The trial will start in Germany, early in 2021, with enterprise participants including Dedrone, Digital Barriers, Groopview, and Unleash live, with HERE Technologies.
The UK opco announces new IoT services which also have a green tinge.
LACROIX Group is running 5G to test the benefits at its electronics division's plant at Montrevault-sur-Evre, France.
Juniper Research finds smart factories are becoming reality, and will account for 60% of IoT connections worldwide.
The research house reckons that by 2023, a third of those that deploy IoT will have used it in conjunction with AI.
Global comms provider BICS is partnering telematics software provider Gurtam to provide IoT asset monitoring and fleet management on a global scale.
The aim is to simplify the technology’s development, deployment and interoperability.
Even so, Nokia’s 2020 Threat Intelligence Report mostly found falling infection rates in mobile networks but expects a rise next year as 5G is more widely deployed.
Deployment of the Swedish vendor’s standalone core technology will start underway later this year.
Vehicle makers Toyota and Mazda will deploy connected car capabilities for better customer experience on a platform that covers 63 countries and territories.
As Telefónica rolls out 5G across Spain, the provider chose Juniper’s Security Gateway to safeguard traffic and protect infrastructure.
The growth is driven by many verticals’ new urgency to digitalise in the pandemic era, after a slowdown in spending on tech this year.
The networks will use Everynet’s LoRaWAN technology, deployed across Cellnex’s mesh of infrastructure.
The open IoT standards organisation establishes new forum dedicated to European market needs, regulations, events and more.
Earlier this year Microsoft’s acquisition of Metaswitch and Affirmed Networks were a statement of intent concerning the software giant’s ambitions in the telecoms market.
The two ran a successful pilot using IoT and wearable sensors to monitor the crew's proximity to heavy machinery in support of De Beers’ ‘zero harm’ health and safety objectives.
The operator says this will particularly benefit companies like architectural and engineering firms which use resource-intensive applications.
Vodafone joins project to research and test 5G's potential role in enabling autonomous passenger ferries, port logistics and sailing events on the Kiel Inner Fjord.
Vivo, Telefónica Group’s Brazilian subsidiary, has extended its contract for the Netcracker Revenue Management and Service Activation platforms.
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