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We are a little slow off the mark with this one, but there was a notable missive last week from Amazon about IoT network-building in the US, as the firm …

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Satellite IoT is everywhere, suddenly. Further to Inmarsat’s L-band satellite IoT solution with energy firm RWE in the UK, and LoRaWAN outfit Senet’s arrangement on satellite IoT tracking with Eutelsat …

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California-based chipmaker Semtech, which owns and licences the non-cellular low-power wide-area (LPWA) LoRa technology and LoRaWAN protocol, has released a software upgrade for LoRa integrated circuits (IC) and gateways to …

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Comcast-owned LoRaWAN operator MachineQ has developed an outdoor asset tracking solution for inventory management with US-based IoT hardware developer CoreKinnect. The pair have deployed more than 325,000 of the devices, …

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There is an increasing requirement for sensing and monitoring technologies to support a more sustainable world. With resources in increasingly short supply, monitoring the use of those resources becomes even …

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A team of scientists in Europe has bounced a LoRa message off the Moon. The feat sets a new distance record of 730,360 kilometres for the distance travelled by a …

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Various updates from LoRa-land, and beyond… Semtech, the owner of LoRa tech and licensing, said environmental IoT provider ICT International, is using LoRa-based devices on LoRaWAN networks to improve urban …

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This article is continued from a previous entry, covering key NB-IoT challenges 1-5 (available here) and key NB-IoT challenges 6-10 (available here). All of these articles are taken from a …

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Semiconductor maker Semtech has announced a new LoRa-based solution, combining a power-efficient microcontroller and an edge tracker module, that harvests ambient energy from the environment to preclude the need for …

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Massive IoT? What a joke. Except no one in the business of massive IoT is laughing, because no one has given up on it. And because everyone is too busy …

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