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Toronto-based BehrTech, licensee of the new MIOTY low-power wide-area (LPWA) technology, has come out swinging, it says, both as it gathers business from incumbent LPWA rivals and as it sets …

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Schneider Electric and ThoughtWire combine digital twins for hospitals French firm Schneider Electric is partnering with Canadian IoT platform provider ThoughtWire on data integration and digital twins for the healthcare …

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Toronto based LPWA challenger BehrTech has released a new wireless smart sensor for environmental monitoring in industrial IoT setups under its MYTHINGS brand. As with all its MYTHINGS family, the …

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BehrTech is a Toronto-based industrial IoT connectivity provider claiming a “disruptive” streak in the burgeoning low-power wide-area (LPWA) networking market. The company has just issued a (privately commissioned, independently researched) …

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Buildings and transportation use cases are well served by combining unlicensed Wi-Fi and LoRaWAN, according to a new white paper from the two organisations responsible for developing and promoting the …

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IoT connectivity provider Senet has struck a deal with systems integrator SimplyCity to enable LoRaWAN for city councils in Australia, geared towards applications including energy metering, control systems, street lighting, …

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Semtech said that IoT gateway company Definium Technologies has deployed a new enterprise-grade, statewide network in Tasmania, Australia, based on Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol. Semtech said that the network facilitates …

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Note this is a serialised version of an editorial report, called LPWA connectivity in IoT – who is winning what?’. It is continued from a previous instalment, which can be …

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Note this is a serialised version of an editorial report, called LPWA connectivity in IoT – who is winning what?’. It is continued from a previous instalment, which can be …

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Note this is a serialised version of an editorial report, called LPWA connectivity in IoT – who is winning what?’. It is continued from a previous instalment, which can be …

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