Homemaritime

Swedish ferry company Stena Line has deployed a dual-band LoRa/LoRaWAN-based network, with IoT gateways and devices in unlicensed spectrum, on its Stena Hollandica roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) passenger ferry, following work by …

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UK satellite communications provider Inmarsat is to launch a global narrowband network for IoT connectivity, targeting the aviation, maritime, and government sectors. The new service, which goes by the name …

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Orange has struck a deal with Luxembourg-based satellite company SES Networks to bolster its connectivity offer for the maritime industry. The French operator said integration of satellite connectivity from SES …

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T-Mobile and Tampnet have secured key 700MHz spectrum licenses for use on the Dutch Continental Shelf in the North Sea, to support 5G connectivity and digital services for oil, gas, …

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Ericsson is readying a new ‘maritime mesh network’ solution, based on LTE and 5G, as an alternative to ‘high-cost, high-latency, low-throughput’ satellite-based communication for the shipping industry, which it has …

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Panasonic Avionics selected Ericsson to provide industrial connectivity Ericsson was selected by Panasonic Avionics, a subsidiary of Panasonic, to handle connectivity services to the aviation, maritime and mining markets. Under …

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Industrial Internet of Things

An essential task Dozens of companies from around the world navigate our oceans to deliver more than 90% of the world’s cargo, according to Ericsson. And Maersk Line, a shipping …

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