Three UK and CKH Innovations Opportunities Development ( a unit of CK Hutchison’s telecom division) are piloting a low power wide area network (LPWAN).
Gartner predicts that in the longer term, connected cars will be the single biggest 5G-enabled, IoT market for network operators.
It is launching an exclusive partnership by which all Ehang drones in Germany, then Europe, will have a Vodafone SIM card.
In a field trial, existing cables acted as ‘smart city’ sensors, collecting info about traffic patterns, road conditions and capacity, and vehicle classification.
At its annual event in Seattle, Amazon announced it will be launching Sidewalk, a new low-bandwidth, long-distance wireless protocol to connect IoT devices such as trackers, sensors, lightbulbs and more.
Bengt Nordström, CEO of consulting firm Northstream, looks at 5G roll-outs around the world so far, early use cases and those to come. He outlines three primary areas where he thinks mobile operators must make big changes if they are to gain maximum benefit from 5G.
Could edge computing shift the balance of power from the big public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services to network operators and and help them address a $4 trillion market? How well do operators understand this and what are they doing about it? Sue Tabbitt investigates.
Telia is partnering with IoT platform provider, Datek, to deliver smart home services.
Telefónica has teamed up with SEAT and Spain’s Directorate General for Traffic (DGT) to deploy IoT and reduce accidents on Spanish roads.
Green bonds are to set to be increasingly used in the telecoms sector to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy efficiency.
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%.
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