The strengths and weaknesses of the various LPWAN tech were discussed at the European Communications/Mobile Europe Internet of Things Conference in December.
ZigBee and the Weightless SIG have introduced new features to their Internet of Things standards.
Swisscom will explore robotics, smart cities, sensors and AI as part of a new three-year research project.
Telenor Connexion will power a fleet of connected lawnmowers and associated services after signing a global deal with Husqvarna Group.
Standards agency oneM2M has launched an app registry to help accelerate the adoption of open Internet of Things systems.
Operators can put narrowband-IoT on their agendas after securing a pathway towards a 3GPP standard, a senior Vodafone Group exec has told European Communications/Mobile Europe IoT Conference.
Orange is working with Huawei on inventing more energy efficient network infrastructure, with plans to deploy it by 2020.
The standardisation of NB-IoT has been completed ahead of schedule, potentially bringing forward the launch of wide area Internet of Things networks using cellular connectivity.
Vodafone is using seals to investigate how to improve the transmission of data from the sea to land, as part of a project tracking the decline of the species.
Consumers want simplicity, savings and interoperability from IoT networks, a new report has claimed.
Orange is planning to test cellular IoT technology on its 2G and LTE networks and has expanded the reach of its Datavenue big data platform.
Mobile Europe has launched its 2015/2016 survey, which aims to uncover what the key technology priorities have been for operators in 2015 and what they expect from the year ahead.
Ericsson has forecast there will be 150 million 5G subscriptions by 2021 as it made an early call on the uptake of the technology.
Nokia Networks and SK Telecom have held the latest trial of a low-powered, LTE-based IoT network.
Speakers from Deutsche Telekom, Verizon and Vodafone are among those taking part in a Mobile Europe and European Communications event exploring the Internet of Things.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has revealed its plans for the wireless technology in 2016, claiming it will be twice as fast and boast four times the range without an increase in power consumption.
Swisscom will use Telit’s platform as it bids to offer a range of IoT services.
Equipment vendors Ericsson and Cisco are buddying up to jointly develop services for next-generation networks.
A new industry forum has been created to drive the adoption of narrowband IoT (NB-IoT), with Nokia, Vodafone and the GSMA amongst its members.
Tata Communications will deploy a LoRA-based IoT network in India after completing trials of a new LPWAN connectivity technology.
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