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Japan’s Softbank will plough artificial intelligence (AI) and internet-of-things (IoT) technologies into a burgeoning smart city project in Indonesia, after striking a deal with Jakarta-based conglomerate Lippo Group. The deal, …

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Siemens

Siemens has followed country-mate Bosch to apply for spectrum licences in the 3.7-3.8 GHz band in Germany. The firm will seek to manage its own LTE and 5G networks in …

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Stephen Mellor picks up where he left off, and where we left him: the challenge with industrial IoT to gain widespread adoption is as much to do with interpretation as …

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Bosch Nexeed – the company's industrial application system makes data available in a compatible and standardized form (Image: Bosch)

Bosch and Qualcomm have set up shop at the Smart Production Solutions (SPS) trade fair in Nuremberg, Germany, this week to show industrial devices using time-sensitive networking (TSN) over a …

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Tearing down departmental data silos in cities remains the dream for smart cities, and yet it is still out of reach. German industrial giant Siemens told Smart City Expo World …

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Schneider Electric and ThoughtWire combine digital twins for hospitals French firm Schneider Electric is partnering with Canadian IoT platform provider ThoughtWire on data integration and digital twins for the healthcare …

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Spain

Vodafone is the first network operator in the UK to sub-license unused LTE / 4G spectrum under UK regulator Ofcom’s new spectrum policy, which seeks to bolster rural and indoor …

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Note, this is continued from a previous article, called: ‘Greta dislikes you, but we like Greta’ – Sandvik on industrial revolution and the smartest little tool-house in Sweden. Go here …

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Buildings and transportation use cases are well served by combining unlicensed Wi-Fi and LoRaWAN, according to a new white paper from the two organisations responsible for developing and promoting the …

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The pursuit of cheaper, faster, and more varied production is intensifying. Factories are bustling with innovation experiments, as industrialists are availed of ever-more sophisticated digital tools. But the manufacturing sector …

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