- Current, AT&T Build IoT Platform to Support Atlanta's Smart-City Program
The collaboration is transforming the city's existing street-lighting infrastructure into a sensor-enabled data network that will accelerate the digital era of urban development.
- CPqD Creates Open-Source IoT Platform
Thanks to an investment from FUNTTEL, the dojot platform was created with the goal of generating solutions for smart cities in Brazil.
- Digital Future a Fragile Mix of Promise and Uncertainty, Says Global Internet Report
The study, from The Internet Society, highlights the need to do more to prepare the Internet for the future.
- Sequans, STMicroelectronics Intro LTE Tracker Platform to Connect and Locate Objects
The CLOE system uses Internet of Things technologies to simplify the development of LTE-based tracker devices for the logistics, consumer electronics and automotive sectors.
- Mojix Merges With CXignited to Build Global Retail Solutions Presence
The newly combined entity will provide a wide array of RFID and Internet of Things solutions for retailers, brands and manufacturers.
- IOT News Roundup
AKUA selects Integron to provide global wireless connectivity for its IoT supply chain solutions ••• Inmarsat says IoT data could revolutionize global transport sector, restricted access may limit potential ••• WiSilica's health-care IoT, smart-lighting solutions support new Bluetooth mesh-networking standard ••• Actility selects Stripe as payments partner to power U.S. and global expansion for ThingPark Market ••• SURE Universal offers IoT smart-home solution for set-top box market ••• Hazelcast IMDG, Apache Cassandra partner on real-time smart meter IoT platform ••• Qorvo multi-channel IoT transceiver certified for Thread protocol ••• Acuity Brands offers street-lighting network solution using Silver Spring Networks platform to enable IoT infrastructure ••• OSIsoft, Shell signs enterprise agreement for worldwide operation.
- Identiv, S+P Samson GmbH Partner on Thin RFID Labels for Medical Devices
Working with hospitals and Identiv, S+P Samson has developed a thin, small ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID label that can be affixed to stainless steel and plastics, such as medical instruments.
- Laura Borgstede Launches IoT Thought Leadership Board With Help from Industry Influencers
Borgstede is collaborating with James Brehm of James Brehm & Associates, Carl Ford of Crossfire Media, Jim Morrish, formerly of Machina Research, and John Feland of Argus Insights.
- AT&T Launches First LTE-M Pilots in Mexico for Internet of Things
The company has completed pilots in Tijuana and Puebla, as well as the first LTE-M international data session between the United States and Mexico.
- Taoglas Launches UWB Antenna Range for Indoor Positioning
The antennas are designed to enable centimeter-level indoor positioning and angle-of-arrival applications, including asset tracking, follow-me drones, health-care monitoring, smart-home services and other applications.
- ABRFID Announces Winners of Its 2017 IoT RFID Awards
The first edition of the prize was handed out to companies in three vertical categories, as well as in the GS1 EPCglobal category. In addition, an award was given to an outstanding professional who has helped to develop Brazil's RFID ecosystem.
- CalAmp Launches Comprehensive Telematics Suite for Connected Asset Management
The software-as-a-service solution blends insights and intelligence from diverse data points for a comprehensive view of mobile assets, connected workforces and integrated supply chains.
- IoT News Roundup, Part Two
Oracle, Mitsubishi Electric collaborate to develop IoT platform for smart manufacturing ••• IOTA, Evernym launch collaboration aimed at making Internet of Things more secure ••• Ericsson, Qualcomm Technologies complete CAT-M1 Test for Internet of Things in Africa ••• 451 Research finds IoT impacting IT infrastructure from edge to cloud ••• Wibu-Systems joins Dell IoT Solutions Partner Program ••• Kerlink, YEAP! team up to roll out Argentina's first LoRaWAN IoT network ••• Silicon Labs collaborates with Microsoft on Internet of Things solutions.
- Australian Entertainment Company Expanding RFID-Enabled Kiosks
The Franchise Entertainment Group kiosks use HF RFID technology and a cellular connection with Canopy software from Banyan Hills Technology to manage approximately 1,300 kiosks at which movies are rented throughout Australia and New Zealand.