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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailVodafone and IBM have won a contract with UK based transport company National Express to upgrade its IT infrastructure, and prepare it for the “next wave of transformation” with 5G, …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailFinnish telecoms duo Nokia and Telia have equipped 5G-connected drones with computer vision technology to monitor environmental conditions in the Baltic Sea. A pilot solution is being used to track …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailA new smart farming initiative in Brazil, called ConectarAGRO, is seeking to make use of LTE and 5G connectivity, as well as satellite and microwave technologies, to enable 500,000 farms …

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smart port

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Korean operator LG Uplus announced plans to construct a smart port system powered by 5G technology that will enable unmanned cranes to be operated remotely to maximize efficiency in …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGermany has a good model for the adoption of renewable energy resources. The country has an aggressive decarbonisation agenda as part of its energiewende (‘energy transition’). It shut down seven …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailCellular M2M value-added service revenues will account for only 14 per cent of the total revenues gained on the top of straight cellular M2M connection revenues, in the next five …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe enterprise IoT sector has moved up a gear, out of the lab and onto the ‘shop floor’, because the various parties involved have hit upon a way to collaborate …

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industry 4.0 fourth industrial revolution

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLike it, love it or hate it? Enterprises are unsure about what to make of 5G. A study conducted by Barclays found that at best only 9% were allocating resources …

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automated vehicles

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail“The internet of things is meaningless without 5G.” That was the line this week from Siemens, or at least its UK chief, speaking as chair of the UK government’s new …

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Huawei

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail 5G technology will be available to 58% of the world’s population by 2025, which will create new business models, services and applications for customers and enterprises, according to Huawei’s …

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