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industrial automation

To further explore the intersection of 5G and manufacturing, register for the 5G Manufacturing Forum.    Industrial automation, through the use of control systems, enables manufacturers to increase productivity and …

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Vodafone has launched a new IoT platform for UK water companies to consolidate data from disparate industrial sensors and systems into a single management plane. The solution, which wraps in …

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IoT

Internet of Things (IoT) spending in Europe is expected to reach $202 billion in 2021 and will continue to experience double-digit growth through 2025, according to a recent report by …

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IoT device maker MultiTech Systems has acquired LoRaWAN device vendor Radio Bridge for an undisclosed fee. The deal positions MultiTech to provide “everything from” sensors, embedded communications devices, modems and …

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smart city

  U.S. firm CIMCON, which provides smart city technologies, announced that the Suffolk County Council in the U.K. has selected its NearSky smart city platform and smart lighting controls. The …

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New Zealand IoT

  New Zealand operator Spark turned on 5G in downtown Auckland and inked a partnership with Auckland Transport (AT) to showcase IoT technology, the carrier said in a release. Under …

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Cisco IoT sensors

    Cisco announced the availability of two new cloud-managed sensor solutions with the aim of helping businesses simplify asset and facility monitoring across their organizations. Cisco noted that many …

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IoT

  Telecommunications infrastructure operator Cellnex Telecom and IoT connectivity company Everynet have put together a deal to jointly promote the roll out of new internet of things networks in Italy, …

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asset monitoring

  Canadian company Rogers for Business and Roambee announced a strategic collaboration to provide Canadian businesses with real-time monitoring for shipments and assets. With COVID-19 continuing to have an impact on the …

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The rail transport division of Japanese industrial conglomerate Hitachi Group has announced a deal to acquire UK-based rail technology firm Perpetuum for an undisclosed fee. Perpetuum, based in Southampton, offers …

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