide Area Networks in licensed spectrum,
Connected devices or IoT seem to have become the de facto solution for any industry, today. An increase in connected devices leads to increase in the amount of data transferred, stored, computed, and consumed across networks and devices.
There are concerns, especially in the European market, that not enough progress is being made in the roll-out of smart metering by utilities. Here, Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of IoT Now & VanillaPlus talks to Jerry Chase, CEO of Bsquare.
In a 2013 white paper about the Internet of Things (IoT) Cisco estimated that there were 10 billion connected devices at that time and that there will be 50 billion by 2022. The paper cites Smart Grids, Smart Buildings and Connected Healthcare among the areas where most value will be gained from the IoT.
Europe’s consumers are increasingly presented with the opportunity to play an active role in a more sustainable energy system where efficiency, decarbonisation and renewable energy are central drivers.
Lehendakari Iñigo Urkullu presided over the inauguration of TECNALIA’s new Research, Development and Certification Laboratories for Electrical Equipment for Smart Grids.
GSGF has published a report on smart grid interoperability. It assesses the existing smart grid situation on a global scale and identifies key interoperability challenges that must be addressed. GSGF considers this a first step in a complex process aiming to lift interoperability from the purely technical to the strategic level while involving top management and decision makers in critical [...]
(Amsterdam, Netherlands, October 15, 2013) – European Utility Week opened today with a flurry of new product announcements. The Amsterdam event is bigger than ever this year with some 8,000 of the utility industry’s leading minds and vendors of the latest technology in attendance (see also Smart energy challenges in focus as industry gathers for European Utility Week).
Austin, Texas, USA – The market for smart grid sensors in North America is expected to grow dramatically during the next two years, according to a study published by IMS Research (now part of IHS Inc.).
DNV will open a new Strategic Research Unit at DNV KEMA’s global headquarters in Arnhem, the Netherlands, which will focus exclusively on the further development of smart grids and super grids
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