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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote this is a serialised version of an editorial report, called LPWA connectivity in IoT – who is winning what?’. It is continued from a previous instalment, which can be …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail1 | THE SHOP Supermarket chain Tesco has used IoT sensors to monitor bins in Slovakia, where it operates 150 stores, and employ over 9,000 people. It has worked with …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote this is a serialised version of an editorial report, called LPWA connectivity in IoT – who is winning what?’. It is continued from a previous instalment, which can be …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailEmbedded SIM (eSIM) technology is gaining ground in the connected ‘things’ space, which requires subscriber identity modules (SIMs) to be remotely provisioned and tamper proof, and often miniaturised for IoT …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote this is a serialised version of an editorial report, called LPWA connectivity in IoT – who is winning what?’. It is continued from a previous instalment, which can be …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailHats off to the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), which continues to publish comprehensive and constructive guides on how to design, deploy, and manage digital change systems in highly individualistic ‘vertical’ …

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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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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe SIM card, or subscriber identity module, is hardly perceived as cutting-edge technology, observes Vincent Korstanje, vice president and general manager of secure identity at chip-design company Arm. He conjures …

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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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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe mining industry is expected to produce $686 billion in revenue by the end of 2019, a steady eight per cent increase on 2018, according to PwC. The global conveyer …

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