Infrastructure IOT News

  • Great River Energy Fosters Secure, Smart Grid

    The electricity cooperative recently selected Full Spectrum to provide its wireless data communications backbone to support critical communications and smart-grid applications.

  • How Glanbia Uses Asavie's Tech to Connect Fleets, Factories, Farmers and Retailers

    An Irish manufacturer of nutritional supplement and dairy products uses Asavie's technology to add visibility to the beginning and end of its supply chain.

  • Busses Inch Toward Autonomous Operation

    Transit agencies are beginning to rely on IoT networks to improve safety and offer commuters new, energy-efficient modes of transport.

  • How Dublin Became a Smart City, Part One

    This series examines how wooing major technology firms and supporting academic researchers is helping to transform the Irish capital.

  • Columbus Wins DOT's Smart City Challenge

    The Midwestern city beat out Austin, San Francisco, Portland and three other tech-savvy cities, winning $50 million to fund connected-technology improvements to its transportation infrastructure.

  • Senet Network Hits 100-City Mark

    The company is deploying its low-power wide-area network through the use of what it calls macrocells and microcells, aiming to support IoT applications ranging from the agriculture industry to the oil and gas industry and smart-city projects.

  • 75F Rethinks Heating and Cooling With IoT-based Solution

    The Minnesota-based firm uses room-level sensors and weather data to provide granular controls for HVAC systems in commercial buildings.

  • IOT News Roundup

    HP-Intel IoT partnership; Sierra Wireless' AirLink Raven RV50 M2M gateway; Hirschmann's asset-tracking modules; Bluetooth spec upgrades for 2016; Sigfox comes to Ireland; STMicroelectronics' new secure microcontrollers.

  • Jakarta IOT-enabling 10,000 Streetlights

    With technology from gridComm and LED company Siklon Energy Nusantara, the Indonesian city can remotely view street lamp functionality and adjust the lighting's intensity.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Device Solutions' LoRa system for end-to-end automation; ARM's embed IOT suite; Ericsson-Cisco partnership; Virtual Software Systems' cybersecurity solution; Ingenu's 30-city rollout; Juniper's smart-toy study; Proximus deploying LoRa in Belgium, Luxembourg.

  • Verizon Lowers Cost, Technology Barriers to IoT Development

    The telecom provider has rolled out a new Internet of Things development platform called ThingSpace and has halved the cost of a cellular modem for IoT devices. Early next year, it will also launch a bespoke IoT network infrastructure.

  • Sigfox Launches U.S. Network With San Francisco Pilot

    The low-power, long-range IoT network covers the entire city, but applications that will leverage it have yet to be announced.

  • IOT News Roundup

    PTC sees bright future with Vuforia acquisition; Beecham Research predicts robust growth for Low-Power Wide Area Networks; HyperCat Consortium launches smart city project incubator; Renesas Electronics America adds Icon Labs' Floodgate security to its IoT-focused platform.

  • IoT Lights Up Streets With Smart City Initiative

    San Jose, Calif., has installed intelligent lighting from Owlet, using Digi's Smart City sensors and software to manage light levels and track outages.

  • Six Questions for IoT Security Expert Dan Lohrmann

    Whether you're instrumenting your factory with sensor networks or designing a consumer product that leverages Internet of Things technology, Security Mentor's chief security officer says you need to set your security strategy early.

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