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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLow-power wide-area (LPWA) networking technologies like LoRaWAN and NB-IoT, among others, are helping farmers to connect their work to the internet, as we have heard. This connectivity provides a platform …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAT&T, KPN, Orange and Swisscom have switched on LTE-M roaming across their respective IoT networks in North America and Europe. The deal means LTE-M modules activated with any of the …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Japanese tech giant Panasonic has announced its plans to ramp up its smart factory solutions business in India. The company said in a release that it has integrated its …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailDeutsche Telekom has teamed up with logistics company Rhenus and the Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics (Fraunhofer IML) to develop an NB-IoT connected smart bins for disposing of …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe biggest fragmentation in smart agriculture is with base-line connectivity, which establishes the platform for the analytics and automation tools that will change farming. “Connectivity is a neccessary evil,” says …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe LoRa Alliance has expanded its LoRaWAN certification programme to simplify and reduce testing for device makers and network operators. A single certification process will cover conformance, interoperability, and radio-frequency …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail Chinese internet giant Tencent and Siradel, which provides advanced wireless network design and smart city planning tools, have partnered on the design of a LoRa network in key areas …

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smart port

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail The port of Rotterdam, one of the largest ports in Europe, has kicked off a project in which a smart container will be traveling around the world in a …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailManufacturing has come full circle, from craft production in the first industrial age, through mass production in the global age, and a new compulsion towards hyper-customisation and the idea of …

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smart factory steel

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLess than five per cent of data generated by manufacturing plants is used to bring insights and improve operations, according to a study by Frost & Sullivan. Sensors and other …

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