IoT Gateways forecasted to grow to nearly $48bn in revenues by 2026

Gateway devices are used in nearly every IoT market. Factors driving the growth of gateways over the next five years include the transition to cellular from fixed line, replacement of 2G/3G gateways, as well as rapid growth in the industrial and infrastructure markets. This latest iteration reflects a post-COVID view of the gateway market. Global

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AFL industry innovator becomes the RTLS-driven US factory of the future with Pozyx technology

Ghent, Belgium – Pozyx, a provider of RTLS (real-time location systems) and ART (advanced real-time tracking) solutions, proves how innovation in ultra accurate location technology optimises industry process efficiency, bringing truly smart manufacturing one step closer to reality, and setting the stage for the decade ahead.

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What can ASICs do for the smart cities of the future?

According to the United Nations, we can expect 68% of the global population to live in urban areas by 2050. To cope with this increase, cities are focusing on the use of technology to improve equity for residents, facilitate more sustainable living and encourage better use of resources. Here Richard Mount, director of sales at

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Can IoT mitigate the impact of the fuel crisis on everyday consumer food items?

From long queues outside petrol stations to staggering energy bills, the consumers have been subjected to a raft of price rises as the cost of fuel continues to climb amid the war in Ukraine. As well as increasing energy bills, the spike in fuel prices has driven up the cost of everyday food items, further

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How to solve the connectivity conundrum in agriculture

The agriculture sector is adopting new technologies at a startling rate. It may be the oldest of all industries but the potential of new and emerging technologies to transform day-to-day operations in agriculture is immense, writes Jim Morrish, a founding partner at Transforma Insights. Agricultural contexts tend to be characterised by production distributed over a

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How Twilio’s Distributed IoT Mobile Core powered contactless access during the pandemic

With half of US renters in 2019 under the age of 30, it’s no surprise the demand for smart technology is on the rise. Surveys show these renters will pay more for smart apartments, electronic access and other digital amenities. The IoT mobile core is effectively the brain of a network.

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Australian enterprises implementing IoT to improve efficiency

Almost half of large Australian enterprises have deployed Internet of Things (IoT) systems with many aiming to improve business productivity and efficiency internally as well as for customers.

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How the network ecosystem is changing the future of the farm

Smart agriculture is the science and art of improving farming with technology. Innovations in farming are by no means new – since the invention of the wheel and the plough, the industry has been adopting new tools and ways of working for centuries.

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Streamlining IT support with smart lockers

IT support plays a vital role in modern business, with the need to get equipment fixed and employees up and running again as soon as possible being essential to keeping up with today’s 24/7 mobile business environment.

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Management team launches global communications company with investment funding led by ex-Iridium chairman

A new company, EVERYWHERE Communications, Inc., has been launched to provide satellite and cellular connections for the millions of people and assets that require global connectivity for safety, security and productivity.

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ABI Research white paper pushes carriers to new strategies in IoT, outlines roles carriers must play to remain competitive

While carriers are keen to play a leading role in the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart cities markets, they may be bypassed by other market players if they do not act. And while a new white paper from ABI Research urges carriers to adopt new strategies to establish their position within the IoT

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Huawei partners IMDA on Seeds for the Future program

Huawei and Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) have collaborated on the Seeds for the Future program where 10 Singaporean undergraduates will embark on a two-week learning journey to China.

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IpVenture integrates text messaging with AR/VR eyewear

IpVenture has invented and patented technology enabling augmented and virtual reality eyewear users to text while still immersed in their advanced-viewing experiences. Although texting is a prevalent form of communication, current AR/VR eyewear does not fully integrate texting into its designs.

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AI will change everything, but only if we change too

The way we work has always been dictated by the technology available to us. As technology improves, says Charles Towers-Clark, CEO of Pod Group, the workforce adapts to match the new standard of efficiency, and a whole range of jobs is created based on newly created skills.

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Ranplan showcases advanced indoor/outdoor network modelling for small cells, DAS and Wi-Fi at SCWS World in London

At Small Cells World Summit in London, Ranplan Wireless will be featuring Ranplan Professional, its flagship product that bridges the gap between indoor and outdoor design to plan and deploy Small Cell, DAS and Wi-Fi networksacross in-building and densified urban environments in coordination.

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Dr. Henry Tirri joins Interdigital as new CTO

InterDigital, Inc, a mobile technology research and development company, has appointed Dr. Henry Tirri as its chief technology officer. Dr. Tirri is a technology executive with experience in a variety of technology areas, including areas of increasing relevance to mobile such as artificial intelligence (AI), automotive and data analytics, among others.

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