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France-based precision agriculture startup Sencrop has raised $18 million in Series B funding, led by Israeli venture capital firm JVP. Sencrop, founded in 2016, headquartered in Lille, claims to be …

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john deere autonomous tractor

Thanks to John Deere, this stoop-dwelling, turnstile-hopping New York City kid got to ride in her first tractor! Fortunately for everyone, I didn’t have to drive it. That’s because, with …

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Network design company iBwave Solutions has introduced new software to help US enterprises dovetail their local-area private Wi-Fi and LTE/5G designs in a single platform. The solution is geared for …

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If you wanted a signpost to where industrial 5G is today, you could do worse than consider a couple of pre-Hannover Messe announcements, from Nokia about integrating Wi-Fi into its …

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Nokia has added Wi-Fi 6 and 6E to its seminal Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) private LTE and 5G networking product, available from the fourth quarter of 2022. DAC support for …

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The LoRa Alliance has announced support for Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) over LoRaWAN, allowing developers to quickly and cheaply provision and integrate internet-based IoT applications on low-power LoRaWAN networks, …

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Comcast-owned MachineQ has released a real-time location system (RTLS) for indoor asset tracking using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and LoRaWAN. The hybrid IoT solution appears to utilise BLE for indoor …

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Ericsson has restructured its business and management to reflect its new growth strategy, which hinges on private 5G and cloud services, and has set a group target of 15-18 percent …

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Finns and Aussies have combined in a high-tech Industry 4.0 pact to… brew the perfect pint of beer (naturally). As part of its long running partnership with the University of …

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India is to say ‘no’ to direct spectrum allocations to enterprises for private 5G and Industry 4.0, as provisioned in most other major industrial markets, according to reports. Instead, the …

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