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Ericsson plans first Smart Factory in the U.S.

Ericsson plans first Smart Factory in the U.S.

Ericsson announced plans to build a fully-automated smart factory in the US. In it, Advanced Antenna System radios that help extend network capacity and coverage will be produced, as well as 5G radios for urban areas.

Welcome to the IoT Business Magazin 2/2018

Welcome to the IoT Business Magazin 2/2018

Smart Communication Smart Lifestyle Smart Solutions Smart Industry – The IoT Business Magazine Cloud-Computing and AI-Technology Behind the scenes Smart People All over the world, brilliant individuals are hard at work creating the technologies and solutions that will one day make the Internet of Things come alive.We visited a few […]

Device Security: Race to the Edge

Device Security: Race to the Edge

Analytics services are moving to the edge but ensuring the physical security of edge devices can be a real headache. Device Security providers often take very different approaches to securing the edge, and finding the right strategy for enterprises and organizations will vary by IoT business case, not to mention risk management.

The Future of IoT: Internet of Things and its Discontents

The Future of IoT: Internet of Things and its Discontents

Technology is making it ever easier to build an IoT network. Integrated automation solutions will potentially link systems and applications and, indeed, almost everything. Whether this represents progress or, on a more practical note, whether people affected by this change will accept it is an open question – The Future of IoT.

Airborne Networks: Drones to the rescue

Airborne Networks: Drones to the rescue

Out of the ashes of disaster, drones are rising to the challenge of setting up communications to help the rescue services fighting to save lives in the most trying of environments.

Interview with Marcus Weldon –  Nokia Bell Labs

Interview with Marcus Weldon – Nokia Bell Labs

Marcus Weldon was appointed as the 13th president of Bell Labs, the research arm of Alcatel-Lucent, in 2013 and became the corporate chief technology officer of Nokia when Bell Labs was acquired as part of the Alcatel-Lucent takeover in 2016.

IoT and Commercial Insurance: Disruption insured

IoT and Commercial Insurance: Disruption insured

Digital disruption is about to hit commercial insurers full force as the industry prepares to undergo major transformation. IoT will be at the heart of many of the new initiatives as insurance firms find new ways of using IoT data to assess customers, reduce premiums, and provide real-time warnings.

Asset Tracking: Thundercomm Teaming up with Microsoft

Asset Tracking: Thundercomm Teaming up with Microsoft

Asset Tag device at the Microsoft Build Conference. The device allows customers to locate, record and conduct data for asset tracking with on-demand frequency and very low power consumption.

Industrial IoT: Cisco and Snam Join Forces

Industrial IoT: Cisco and Snam Join Forces

Cisco and Snam, Europe’s leading natural gas utility, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop joint research, development and innovation initiatives in the Industrial IoT sector.

Smart City Infrastructure and Data Solutions

Smart City Infrastructure and Data Solutions

Samsung’s digital arm, Samsung SDS, and Telensa, provider of smart street lighting and city data, announced a co-operation on smart city projects.