As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to mature and starts to gain traction across most vertical and regional markets, the role of the IoT platform is sharply in the spotlight. IoT platforms are a means by which organisations can manage the complexities of IoT deployments, simplify their operations and accelerate time to market.
As the cellular connectivity landscape continues to evolve, it is increasingly important for organisations to consider a network solution that will provide the longevity needed to experience long-term IoT success.
Eddie Lee, the director of global industry marketing at Moxa, tells IoT Now how edge capabilities coupled with new connectivity is bringing operational technology together with IT to the benefit of factory floor performance
1NCE, which launched at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), is now bringing connectivity to thousands of IoT devices. The company’s recently opened webshop is now enabling an unparalled easy onboarding of customers to its unique flat fee 500MB IoT connectivity offering. Here, Alexander Sator, the founder and chief executive of the company, tells IoT Now how the company’s vision has [...]
Knud Lasse Lueth, the managing director of analyst firm IoT Analytics, recently interviewed Eberhard Klotz, the head of the Industry 4.0 Campaign at Festo, to discuss success stories but also obstacles and critical success factors in Industry 4.0
In common with the telecoms and IT sectors, the Internet of Things (IoT) is an industry in which men make up the majority of workers. The imbalance continues thanks to the far lower number of women entering engineering courses and the still lower rate of women reaching the highest levels of businesses. However, writes George Malim, the scale, scope and variety of IoT means a far more [...]
IoT is an ecosystem under construction but companies are making moves to bring more capabilities together and go to market with consolidated offerings. One of the latest moves has seen Arm, the provider of device chipset IP and IoT software and services such as device management, acquire Stream Technologies, the originator of the IoT-X connectivity management platform. Switfly after this [...]
Low power wide area networks (LPWAN) are currently one of the fastest growing communication technologies in the world, with several companies experiencing double digit growth. Kerlink, a France-based provider of end-to-end network solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), has been among the most active within this space where it has built a strong track record of LPWAN deployments in [...]
As more and more organisations invest in IoT and look to either buy or build IoT platforms to handle their data and manage their devices and services, it is becoming more complex to identify the right approach from the slew of IoT platforms, now numbering in the hundreds, that are on the market. In addition, as IoT services scale up from connecting a small and easy-to-manage to a large [...]
Drew Johnson, VP Engineering & Operations, Aeris talks to Jeremy Cowan, editorial director, Transport 360, about the importance of customer engagement in measuring the value of vehicle connections, which industries require it and how to deliver it in a secure, cost-effective ecosystem.
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