After a sluggish 2018, IDC predicts the growth of global IoT market will accelerate to pass the $1 trillion (€873 billion) mark in 2022.
MTS has launched its first NB-IoT network in Arsk, aimed at assisting the housing and utilities sector.
Orange has pushed back the launch of its Djingo smart speaker to spring 2019, as it announced it will provide access to Amazon's Alexa digital assistant.
Telenor has strengthened its Norwegian Internet of Things network by introducing LTE-M alongside NB-IoT.
Ericsson will provide Volvo Car Group with its connected vehicle platform after signing a five year deal with the Swedish car maker.
Vodafone, Huawei and Jaguar Land Rover have showcased how cellular vehicle to X (C-V2X) technology can broadcast short range and long range simultaneously and prevent road accidents.
Deutsche Telekom will bring LTE-M into Europe in 2019 with the operator looking to develop new use cases for the IoT technology.
Vodafone has demonstrated how LTE could be used to track and control long distance drone flights, amid European Commission hopes the technology could boost the continent's economy.
Telia Company has enabled connectivity for driverless trucks at a logistics company.
Orange has launched a LTE-M network in France and is targeting Romania and Spain by the end of this year.
Sigfox's UK operator has installed 1,000 base stations across the country, with more than three quarters of the population now able to take advantage of the technology.
Sigfox has announced new asset tracking, geolocation and gateway products as it revealed its network is now covering more than one billion people.
Telenet is building NB-IoT-powered smart parking and Wi-Fi enabled passenger analysis in the first steps of Brussels South Charleroi Airport's (BSCA) strategy to tap into the Internet of Things.
Smart home device shipments are set to grow by 55 percent to 252 million by the end of this year, underpinning a wave of new services and sources of revenue.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a solution aimed at optimising energy efficiency in buildings, in its latest foray into the Internet of Things.
Telia Company is bringing waste disposal into the Internet of Things after signing what it is claiming is Norway's largest NB-IoT contract.
Tele2 has launched a new Internet of Things (IoT) platform designed to help enterprises manage the complexity of multi-market IoT rollouts.
T-Mobile Austria and waste management company Saubermacher are piloting a connected garbage cans scheme.
Telia Company has partnered with Ericsson and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) with the intention of rolling out a live pilot 5G network at the university by the end of 2018.
Mobile operators must act now rather than wait for 5G if they want to capture a share of the smart cities market, which is expected to be worth $7.6 billion to telcos and vendors by 2023.
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