London, UK – Stream Communications Ltd has been selected to participate in the prestigious Tata/UKTI Mentoring Programme in Pune, India. Stream’s M2M wireless network services are highly relevant to the fast growing Indian market.
Thalwil, Switzerland – Swiss-based u-blox, a global leader in wireless and positioning modules and integrated circuits for the consumer, industrial and automotive markets, has introduced the SARA-G350 ATEX, an ultra-compact, low power, surface mount GSM/GPRS modem module certified for use in devices operating in potentially explosive environments such as smart gas meters.
(BLOG) Woodbridge, UK: The energy industry is missing a major opportunity to transform the energy market for consumers now that UK smart meter roll out has been delayed. So says Chris Saunders (pictured), CEO of Navetas, who today speaks out for homeowners.
Boulder, Colorado, USA – According to a new consumer survey from Navigant Research, favourable attitudes toward the concept of the smart grid in general, and toward smart meters in particular, increased noticeably in 2012.
Skanderborg, Denmark – As a part of the delivery of a 1,000 unit pilot with Wien Energie GmbH, Kamstrup has announced the opening of an Austrian subsidiary in Vienna’s Millennium Tower.
Nuremberg, Germany – GainSpan® Corporation, a provider of ultra-low power Wi-Fi connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT), unveiled the GS2000 at Embedded World 2013 Germany last week. It is said by the company to be the first single chip solution to bring together two IEEE low power standard wireless technologies: Wi-Fi® (802.11b/g/n) and 802.15.4.
The energy supplier, Østjysk Energi (DK), has signed contract on a complete wireless smart metering system, including 30,000 smart meters. This makes Østjysk Energi the first utility to order the new smart grid-platform, OMNIA
London, UK. November 1, 2012 (EXCLUSIVE) — Maingate Solutions of Sweden and Germany’s incumbent telecom network operator, Deutsche Telekom (DT) have announced the launch of a CapEx-free roll-out of smart metering infrastructure.
(SKETCH:) November 2, 2012 — M2M Now’s Editor, Jeremy Cowan is struggling with his own smart meter rollout.
(BLOG:) “In failing to plan, then you plan to fail.” So goes the adage widely ascribed to Benjamin Franklin. Such trite phrases have a habit of falling on deaf ears. But, its application to the smart home agenda exposes serious shortfalls
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