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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  The two companies initially deployed an IoT-based solution for the city of Las Vegas   Iteris, a U.S company that focuses on applied informatics for transportation and agriculture, has …

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Sigfox IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailInternational carrier services company BICS has gone from a useful clearing house for airtime to a close strategic partner for communications providers of every type. Importantly, the company can bring …

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Oracle IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  The new release includes support for smart meters and industrial IoT as well as wearables and automotive   Oracle announced the general availability of Java Card 3.1, the latest …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote, this is the second part of a feature/interview Sigfox; click the link for the first, about the company’s ‘Zero-G’ strategy and global rollout plans. When it comes to wireless …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailA major new internet of things (IoT) project has launched in London to investigate improve the city’s toxic air. The initiative, Breathe London, claims “the world’s most advanced and comprehensive …

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AWS IoT

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  Bsquare selected AWS as it preferred cloud services provider for its DataV suite   Industrial internet of things company Bsquare says it is collaborating with Amazon Web Services to …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailCoexistence is key to ensuring stable and reliable functional performance of your IoT device and is the only way to accurately evaluate and maintain its performance.    To locate and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailIoT networking company Sigfox has big plans for 2019. Every IoT company does, of course, but the French firm has set a target to secure ‘global’ coverage by setting up …

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IoT Gemalto

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail  The study said that organizations believes blockchain technology would be ideal to solve security concerns in the IoT field   Nearly half of businesses — 53% — cannot detect …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe City of Dallas has appointed its first chief innovation officer (CINO) to lead its newly created ‘office of innovation’ and drive “operational and technological improvements” in the city. The …

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