UK regulator Ofcom has revealed plans to extend its support to the Internet of Things (IoT) to help facilitate the take-off of the technology in the United Kingdom.
One in five cars will be connected by 2020, a new report has claimed, leading to more than a quarter of a billion networked vehicles on our roads.
Telekom Austria Group is working with car manufacturer Porsche to develop connected car services centred on the open platform DiBox.
Global SIM shipments were estimated to be 5.2 billion in 2014 as LTE, NFC and M2M technologies emerged as the prevailing trends in the telco market, new research has revealed.
The enthusiasm around the Internet of Things dominated this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) where connectivity was showcased in a myriad of ways, from buttons to BMWs, chipsets, helmets and water heaters.
Gemalto, Sierra Wireless and Telit are set to reap the rewards of explosive growth in the mobile M2M module market over the next three years, when it is expected to treble to $4.5 billion (€3.8 billion).
One problem with safety products of any type is you are effectively selling the "worst case scenario".
Telit, Telenor Connexion and Allianz Telematics have implemented a “network friendly mode” for the Internet of Things to help ensure optimal performance of connected devices.
Radio frequency and cellular technologies will eat into the dominance of power line-based smart lights, with the total installed base set to grow from two million to 40 million by 2019, new research has claimed.
Ford has unveiled a far-reaching connected car initiative at CES that aims to drive innovation and address new challenges in future transportation.
BlackBerry has launched its Internet of Things platform, with the smartphone maker highlighting its security, data mining and analytics features.
Connected home products were to the fore on the second day of CES.
A new consortium has been launched to help enable the Internet of Things (IoT) with a new global standard for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs).
The connected car is proving a focal point for manufacturers at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, with Broadcom, Samsung and Qualcomm all making announcements in automotive connectivity.
Samsung sang from the collaboration hymnsheet at this year's CES, arguing for a collaborative and people focused attitude towards the Internet of Things, as Qualcomm revealed a new smart lighting concept.
Cisco has launched an analytics service to help organisations extract and interpret big data from connected devices.
Infrastructure company Arqiva and IoT specialist Sigfox have gone live with their first 10 smart city sites across the UK.
Broadcom has extended its IoT portfolio after introducing the industry’s first dual-band Wi-Fi audio chip and integrating NFC.
Cisco has launched a joint venture with household appliances company Bosch and technology company ABB to build an open software platform for the smart home.
Telenor Connexion, the M2M arm of the Norway-based operator, has developed a new product to help companies handle large-scale IoT SIM deployments.
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