• What Wearable IoT Can Do

    An article by Marc, Editor at IoT Business News. Wearable technology isn’t exactly new. Some experts argue that the first wearable tech was invented in 1286, when eyeglasses first allowed the myopic to see distances clearly. Throughout the 20th century, gadget-makers loved putting new tech onto headbands, watches, and shoes, even if it reduced fun

    03/12/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Contract Law in the Age of IoT

    An article by Marc, Editor at IoT Business News. Contracts seem simple: Two (or more) parties negotiate, write down each party’s obligations, and sign, ensuring everyone will participate appropriately in the deal. Yet, contract law is a dense and convoluted field, and with every passing year, it only becomes more-so. Technology is revolutionizing

    03/12/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • What If We Could Predict When An Athlete Was Going To Be Injured?

    New study from the Society for Risk Analysis quantifies individual risk of injury for athletes using Internet of Things. Thousands of athletes showcased their abilities for the world in PyeongChang, South Korea, in pursuit of Olympic gold. But for every dazzling triple axel or stellar snowboarding run, athletes face the risk of career-ending injuri

    03/09/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Telefónica and China Unicom partner in IoT

    The partnership allows their enterprise customers to enjoy the best IoT solutions and accelerate their deployment globally. Telefónica and China Unicom have signed an agreement in the field of Internet of Things (IoT). Under the partnership the two companies will have access to each other networks and deploy their IoT services allowing their enter

    03/08/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Quectel Plans to Release More LTE-A Modules in 2018

    At the Mobile World Congress 2018 (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, Quectel Wireless Solutions, the leading global supplier of wireless modules and solutions, shared its plan for high-rate cellular IoT market that it will launch more LTE-Advanced modules in the coming year. Currently, Quectel is offering three LTE Cat 6 modules in different form factors,

    03/06/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Senet and NanoThings Announce Strategic Partnership to Bring Low-Cost, Disposable Tags to Asset Tracking and Cold Chain Industries

    Nanotechnologies and Ubiquitous Low Power Wide Area Network Coverage Combine to Provide a Path to IoT Asset Tracking at Massive Scale. Senet and NanoThings, a full service IoT logistics solution provider and pioneer of advancements in nano electronics to enable a new era of affordability in IoT devices, today announced a partnership to disrupt the

    03/06/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Sequans’ LTE Cat 1 Chipset Certified by KDDI

    Sequans Communications S.A. announced that KDDI, one of Japan’s largest mobile operators, has certified Sequans’ LTE Cat 1 Calliope chipset and it is now approved to operate in devices on KDDI’s LTE network. LTE Cat 1 technology is the underlying infrastructure for M2M devices and Sequans’ Calliope LTE Platform is one of the most mature …

    03/06/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Macro and Micro Benefits of the Industrial Internet of Things

    An exclusive article by Monica Ricci*, Associate Researcher at MachNation. The global manufacturing sector will continue to capture the greatest percentage of IoT investment in the near term because of the significant gains it is expected to deliver. The foundations of Industrial IoT enhance existing manufacturing assets with a range of technology

    03/05/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • KDDI Supports Sierra Wireless AirPrime HL78 LPWA Module for LTE-M IoT Applications in Japan

    Next-generation LP gas smart meters will be the first products deployed in Japan on KDDI’s LTE-M (Cat-M1/eMTC) network using Sierra Wireless Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA) modules. AirPrime® HL78, featuring Altair’s ALT1250 chipset, provides LTE-M connectivity with best-in-class power performance and unlimited firmware over-the-air updates on KDDI’

    03/01/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • GSMA Study: Two-Thirds of Mobile Connections Running on 4G/5G Networks by 2025

    Mobile Ecosystem Generated $3.6 Trillion in Economic Value in 2017 as Industry Prepares for 5G Era. Two-thirds of the world’s mobile connections will be running on 4G and 5G networks by 2025, according to the new 2018 edition of the GSMA’s ‘Mobile Economy’ report, published today at Mobile World Congress. It is forecast that 4G …

    02/27/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • XSun Selects Sierra Wireless Device-to-Cloud IoT Solution for Solar-Powered Autonomous Drone

    SolarXOne Unmanned Aerial Vehicle designed for long-endurance flights to collect real-time data and efficiently monitor agriculture, maritime, land and industrial infrastructure. Sierra Wireless today announced that XSun has selected Sierra Wireless’ device-to-cloud IoT solution, including AirLink® RV50 gateways, multi-operator smart connectivity

    02/27/2018 | Source: IoT Business News
  • Telenor Group and Cisco Sign Strategic Agreement to Collaborate on IoT, Smart Cities, Security and Data Analytics

    Telenor Group and Cisco to collaborate on developing a model for smart city exploration in Norway to utilize IoT for public safety and customer connectivity. Companies to develop a roadmap for advanced, highly secure services, enabling digital transformation to drive new revenue streams, increase operational excellence and enhance highly secure cus

    02/27/2018 | Source: IoT Business News

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