Ficosa, a global provider specialising in the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of high-technology vision, safety, connectivity and efficiency systems for the automotive and mobility sectors, has become the first Spanish company to join the 5G Automotive Association (5GAA).
Barely one in ten homes in Europe have a smart home system in place. One reason for these rather low figures is that manufacturers of smart home solutions used to focus on exclusive and often expensive systems that are incompatible with each other.
Silicon Valley innovators often see Europe as a fragmented landscape of independent markets with myriad regulation at the European and national level. At the same time, on personal data protection and data ownership, this picture of fragmented Europe does not apply.
It is often said that nothing is certain, except death and taxes. But in the age of connectivity, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t agree with adding network outages to that list.
Shenzhen Skyworth Digital Technology Co. LTD., a STB and smart home solution provider, announced a major investment in the Latin America region, with the opening of a new headquarters and factory in Mexico.
James Lynn, a student studying Electronic Engineering with Space Systems, at the UK’s University of Surrey has won the global NASA SpaceApps Challenge 2016.
Comarch, a global software house and provider of IT solutions and services for telecommunications companies, has forged a technology partnership in the fields of Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) with Nokia.
In the run up to Mobile World Congress the predictions were coming in thick and fast. So who was right? We take a look at the top three trending topics that stood out at the biggest MWC event yet.
Jasper, a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform provider, and recently the subject of a $1.4bn takeover offer by Cisco, and POST Luxembourg, Luxembourg’s national telecommunications services operator, have combined their network and IoT platform.
Cyan the integrated system and software design company delivering mesh based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, announced receipt of an initial purchase order from telecommunications contractor Micromodje for a 2,000 unit smart metering implementation, which will be fitted into street traffic cameras in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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