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South Korea based electric power equipment company LS Electric has signed up Finnish vendor Nokia to supply an analytics-based asset management platform to local power utilities. LS Electric, a division …

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Vehicle maker Ford, automotive supplier Bosch, and property developer Bedrock are combining on a demonstration project in Detroit, Michigan, to automated valet parking, so vehicles drive and park themselves in …

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Nine in 10 industrial enterprises will use edge computing by 2022, as cloud workloads shift closer to the ‘coal face’ of industry in pursuit of lower latency and higher security. …

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Blockchain-based LoRaWAN network operator and hotspot maker Helium has expanded to more than 1,000 cities in North America, and started rolling out in Europe, and announced a new deals with …

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“Productivity isn’t everything, but, in the long run, it’s almost everything.” This oft-quoted aphorism from economist and Nobel laureate Paul Krugman has new life in the shadow of Covid-19. Despite …

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Shipments of asset trackers will increase by more than 50 percent annually through 2024, driven by growth in low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks and smaller, cheaper and smarter IoT devices.  Asset …

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Semtech is offering new developer kits for LoRa-based asset tracking and smart building applications that integrate with IoT services from Amazon Web Services (AWS). California-based software firm Tensor IoT is …

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Telecoms operator du, formerly Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has partnered with Germany-based Software AG to offer a subscription-based digital-change offer to UAE based enterprises. The pair called it a …

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Softbank-backed satellite IoT startup Skylo is set to deploy 5G-ready NB-IoT chipsets that can connect via geostationary satellites, it has said. The California-based firm has teamed up with Sony Semiconductor …

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A new Bluetooth specification is being developed so wearable devices can participate in existing smartphone-based coronavirus (COVID-19) notification systems, being deployed with Bluetooth technology. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) …

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