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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailEleven-x said the new solutions allow existing sensors to provide real-time data collection and monitoring Eleven-x, a Canadian firm operating a nationwide public low-power network, has launched a new

Editorial Webinar: AI and machine learning Making IoT Work for Telecoms

Best in show: the smartest smart factory demos at Hannover Messe 2018

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How Honeywell is helping building managers improve indoor efficiencies

Cradlepoint Webinar: LTE Solutions for Utility Vehicles

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailComcast deploys LoRaWAN in San Francisco; Laird gateway has Senet support baked-in From devices to connectivity, the internet of things (IoT) market is a crowded space. Cellular standards like LTE-M

IoT is the only way farming will feed future generations, says Monsanto

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Enterprise IoT Editorial Webinar: IoT Devices for the Enterprise

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailThe emergence of the OPC UA TSN communications stack, backed by a loose-knit consortium of automation specialists, is a key part of the developing industrial IoT narrative, with halting technological

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailLinux Foundations EdgeX Foundry dedicated to edge IoT interoperability As the diverse internet of things (IoT) continues to drive digitalization efforts for a variety of consumer, enterprise and industrial services,

Rain, cloud and the Windy City: how IoT is helping Chicago fight flooding

Telefonica and China Unicom to expand IoT offering

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailAutonomous machines will use AI to transform manufacturing, logistics, agriculture and other verticals At the ongoing Computex event in Taipei, Taiwan, Nvidia announced a new artificial intelligence (AI) system designed

Enterprise IoT Recipe for Success: Design, Secure, Test, Assure

Smart manufacturing in China gets major boost with pilot projects

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailEuropean operators Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone have completed the first international roaming trial in Europe using narrowband internet-of-things (NB-IoT) technology, according to the GSMA. The trade body said 29 mobile

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Ericsson and Fraunhofer Institute demo industrial 5G for making jet engines

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Next generation, software defined and virtualized networks

Vertical Markets: Agriculture, Oil & Gas, Healthcare, Manufacturing

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailSigfox has struck a deal with mapping company HERE to create a global internet-of-things (IoT) location service for the supply chain and logistics industry. The deal will see Sigfoxs low-power

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FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailSiemens said the acquisition of Califonia-based J2 Innovations will allow the firm to grow its business in this segment German firm Siemens confirmed that it is acquiring California-based J2 Innovations,

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailDigital health wearables unit returned to Withings co-founder as Nokia focuses on B2B In 2016 Nokia Technologies spent $190 million to acquire consumer-facing health wearables firm Withings. After standing up

FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedinemailFor technologists, airports in general, and the planets busiest ones in particular, are like smart cities in microcosm. They encapsulate a head-spinning array of services and applications, covering everything from

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