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US IoT provider Senet has struck a deal with Canada-based Lorax Systems, a safety and environmental solutions company, around utility monitoring against natural gas incidents. The companies have certified Lorax’s …

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Sweden-based IoT operator Netmore Group, new parent of Nordic IoT Networks, has said it is building a nationwide LoRaWAN network in Ireland, starting in Dublin. The rollout is part of …

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Chinese manufacturer Wasion and French IoT software provider Acklio have introduced an electricity meter supporting Device Language Message Specification (DLMS) communications over low-power wide-area (LPWA) networking protocol LoRaWAN. The release …

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Semtech Corporation is working with Germany-based IoT blockchain group MXC Foundation to deploy open networks using LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol. The deal will see MXC users bring LoRaWAN …

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The LoRa Alliance is working with SNCF to monitor rail assets in France and test the feasibility of adding LoRaWAN as a carrier tech in GS1 standards. It is engaged …

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Toronto-based low-power IoT challenger BehrTech has launched a low-cost gateway for ultra narrowband IoT networks under its MYTHINGS brand. The new product, from Germany-based IoT manufacturer WEPTECH, is the first …

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Note, this article is continued from a previous post, entitled ‘IoT is not about LoRa vs Sigfox anymore; it is about Design Process X vs Design Process Y’. Click here …

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The low-power wide-area (LPWA) end of the IoT sector is characterised by the capabilities and limitations of its main connectivity technologies. But this is wrong. These technologies – the likes …

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Sigfox co-founder and chief executive Ludovic Le Moan has stepped down from the French IoT firm with immediate effect. He has been replaced by Jeremy Prince, who has served as …

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Deutsche Telekom is working with The Things Industries (TTI), the industrial solutions division of LoRaWAN network provider The Things Network (TTN), to combine licensed and unlicensed low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies …

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