The global partnership could help lower insurance costs, monitor infrastructure for cities and utilities, create accurate maps and help plan smart cities.
The Vodafone Business and IBM venture, launched earlier this year, is to provide cloud and digital services for National Express, which offers services in eight countries.
Professor John Davies, Chief Researcher, Applied Research, BT, talked to Annie Turner about the role for telecoms companies in the IoT ecosystem we call smart cities and the opportunities beyond connectivity.
Will operators ever give up control and invite the wider world to join them in driving new digital service innovations using standards-based APIs? By Sue Tabbitt.
Initial market growth will not take away from low-power wide area network (LPWAN) sector, but competition will become hostile in the later part of the forecast period.
Stefano Gastaut, CEO, Vodafone IoT, talks to Annie Turner about the key role of telecom infrastructure in smart cities, and how well the two parties understand each other.
UK alternative fibre network provider worked with Cross Keys Homes (CKH) and Comms 365 to set up IoT test beds.
Steady commercial and consumer adoption will drive worldwide spending on the IoT to $1.1 trillion (€0.97 trillion) in 2023.
The aim is to enable low power IoT devices to operate efficiently on multiple networks in those territories.
Berg Insight's new report covering cargo tracking found the market is growing at an annual compound rate of 27.3%.
Telefónica will be the IoT and network connectivity partner for Schindler’s digital offering for smart elevators and escalators – Schindler Ahead.
The number of devices connected to the internet reached 22 billion worldwide at the end of 2018, according to the latest research from Strategy Analytics.
Research from Strategy Analytics says edge computing is now used, in some form, by 44% of firms.
The global number of cellular IoT subscribers increased by 70% during 2018 to reach 1.2 billion, according to a new report from Berg Insight.
Telenor Connexion says enterprise IoT data will generate more value than consumer data, due to privacy issues with the latter.
Telefónica has launched a new Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Unit, combining the operator’s capabilities in both fields.
Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) reports a least one such network in 52 countries worldwide.
The companies say it will offer operators better visibility, customer service and control of the data flowing across their interconnected networks.
BT has secured a deal with Northumbrian Water to deliver an IoT pilot project in the North East of England.
The companies are extending their previous collaboration efforts around integrated SIM (iSIM) tech.
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