Women of IoT say push diversity, don’t patronise and don’t discriminate

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

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Consolidation of technologies creates efficient IoT management through a single pane of glass

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

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Low power connectivity powers up across IoT

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

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IoT platform selection – use insight from industry experts to help you decide

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,

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Gathering business value from the connected vehicle

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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Costs and opportunities rise as transport providers deploy IoT, analytics and AI for automotive and fleet management

In interview with the brand new digital title for IoT in Automotive, Fleet Management and Logistics – Transport360 – Sean Riley, Global Manufacturing and Transportation Industry director, Software AG talks to Editor, Jeremy Cowan

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Range, cost and power optimisation – how the benefits of LPWA opens the door to a class of new IoT applications

Recent years have seen a proliferation of technologies and standards centred on low power wide area network (LPWAN) communications, resulting in a highly diverse market landscape. Fredrik Stålbrand, senior analyst at Berg Insight, interviews Sara Brown, senior director of marketing at MultiTech, talking about the company’s approach to LPWA and applications in the agricultural sector

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1NCE automated processes and open interfaces eradicate complexity from IoT connectivity

Younes Allaki is the chief technology officer of 1NCE, the provider of a revolutionary connectivity offering for IoT that enables IoT applications and services to access connectivity on a buy once, flat rate fee for ten years.

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Simplify and accelerate IoT network design, deployment and operation with end-to-end turnkey solutions

Stéphane Dejean, the chief marketing officer at Kerlink, tells Fredrik Stålbrand, a senior analyst at Berg Insight, about Kerlink’s evolving positioning as a Network-asa- Service (NaaS) provider and its activities in the market for private low power wide area (LPWA) networks.

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Cost, power consumption and ease of design and configuration see LoRa selected for Indian IoT connectivity

Tata Communications has recently started to roll-out LoRa technology for its low power wide area network (LPWA) across India. Here, Anthony Bartolo, the digital infrastructure provider’s chief product officer, details the needs of developing markets and the Internet of Things (IoT) applications that are driving adoption. He also explains why Tata Communications has chosen LoRa

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Stream’s managed end-to-end eUICC connectivity service eliminates need to manage multiple contracts and orchestrate underlying systems

As embedded universal integrated circuit cards (eUICCs) and embedded subscriber identification modules (eSIMs) begin to be rolled out enterprises and mobile network operators are being freed from the constraints of having to manage contracts with multiple providers in different countries in order to support IoT deployments. Mohsen Shakoor, who leads strategic partnerships at Stream Technologies,

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IoT success relies on rapid implementation, open platforms and security throughout

Bernd Gross is senior vice president of IoT and Cloud at Software AG. He was previously responsible for the IoT Business at Nokia Siemens Networks and chief executive of Cumulocity and has seen IoT develop from an exciting concept for the future into a market reality. Here, he tells George Malim, the managing editor of

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eUICC presents the next step towards multi-carrier, multi-platform IoT

The embedded universal integrated circuit card (eUICC) introduces a means for organisations to evade the traditional constraints of subscriber identification module (SIM) cards issued by mobile network operators under cellular connectivity contracts. These contracts have required organisations to replace operator SIMs if they wish to change provider but eUICCs enable organisations with greater flexibility and

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Cost, power consumption and ease of design and configuration see LoRa selected for Indian IoT connectivity

Tata Communications has recently started to roll-out LoRa technology for its low power wide area network (LPWA) across India. Here, Anthony Bartolo, the digital infrastructure provider’s chief product officer, details the needs of developing markets and the Internet of Things (IoT) applications that are driving adoption. He also explains why Tata Communications has chosen LoRa

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Automotive and insurance services set to lead megascale IoT deployment

As global director of Vodafone IoT, Stefano Gastaut leads the mobile operator’s Internet of Things (IoT) business unit and is responsible for driving its IoT growth, business strategy, products and profit and loss at a global level, including for the Vodafone Automotive business. Prior to this role, Gastaut was chief executive of Vodafone Egypt, which

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Data-driven, future-proof, scalable, secure are the key attributes of mature IoT services

Mohsen Mohseninia is vice president of market development, Europe, at Aeris, the IoT pioneer that is both a technology provider and a cellular network operator delivering comprehensive IoT/M2M services to leading brands around the world. Here, he tells George Malim, the managing editor of IoT Now, that as IoT matures, the need for an ecosystem

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