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IoT World Forum 2015

Event date: 18-19 November, 2015
London, UK
IoT WORLD FORUM, 2015 is the world’s leading Internet of Things Conference 2015 focusing on IoT applications, IoT Solutions and IoT Companies for all verticals including  automotive, healthcare, asset and fleet management, manufacturing, security, retail point of sales, smart grid, smart metering, smart home and consumer electronics industry. (more…)

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August 6, 2015

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Asia M2M IoT Business Platform

Event date: August 25-26, 2015
Jakarta, Indonesia

The Asia M2M IoT Business Platform is one of the most comprehensive IoT and M2M events in Southeast Asia. (more…)

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IoT Evolution Conference & Expo

Event date: August 17-20, 2015
Las Vegas, Nevada

Meet with the IoT ecosystem and worldwide business leaders and learn how to leverage the power of the IoT to transform and move your business forward. Get access to five collocated events covering the most significant IoT technologies and trends as well as the most promising vertical market applications in transportation and smart home and buildings. (more…)

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Fashion designer Nicole Miller goes live with PowaTag to make instant mobile sales a reality

Fans of fashion designer Nicole Miller will be able to instantly buy her latest clothing line through their smartphones as she partners with innovative mobile app PowaTag. The solution will enable users to buy all items on show directly from the website when browsing on NicoleMiller.com. (more…)

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July 2, 2015

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Robin Duke-Woolley

Does M2M Really Need an Embedded SIM Standard?

The mobile market has been using the removable SIM card since 1991, where it is mandatory for GSM devices. These are ideal for mobile handsets, which are typically bought through specialist retail outlets that set up the handset onto the network chosen by the user. (more…)

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Robin Duke-Woolley

KORE Acquires RACO Wireless: M2M Network Providers on the Rise

The acquisition of RACO Wireless by KORE Wireless Group, announced today, is significant within the M2M market. The combined business will rival many Mobile Network Operator M2M business units in terms of numbers of connections served. (more…)

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Robin Duke-Woolley

What do M2M Users Really Want? – IMC Survey

We have been working with the IMC – International M2M Council – on a large survey of adopter members which has just been published. The findings from this are revealing and help to confirm important trends going on in the M2M market that we have also measured elsewhere in other research activities and survey work. (more…)

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Telit

FastTrack company using Telit modules to end luggage loss and traveler frustration

Telit Wireless Solutions, enabler of the Internet of the Things (IoT), has announced that FastTrack, a player in electronic bag tags and track & trace solutions for travellers, has designed its new Eviate eTrack solution using Telit’s HE910-D and SE868 V2 GPS receivers. (more…)

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June 18, 2015

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ITU

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has a series of study groups withing its Telecommunications Standardisation Sector (ITU-T). These groups assemble experts from around the world to develop international standards known as ITU-T Recommendations which act as defining elements in the global infrastructure of information and communication technologies (ICTs). (more…)

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March 30, 2015

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Robin Duke-Woolley

IoT Security: Are We Ready for Billions of Connected Devices?

There is a lot of focus on IoT security right now and many claims of complete end-to-end solutions. In general, though, these solutions are essentially unique to each individual supplier and often built with relatively small numbers of connected devices in mind – perhaps a few tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands at most for a single enterprise user. (more…)

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September 5, 2014

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