NEXT Future Transportation forms innovation partnership with Digital Barriers

NEXT Future Transportation, a provider of modular vehicle solutions provider, and Digital Barriers, provider in wireless video streaming and deep learning-based facial recognition, announced a joint integration programme around embedded computer vision software.

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Emerson controller aims to simplify capital projects and to ready organisations for operational benefits of IIoT

Emerson has launched the DeltaV™ PK Controller, making the advanced automation of its DeltaV distributed control system (DCS) available to fast-growth industries traditionally less reliant on large-scale automation.

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First smart electricity meter based on NB-IoT claimed by Huawei and Janz CE

The first electrical energy smart meter, using 4.5G NB-IoT communication technology, has been successfully tested, say Huawei and Janz CE.

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ON Semiconductor launches development platform for industrial IoT, medical and smart home markets

ON Semiconductor, has introduced a modular IoT Development Kit (IDK) that provides engineers with all of the hardware and software building blocks needed to speed the evaluation,

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Education and collaboration will transform cities from dumb to smart in quick succession

Smart cities promote numerous advantages for the public and organisations alike, improving communication response, remote control potential and innovative interactive experiences for public and private services.

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Silvair closes $12m Series A funding ‘to disrupt’ commercial smart lighting market

Silvair, a provider in Bluetooth-based smart lighting technologies for commercial applications, has completed a US$12 million Series A round of funding.

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Sequans and Gemalto aim to revolutionise IoT connectivity with ‘first genuine LTE Cat M1 technology’

Digital; security provider, Gemalto is partnering with LTE chipmaker Sequans Communications S.A. with the aim of “revolutionising Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity with LTE-M technology,” according to the partners.

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Winners of CW Discovering Start-Ups 2016 showcase best in tech innovation

Three innovative and exciting new tech businesses were named winners of the 7th annual CW (Cambridge Wireless) Discovering Start-Ups competition,

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ZigBee Alliance adds UL as 5th authorised test lab to meet growth of IoT product certifications

The ZigBee Alliance, announced UL – a global safety science organisation – is the newest independent authorised test service provider accredited to support ZigBee Alliance certification programs.

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North America’s first LTE Cat M1 modules launched by Telit

Four new LTE Cat M1 modules are to be launched for the U.S. and one LTE Cat NB1 for Europe at CTIA Super Mobility 2016, according to Telit.

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Designing what matters for the Internet of Things

As the IoT unfolds it’s critical, says Tony Milbourn of u-blox, not to lose track of what really matters and to provide the technologies, modules and security to keep them robust and reliable.

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Fleet telematics veteran Thomas Erdman joins Azuga executive team

Azuga, a provider of connected vehicle technology, has announced that seasoned fleet telematics veteran Thomas Erdman has joined as president of Azuga’s fleet division.

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Three reasons to choose wireless failover for business continuity

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.

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Consumers slow to connect with IoT in the home

1.Two-thirds of UK consumers believe the Internet of Things (“IoT”) could make their lives better, according to the latest Deloitte Consumer Review;

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éolane launches Sigfox reference design module for M2M and IoT market

éolane, has introduced a comprehensive Sigfox reference design module that makes it easy to develop sensor-to-cloud applications for Sigfox networks.

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Multi-functional one-chip wireless platforms

Chips continue to get smaller and operate faster, thereby enabling the development of amazing devices like smart phones. But, their intrinsic functionality hasn’t changed: they process data at blinding speeds.

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