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Looking to automation to maximise the potential of IoT

Gartner predicted in 2017 that there will be 20 billion connected things online by 2020. Since that prediction, we’ve seen the adoption of IoT technology meet and surpass the predictor’s expectations. The number of companies that will invest in IoT will continue to expand rapidly due to technological advancements producing sensors that are smaller, cheaper and more effective. By Simon Spring, Account Director EMEA, at WhereScape.

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Connexin to launch UK’s first IoT network nationwide

IoT and Smart City operator to expand LoRaWAN connectivity across the UK to support the development of national smart networks, a first of its kind.

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IoT could halve food wastage before the end of the decade

Real-time data tracking could spell the end of food lost or wasted in transit.

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Critical infrastructure at risk

Tridium and BACnet devices make up 65% of unprotected SCADA devices due to being frequently overlooked.

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Wireless Logic acquires Arkessa

Wireless Logic has acquired Arkessa Ltd to further strengthen its market position. This marks the latest step in Wireless Logic’s business expansion following the recent acquisition of European companies Datamobile AG and New Line Mobile BV. Backed by Montagu, Wireless Logic has acquired Arkessa from growth-focused private equity firm, ECI Partners, with the sale completed on Wednesday 9th December.

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Speedcast launches IoT platform

Speedcast International has launched a next generation Internet of Things (IoT) platform designed to simplify connectivity, provisioning, and device management through a single console. Designed for onshore and offshore customers, the next generation Speedcast IoT Center is deployed on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to increase computing power and interoperability with a variety of customer applications required by IoT solutions.

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Leading agentless device security platform provider Armis, and cloud visibility and analytics pioneer Gigamon, have introdued a joint solution that enables organisations to reduce business risk and increase security through real-time and continuous protection for managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices.
Inmarsat’s global ELERA network will enable Hiber to bring IoT solutions and services to more customers in the most remote locations across the globe.
Enables customers to localise IoT devices in the US and eliminate permanent roaming issues.
Nutanix has sponsored a new report sponsored written by The Economist Intelligence Unit entitled ‘Accelerating urban intelligence: People, business and the cities of tomorrow’, which explores expectations of citizens and businesses for smart-city development in some of the world’s major urban centres. While globally smart cities have the common goal of improving urban living, what this looks like in action varies from place to place.
The Crosser Platform for real-time analytics, automation and integration of IoT data will empower asset-rich customers of IFS’s enterprise applications for FSM, ERP and EAM to extract business value from their machine and asset data.
New GE-owned, independently run entity will be established to expand company’s leadership in IIoT market and better serve industrial customers.
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