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Some of the most interesting IoT use cases on the conference circuit in the past months have been about wildfire monitoring. Through the heat of summer, as parts of Europe …

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Australia-based semiconductor company Morse Micro, developing Wi-Fi HaLow for low-power mid-range IoT solutions, has raised $140 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Japan-based chip services company …

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The other Industry 4.0 announcement from Nokia’s enterprise group this week, ahead of Hannover Messe USA next week, is about 5G devices, plus spectrum access and new dashboarding for private …

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Some time back – actually months back, ahead of Hannover Messe 2022 – Enterprise IoT Insights caught up with Sven Hamann, chief executive at Bosch Connected Industry to discuss the …

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A couple of interesting press notes about energy harvesting in IoT modules during the past week, all originating in the Low Countries; Dutch firm Nowi, a key supplier of energy …

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South Korean tech firm Samsung has announced a tranche of new private 5G deployments in its home country, including with three public sector agencies and two private sector hospitals. All …

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In 2020, the FCC approved usage of the 900 MHz band in the U.S. for private LTE and 5G networking by energy companies, in response to a long-standing request by …

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Paris La Défense, the major metropolitan business district in Paris, has called for applicants to run 5G neutral-host and use-case trials in 26 GHz mmWave spectrum at its site in …

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US private cellular Ondas Holdings, parent of Ondas Networks, is to buy Israeli drone system and platform developer Airobotics in a $15.2 million merger acquisition. The new business will be …

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Siemens has completed its acquisition of US firm Brightly, a provider of cloud-based asset management and maintenance management software for buildings, and more broadly for built infrastructure. Brightly joins Siemens’ …

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