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AirPrime® HL Series supports LTE-M (Cat-M1/eMTC), NB-IoT (Cat-NB1), and 2G global networks in a compact CF3® module for low power IoT applications. Sierra Wireless today announced the industry’s...

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Frost & Sullivan reveals participants with single complementing competencies will join forces to protect market share and boost customer value. Coupled with rapidly advancing Internet of Things...

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An article by Marc, Editor at IoT Business News. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is growing at the speed of light — partly thanks to lasers and photonics. Manufacturers interested in becoming...

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150K to hundreds of thousands of PST telematics devices connected by Telit IoT modules today to be powered by the Telit deviceWISE platform. Device management pilot to enable global expansion and new...

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Jeff Miller is vice president of PTC’s IoT Transformation Advisory Practice. He and his team help companies maximise the value of their investments in IoT technologies and solutions through transformation...

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As competition in the mining sector intensifies, businesses involved in the industry are banking on the IoT to maintain a competitive edge and retain their market share. Inmarsat’s most recent report,...

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In my last blog, I touched on 2017 drawing to an end, with the anticipation of another exciting year of innovation and transformation ahead for financial institutions. Continuing that theme, here are my...

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If you want to create your own custom PCBs, you could design it and wait for a fab house to send it back, dealing with any errors, or you could do it yourself. Hacker Andras Kabai decided to go for the...

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Years ago, if you wanted to track employee hours, you needed to have them punch a time card. Saunders Machine Works, however, uses a facial recognition system running on an iPad for this purpose, meaning...