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Note this story is continued from a previous post, asking if it is ‘time for Sigfox and LoRaWAN to call a truce – and team up’. The previous entry can …

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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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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 is to migrate its entire IoT infrastructure to Google Cloud, the company has said. Until now, Sigfox has managed its core network infrastructure and data services from its own …

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After initially taking a massive hit on IoT spending across the globe, Covid-19 is actually offering more opportunities for the industry as it bounces back. The need for remote technology …

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2020 has seen the greatest acceleration of digital transformation and automation in history. As the world looks to emerge from Covid-19, the reality that this will not be the last …

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As IoT deployments continue to scale and solution requirements become more predictable, the market will recognize the clear distinction between carrier-grade low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks and those that fail to …

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Jon Lewis, director of strategy at UK-based smart street lighting company Telensa highlights a dozen tech trends to watch for in the year ahead. Here goes… 1 | The ‘smart …

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From a global pandemic, and a run on certain goods (like toilet paper), to severe natural disasters and more, everyone can agree that nothing in 2020 went according to plan. …

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The LoRaWAN low-power wide-area IoT connectivity protocol has been integrated into Amazon Web Services’ cloud-based IoT core network server. The news comes as the LoRaWAN community pushes Amazon to re-think …

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