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Ondas Networks has announced a deal with systems integration firm Rogue Industries to sell its mission-critical IoT platform to US government and defence markets, including for military drones and unmanned …

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Smart traffic management systems will save cities $277 billion by 2025, by reducing traffic congestion. The figure is a rise of 55 percent on the 2021 savings forecast, of $178 …

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(Am I really going to write this?) 6G is a trillion dollar opportunity, apparently. So says the headline in a PR missive about a new report from research firm IDTechEx, …

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The low-power wide-area (LPWA) end of the IoT sector is characterised by the capabilities and limitations of its main connectivity technologies. But this is wrong. These technologies – the likes …

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The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry in the UK, established by the UK government as an independent research and technology organisation for academia and industry, is to be equipped …

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Private cellular network vendor Druid Software has announced new distribution deals for its private LTE core networking solution in the US with Nebraska-based network engineering firm Pierson Wireless and Ohio-based …

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Sigfox co-founder and chief executive Ludovic Le Moan has stepped down from the French IoT firm with immediate effect. He has been replaced by Jeremy Prince, who has served as …

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Trade fair operator Deutsche Messe has secured a private 5G licence from German network agency BNetzA for the Hanover fairground in Germany, home to Germany’s flagship Industrie 4.0 event. It …

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US carrier Verizon has signed a deal to acquire Austrian industrial robotics software company Incubed IT (stylized as incubed IT) for an undisclosed fee. Its rationale is to complement its …

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Vodafone is launching a higher-accuracy GNSS-based positioning technology for enterprises to remotely track vehicles, machines, and devices to within 10 centimetres, compared to around three metres with standard satellite systems. …

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