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Siemens has joined an industrial 5G accelerator programme as part of a collaboration between Ericsson and UK innovation agency Digital Catapult. US data storage company Seagate and UK robotics specialist …

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Ten new manufacturing sites have joined the World Economic Forum’s ‘global lighthouse network’ of Industry 4.0 leaders. It takes the total number of smart factories in the network to 54. …

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Amazon has selected LoRa for its new Sidewalk wireless networking platform, running in 900 MHz spectrum, according to Semtech. Camarillo-based Semtech hailed its technology’s move into the consumer space. At …

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Ericsson IoT

Ericsson has signed off a $1.1 billion deal to purchase US-based Cradlepoint, which provides LTE and 5G wide-area networking (WAN) for the emergency services sector, office and retail spaces, and …

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Deloitte and Wichita State University are building a new 60,000-square foot (5,500 square metre) smart factory showcase facility on Wichita State’s Innovation Campus, already sponsored by Deloitte, to include a …

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Traditional network operators, as well as network vendors, do not have the in-house expertise to serve the enterprise market with industrial-grade private LTE and 5G networking. They need hand-holding by …

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Mercedes-Benz (Daimler) has opened the doors of its new 5G-connected €730 million Factory 56 facility, part of a €2.1 billion “future-oriented” car plant and the administrative area in Sindelfingen, in …

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The NHS in Scotland has deployed a Bluetooth and Wi-Fi based mesh network to reduce the spread of viruses including Covid-19 at a care home in Inverness. IoT networking company …

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Vehicle maker Ford, automotive supplier Bosch, and property developer Bedrock are combining on a demonstration project in Detroit, Michigan, to automated valet parking, so vehicles drive and park themselves in …

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KT robotics

“Productivity isn’t everything, but, in the long run, it’s almost everything.” This oft-quoted aphorism from economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman has new life in the shadow of Covid-19. Despite …

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