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Leading the industrial IoT The industrial IoT and its billions of projected devices has set companies from every end of the technology spectrum on a race to become the go-to …

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connected elevator solution

 Swiss elevator manufacturer Schindler has entered a partnership with Huawei on a global connected elevator solution. Swiss elevator and escalator manufacturer Schindler runs 1.5 million elevators and escalators globally, enabling …

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3GPP IoT standards variants add to LPWAN confusion The 3GPP standardization group has introduced a number of LTE standards aimed at providing a network for IoT: Narrowband (NB) IoT, LTE Cat 1 …

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As part of China’s official 5G testing, ZTE has completed tests of a number of key 5G wireless technologies. While a 5G standard has yet to be fully specified, a …

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Drones used in precision agriculture OCEALIA Group is a French farming cooperative with 7,200 members and nearly 900 employees. Since 2015, five drone operators have been flying the group’s two AIRINOV multiSPEC 4C sensor-equipped SenseFly …

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smart cities

Mass urbanization is straining resources in metropolitan areas and having a direct impact on quality-of-life for residents. This global trend is prompting increasing investment in solutions designed to transform high …

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drone

Drones are a capitivating IoT example According to a report from retail research firm NPD group, sales of drones have more than tripled over the last year, reaching around $200 million in …

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RFID, a technology brought down by hype Radio-frequency information (RFID) was once the poster child of the industrial internet of things (IIoT), before new companies, technologies, use cases and networks …

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global IoT network

Following the launch of its global IoT network in Columbia, Sigfox claims to cover 57 percent of Latin America’s territory. Sigfox’s international expansion shows no signs of slowing down. The IoT …

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What are indoor positioning systems? Indoor positioning systems (IPS) are the indoor equivalent of what GPS offers outdoors: visibility. They are able to locate people and objects inside buildings, usually using …

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