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Wireless comms in manufacturing: improving safety and efficiency

Wireless comms in manufacturing: improving safety and efficiency

Manufacturers are increasingly looking to a range of communication technologies to improve operational efficiency. Sam Fenwick learns how they also help protect both men and machines Manufacturing is a tough business. The ability to ship containers f…

Sam Fenwick, 30th January 2017
The IoT in 2017

The IoT in 2017

2017 is the year the IoT should deliver compelling services to enterprise users – but the challenges it still faces entering the rollout phase are daunting, discovers James Hayes IoT services are in a race to get the economies of scale needed…

Admin, 30th January 2017
ETSI creates new Industry Specification Group on Context Information Management

ETSI creates new Industry Specification Group on Context Information Management

ETSI has created a new Industry Specification Group on cross-sector Context Information Management (ISG CIM) for smart cities applications and beyond. Its first meeting will take placed at ETSI’s premises in Sophia Antipolis, France, on 9-10 Febru…

Sam Fenwick, 11th January 2017
JT connects Jersey to the IoT

JT connects Jersey to the IoT

Telecoms operator JT is building Jersey’s first long-range wide area network (LoRaWAN), in partnership with independent industry body Digital Jersey. LoRa allows Internet of Things-enabled devices to access the internet without the need for 3G,…

Philip Mason, 9th January 2017
IoT interoperability at CES 2017

IoT interoperability at CES 2017

Two major players in the development of the Internet of Things have announced a series of innovations around interoperability. IoT standards developer and community the ZigBee Alliance has launched dotdot, a ‘universal language’ for the IoT…

Philip Mason, 5th January 2017
Improving security with wireless technology: Better safe than sorry

Improving security with wireless technology: Better safe than sorry

Philip Mason examines how the security industry is using cutting-edge wireless technology to protect life and property in a world of constantly evolving threats The security sector has been the beneficiary of technological advances   While still …

Philip Mason, 30th November 2016
IoT: Making farming more efficient

IoT: Making farming more efficient

The pressure is on farmers to produce more food, quicker. But when it comes to adopting smart farming technology what is the best approach? Mark Venables investigates According to the UN’s Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) by 2050 the wor…

Mark Venables, 30th October 2016
Machina Research: open systems best for smart city development

Machina Research: open systems best for smart city development

Machina Research has released a white paper, The Smart City is Open, which has outlined the role of open systems as a key enabler in smart cities. The paper advocates an open systems approach to the development of smart cities to ensure the maximu…

Laurence Doe, 2nd August 2016
oneM2M Release 2 to include 'important' semantic interoperability features

oneM2M Release 2 to include 'important' semantic interoperability features

oneM2M, the global standards initiative for M2M communications and the IoT, will release its next set of official specifications in Release 2 this autumn and will include "important" semantic interoperability features – according to its&…

Laurence Doe, 28th July 2016
Juniper Research: eSIMs set to accelerate the adoption of M2M technologies

Juniper Research: eSIMs set to accelerate the adoption of M2M technologies

Juniper Research has found that eSIMs (embedded SIMs) are set to accelerate the adoption of M2M technologies while traditional SIMs will remain the most used form of connectivity hardware over the next two years in a The Future of …

Laurence Doe, 27th July 2016
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