Huawei buys UK’s Neul to boost IoT smarts

LIAM TUNG | March 1, 2016 | 230 views

Huawei firms up its plans for a bigger push into managed IoT for mobile network operators. Chinese networking giant Huawei has acquired the UK's Neul, a pioneer in using thin slices of spectrum that wants to make the 'internet of things' (IoT) profitable and manageable for mobile network operators. The acquisition, for a reported $25m, will accelerate Huawei's presence in the growing market for IoT, giving it Neul's R&D centre in Cambridge, UK, as well as technology being used in smart city trials within the UK.

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Security Implications of Cloud-based IoT Software

Article | July 15, 2022

Physical and digital security are changing due to cloud-based IoT software, which makes it possible to combine them and use them to utilize data better. In almost every sector, data is essential to success, and security is no exception. To better understand what's going on in your business, you can combine cloud-based solutions that contain all the information on a single interface. For instance, integrating security camera feeds with cloud-based access control systems enables real-time visual identification verification. Utilizing cloud-based IoT technology also enhances productivity and enables quick replies. Combining digital and physical security, often known as security convergence, is another technique to optimize IoT and cloud-based security solutions. To guard against internet flaws and intrusions, a cloud-based physical security system needs cybersecurity software. In a similar vein, physical security measures prevent sensitive data from getting into the wrong hands. Teams for physical and cyber security might combine to provide a more comprehensive plan of action. Maintaining current versions of the technology you are using in your security plan is necessary for future-proofing your technology. To ensure that your cloud-based system has no vulnerabilities that could expose your company to cybersecurity risks, it is crucial to keep all software updated. Updates can be automated and carried out remotely with cloud-based software, requiring little effort on your part to keep your software current. You have the chance to develop a security system that is future-proof when a firm adopts cloud-based IoT technologies as part of your security plan. When organizations use IoT technology, cybersecurity is a significant concern. However, combining physical and digital security lets you ensure your cloud-based system is well-protected from vulnerabilities. In addition, your security and IT teams will be better able to manage the evolving security landscape if you combine physical and digital security ideas.

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Unlocking the IoT Potential with AI

Article | July 20, 2022

Artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly crucial in IoT applications and deployments. Over the past two years, investments and acquisitions in firms that combine AI and IoT have increased. IoT platform software from top suppliers now includes integrated AI features, including machine learning-based analytics. When artificial intelligence is linked with the internet of things, we get Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIoT). The prime motive for combining AI and IoT is that, while IoT devices are used to gather data and send it to a cloud or other location where it can be stored using the internet, AI, which is regarded as the brain of AIoT, is what actually aids in decision-making and simulates how machines would act or react. Other artificial intelligence (AI) tools, such as speech recognition and computer vision, can assist reveal patterns in data that previously needed human evaluation. AI applications for IoT-enabled companies help them avoid several issues: Preventing expensive unplanned downtime Predictive maintenance can lessen the adverse economic effects of unplanned downtime by employing analytics to anticipate equipment failure and arrange orderly maintenance processes. In order to predict equipment failure, machine learning enables the discovery of patterns in the continuous streams of data produced by today's technology. Operational efficiency advancement IoT with AI capabilities can also increase operational effectiveness. By processing continuous data streams to find patterns invisible to the human eye and not visible on simple gauges, machine learning can predict operating conditions and identify parameters that need to be adjusted immediately to maintain ideal results, just as it can predict equipment failure. Improved risk management IoT and AI-powered applications enable businesses to automate for quick reaction, better analyze and predict a range of hazards, and control worker safety, financial loss, and cyber threats. Finding an IoT system that does not incorporate AI could soon be uncommon. With the help of AI, organizations can truly enhance the potential IoT and effectively put it into use for improving the overall functioning.

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Future of Security: Cloud Based IoT Software

Article | July 11, 2022

The nature of digital and physical security is evolving as a result of cloud-based IoT software, which enables both security components to be combined and used to exploit data better. Commercial use of cloud-based IoT software is possible, and cloud-based solutions have some advantages in the area of security. IoT technology, which is essential to this development, is driving worldwide development in many areas and revolutionizing daily operations for many businesses. Data is essential to success in almost every sector, and security is no exception. To better understand what's going on in your business, you can combine cloud-based solutions that contain all the information on a single interface. For instance, integrating security camera feeds with cloud-based access control systems enables real-time visual identification verification. The Impact of Combining Physical and Cyber Security Combining digital and physical security, often known as security convergence, helps optimize IoT and cloud-based security systems. A cloud-based physical security system needs cybersecurity software to guard against internet flaws and intrusions. Similarly, physical security measures prevent sensitive data from getting into the wrong hands. Teams for physical and cyber security might combine to provide a more comprehensive action plan. The more seamlessly all physical and digital security components are linked, the more secure and future-proof a commercial system will be. When organizations use IoT technology, cybersecurity is a significant concern. However, by combining physical and digital security, organizations can make sure their cloud-based systems are well protected from vulnerabilities. In addition, the security and IT teams will also be better able to manage the evolving security landscape when the organization combines physical and digital security ideas.

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How Can Businesses Reduce IoT and IIoT Security Risks?

Article | July 6, 2022

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) markets have experienced explosive growth as a result of the digital industrial revolution that followed the COVID-19 epidemic. To fully benefit, however, organizations have had to handle security concerns associated with these revolutionary technologies. Therefore, finding the correct security strategy is crucial for any organization because of the increasing dependency on IoT and IIoT to manage essential business systems. IoT and IIoT can be implemented quickly, but they come with inherent vulnerabilities. This risks businesses from cyberthreats such as device theft, spoofing, denial of service attacks, and data breaches or siphoning. Attacks of this nature adversely affect an organization's operations, finances, safety, and reputation. Many IoT and IIoT devices have passwords hard-coded into their firmware, making it challenging to patch or update security, which is a significant problem. Even when security is deployed on a device, it can usually be bypassed by taking advantage of a variety of known weaknesses. As a result, IT teams may find it challenging to identify an occurrence when IoT or IIoT devices are compromised before affecting systems and data. Mitigating IoT and IIoT Security Risks Separate IIoT and wireless devices from the SCADA or ICS network. Micro-segmentation allows only authorized device connectivity in certain circumstances. Control network access by monitoring what connects and validating each device's security. Demand visibility across all enterprise security networks and devices. This should be centralized so all devices, networks, risks, traffic, and policies can be handled in real-time across production and IT environments. Use an intrusion protection system (IPS) to identify threats and patch IoT and IIoT devices virtually. Counter unexpected attacks with active protection and deception techniques. It's crucial to check that security solutions can grow automatically to meet business requirements before using them. This entails responding to network changes, foreseeing risks and controlling them proactively, and offering real-time threat intelligence.

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EUCAST Global & Clovity Form a Strategic Partnership to Deliver the First Ever 'IoT Private Network in a Box'

Clovity | July 12, 2022

San Francisco Bay Area based Clovity has partnered with Colorado based company EUCAST Global in a strategic move that will align the private network capabilities of EUCAST and their steadfast, reliable and low latency 5G/CBRS radio base stations with Clovity's highly capable IoT software platform. The end result is an 'IoT network in a box'. A fully deployable private network capability coupled with the software that can bring forward smart devices and aggregated data that is truly at the edge of a network. "This new strategic partnership will re-shape how we go to market with many of our industrial and smart city clients as a start. We are already seeing the synergies in providing a turn-key solution that meets the needs of clients wanting to manage their smart devices remotely by placing them onto a network that is both secure and highly scalable. Our IoT software, called CSensorNet, reads data from these devices and can display analytics right from the network using our artificial intelligence and edge component of our IoT application." Chief Strategy Officer, Chris Medina Medina further commented that, "Clients are focused on security of their network and the devices that provide critical information. This is not just on the infrastructure but also data that can be used to make real time decisions and even facilitate machine learning. More and more companies are moving to Private Networks and deploying them to capture the CBRS spectrum as a cost savings compared to big telco infrastructure and costly cellular usage fees." The global private 5G network market size was valued at USD 1.38 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 47.5% from 2022 to 2030 and the IoT market is expected to grow by USD 421.28 billion at a CAGR of 32.95% as per the latest market report by Technavio and Grandview researchers. The EUCAST and Clovity partnership seeks to capitalize on this and begin to revolutionize an already disruptive industry. More About Clovity Clovity is a San Francisco based IoT-as-a-Service platform provider powered by CSensorNet and Digital Transformation professional and managed services provider in IoT Digital, Cloud and Data who has earned the trust of top Fortune 500 Companies. Our proprietary platform CSensorNet connects companies to their assets and the world of ‘things’ around them. We have engineered our solution to provide edge computing, artificial intelligence, cloud agnostic and network, coupled with powerful data analytics and data visualization. Our deployments provide IoT capabilities in days, not months, Clovity simplifies the deployment, management & operations of IoT solutions. We operate in several models of IoT deployment, most relevant is IoT-as-a-Service. By providing all hardware, software, and professional support all for a single monthly price. Our ‘service’ includes data analytics, 24x7 tech support, hardware replenishment or replacement, on-line customer portal and a team of engineers to ensure the solutions are future proof. Whether on the forefront of working with our clients on 5G products for the next generation of Smart Cities or Smart Infrastructure, Smart Sustainable Buildings, Connected Healthcare, and Connected Spaces or developing new solutions for global Asset Tracking and Asset Management, our services can scale to meet any demand and in any vertical. We are a supplier to the Federal Government, numerous Public sector organizations and Fortune to high growth technology companies. We are minority owned business enterprise and Diversified & Inclusive certified. Clovity was selected in the top quarter of all companies award on the 2021 Inc. 5000 list, 2020 “Emerging Company of the Year for the Enterprise Market” and again in 2021 as "Global IoT Innovation Vendor of the Year” by IoT Vendor Breakthrough Awards and in the “Top 50 IoT Enterprise growth companies” for 2018 & 2019 by CIO Review Magazine.

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The IoT Community Announces Phoenix Contact as a Gold-level Corporate Member in its Elite IoT Ecosystem

The IoT Community | June 08, 2022

The IoT CommunityTM (Internet of Things Community), the world’s largest community of CXOs and IoT professionals and practitioners, announces Phoenix Contact has joined its elite IoT ecosystem as a gold-level corporate member. Phoenix Contact's Dave Eifert, Sr. Business Development Manager - IIoT, Phoenix Contact, was also appointed to the IoT Community Advisory Board. David Hill, Executive Director of the IoT Community: “We are excited to welcome Phoenix Contact to our IoT Community ecosystem as a gold-level corporate member, in addition to adding Dave Eifert to our Advisory Board. The edge is at the forefront of the IoT Community’s focus, and Phoenix Contact is significantly helping to transform the Edge of Things which makes this a great fit for our ecosystem. We look forward to working with the Phoenix Contact team, to accelerate the uptake and evolution of the industrial and enterprise edge.” Phoenix Contact is a global market leader for components, systems and solutions in the fields of electrical controls, networking and automation. Dr. Tom Bradicich, Hewlett Packard Fellow, at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and IoT Community Advisory Board Chair: “We are pleased to have Phoenix Contact join us in the IoT Community, and welcome Dave Eifert to the Advisory Board. We look forward to advancing our vision of an open, secure, and intelligent edge, collaborating across our IoT Community.” Phoenix Contact’s corporate membership adds to the elite IoT Community ecosystem, composed of the biggest names in technology and household names across the IoT industry. Over the past 7 years, the IoT Community has engaged with industry leaders to create the most compelling and trusted thought leadership content in the IoT ecosystem. “Becoming a gold member of the prestigious IoT Community is an honor for Phoenix Contact, and I am excited to join the IoT Community Advisory Board. Together, we can help share industry learnings and best practices at a core level on critical issues we see from industrial and enterprise IoT customer deployments. I look forward to working with other community members to create the framework for the IoT Community’s Converged Edge Center of Excellence.” Dave Eifert, Sr. Business Development Manager - IIoT, Phoenix Also at the IoT Slam Live conference, Eifert, and Don Dickinson, Sr. Business Development Manager – Infrastructure, Phoenix Contact USA will deliver a spotlight Keynote address titled: Practical tips to realize benefit from implementing IIoT/Digitalization. This keynote will offer tips for how to realize real business benefit from IIoT/Digitalization projects. The session will cover how to assure that the benefit is not limited to “islands”, but is scalable, and available to benefit the wider organization. The critical subject of cyber security will be considered. IoT practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge in IoT are invited to sign up for a free individual membership in The IoT Community, which has 30,000+ members. About IoT Community (Internet of Things Community) The IoT Community is the world’s largest CxO community of senior business leaders and IoT practitioners consisting of 30,000+ members. The function is to focus on adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, overcoming the variety of barriers, inhibitors, technical and operational issues. About Phoenix Contact Phoenix Contact is a global market leader based in Germany. Phoenix Contact produces future-oriented components, systems, and solutions for electrical controls, networking, and automation. With a worldwide network reaching across more than 100 countries and with over 20,300 employees, Phoenix Contact maintains close relationships with its customers. The company’s wide variety of products makes it easy for engineers to implement the latest technology in various applications and industries. Phoenix Contact focuses on the fields of energy, infrastructure, process, and factory automation.

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Hanshow Elevates Retail Digitalization with Its New IoT Platform

Hanshow | June 03, 2022

European merchants were among the first in the world to use electronic shelf labels (ESLs) to cut costs and lay the groundwork for retail digitization. The new IoT platform All-Star is being released and introduced by digital solutions provider Hanshow (EuroCIS booth - 9 D13) at this week's EuroCIS 2022 trade show, ready to drive Europe's brick-and-mortar retail into a new era of efficiency and profitability. Hanshow has been a significant driver of this transition since entering the European market in 2016, with approximately 100 million ESLs installed across the continent. Hanshow is showcasing a variety of new solutions at EuroCIS 2022, ranging from AI-powered shelf monitoring to self-checkout trolleys and in-store marketing, and is continually evolving the smart shops of the future. The IoT platform All-Star, which focuses on the retail industry and is built expressly to assist merchants extend and update their digitalization, is one of the latest innovations showcased by Hanshow at EuroCIS. All-Star provides one-stop IoT solutions ranging from IoT device management to digital operations upgrades, empowering retail customers to quickly establish IoT equipment management capabilities and be able to flexibly build business applications and integrate customized business connections to boost operation efficiency of smart stores further and elevate customer in-store experience. The AllStar platform serves as an integrated system for managing a store's full digital devices, with SaaS and private deployment options that offer unified user authentication and third-party application access integration via an open API based on HTTP. As a result, one of its key product innovations is to address the new challenges posed by the growing number of IoT devices, all of which operate on different networks and communicate using different transmission signals, as a single store may require a number of different login systems, each requiring operations personnel who are trained in each. As a result, each retail solution management platform can now be accessed through All-Star for a holistic integration of all essential business operation activities, making device maintenance substantially easier. "Hanshow has developed All-Star and the rest of its solutions specifically with global retailers in mind to achieve a more holistic form of digitalization. These new solutions, software, and transmission technologies all combine to help retailers in Europe move into an exciting new era of digitalization. This unlocks great new opportunities. We're just seeing the beginning of what's possible," Shiguo Hou In addition to the All-Star system, Hanshow has created an industry-first communications protocol that employs a single transmission frequency to communicate with all Hanshow IoT devices, reducing the number of signal frequencies required previously.

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EUCAST Global & Clovity Form a Strategic Partnership to Deliver the First Ever 'IoT Private Network in a Box'

Clovity | July 12, 2022

San Francisco Bay Area based Clovity has partnered with Colorado based company EUCAST Global in a strategic move that will align the private network capabilities of EUCAST and their steadfast, reliable and low latency 5G/CBRS radio base stations with Clovity's highly capable IoT software platform. The end result is an 'IoT network in a box'. A fully deployable private network capability coupled with the software that can bring forward smart devices and aggregated data that is truly at the edge of a network. "This new strategic partnership will re-shape how we go to market with many of our industrial and smart city clients as a start. We are already seeing the synergies in providing a turn-key solution that meets the needs of clients wanting to manage their smart devices remotely by placing them onto a network that is both secure and highly scalable. Our IoT software, called CSensorNet, reads data from these devices and can display analytics right from the network using our artificial intelligence and edge component of our IoT application." Chief Strategy Officer, Chris Medina Medina further commented that, "Clients are focused on security of their network and the devices that provide critical information. This is not just on the infrastructure but also data that can be used to make real time decisions and even facilitate machine learning. More and more companies are moving to Private Networks and deploying them to capture the CBRS spectrum as a cost savings compared to big telco infrastructure and costly cellular usage fees." The global private 5G network market size was valued at USD 1.38 billion in 2021 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 47.5% from 2022 to 2030 and the IoT market is expected to grow by USD 421.28 billion at a CAGR of 32.95% as per the latest market report by Technavio and Grandview researchers. The EUCAST and Clovity partnership seeks to capitalize on this and begin to revolutionize an already disruptive industry. More About Clovity Clovity is a San Francisco based IoT-as-a-Service platform provider powered by CSensorNet and Digital Transformation professional and managed services provider in IoT Digital, Cloud and Data who has earned the trust of top Fortune 500 Companies. Our proprietary platform CSensorNet connects companies to their assets and the world of ‘things’ around them. We have engineered our solution to provide edge computing, artificial intelligence, cloud agnostic and network, coupled with powerful data analytics and data visualization. Our deployments provide IoT capabilities in days, not months, Clovity simplifies the deployment, management & operations of IoT solutions. We operate in several models of IoT deployment, most relevant is IoT-as-a-Service. By providing all hardware, software, and professional support all for a single monthly price. Our ‘service’ includes data analytics, 24x7 tech support, hardware replenishment or replacement, on-line customer portal and a team of engineers to ensure the solutions are future proof. Whether on the forefront of working with our clients on 5G products for the next generation of Smart Cities or Smart Infrastructure, Smart Sustainable Buildings, Connected Healthcare, and Connected Spaces or developing new solutions for global Asset Tracking and Asset Management, our services can scale to meet any demand and in any vertical. We are a supplier to the Federal Government, numerous Public sector organizations and Fortune to high growth technology companies. We are minority owned business enterprise and Diversified & Inclusive certified. Clovity was selected in the top quarter of all companies award on the 2021 Inc. 5000 list, 2020 “Emerging Company of the Year for the Enterprise Market” and again in 2021 as "Global IoT Innovation Vendor of the Year” by IoT Vendor Breakthrough Awards and in the “Top 50 IoT Enterprise growth companies” for 2018 & 2019 by CIO Review Magazine.

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The IoT Community Announces Phoenix Contact as a Gold-level Corporate Member in its Elite IoT Ecosystem

The IoT Community | June 08, 2022

The IoT CommunityTM (Internet of Things Community), the world’s largest community of CXOs and IoT professionals and practitioners, announces Phoenix Contact has joined its elite IoT ecosystem as a gold-level corporate member. Phoenix Contact's Dave Eifert, Sr. Business Development Manager - IIoT, Phoenix Contact, was also appointed to the IoT Community Advisory Board. David Hill, Executive Director of the IoT Community: “We are excited to welcome Phoenix Contact to our IoT Community ecosystem as a gold-level corporate member, in addition to adding Dave Eifert to our Advisory Board. The edge is at the forefront of the IoT Community’s focus, and Phoenix Contact is significantly helping to transform the Edge of Things which makes this a great fit for our ecosystem. We look forward to working with the Phoenix Contact team, to accelerate the uptake and evolution of the industrial and enterprise edge.” Phoenix Contact is a global market leader for components, systems and solutions in the fields of electrical controls, networking and automation. Dr. Tom Bradicich, Hewlett Packard Fellow, at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and IoT Community Advisory Board Chair: “We are pleased to have Phoenix Contact join us in the IoT Community, and welcome Dave Eifert to the Advisory Board. We look forward to advancing our vision of an open, secure, and intelligent edge, collaborating across our IoT Community.” Phoenix Contact’s corporate membership adds to the elite IoT Community ecosystem, composed of the biggest names in technology and household names across the IoT industry. Over the past 7 years, the IoT Community has engaged with industry leaders to create the most compelling and trusted thought leadership content in the IoT ecosystem. “Becoming a gold member of the prestigious IoT Community is an honor for Phoenix Contact, and I am excited to join the IoT Community Advisory Board. Together, we can help share industry learnings and best practices at a core level on critical issues we see from industrial and enterprise IoT customer deployments. I look forward to working with other community members to create the framework for the IoT Community’s Converged Edge Center of Excellence.” Dave Eifert, Sr. Business Development Manager - IIoT, Phoenix Also at the IoT Slam Live conference, Eifert, and Don Dickinson, Sr. Business Development Manager – Infrastructure, Phoenix Contact USA will deliver a spotlight Keynote address titled: Practical tips to realize benefit from implementing IIoT/Digitalization. This keynote will offer tips for how to realize real business benefit from IIoT/Digitalization projects. The session will cover how to assure that the benefit is not limited to “islands”, but is scalable, and available to benefit the wider organization. The critical subject of cyber security will be considered. IoT practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge in IoT are invited to sign up for a free individual membership in The IoT Community, which has 30,000+ members. About IoT Community (Internet of Things Community) The IoT Community is the world’s largest CxO community of senior business leaders and IoT practitioners consisting of 30,000+ members. The function is to focus on adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, overcoming the variety of barriers, inhibitors, technical and operational issues. About Phoenix Contact Phoenix Contact is a global market leader based in Germany. Phoenix Contact produces future-oriented components, systems, and solutions for electrical controls, networking, and automation. With a worldwide network reaching across more than 100 countries and with over 20,300 employees, Phoenix Contact maintains close relationships with its customers. The company’s wide variety of products makes it easy for engineers to implement the latest technology in various applications and industries. Phoenix Contact focuses on the fields of energy, infrastructure, process, and factory automation.

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Hanshow Elevates Retail Digitalization with Its New IoT Platform

Hanshow | June 03, 2022

European merchants were among the first in the world to use electronic shelf labels (ESLs) to cut costs and lay the groundwork for retail digitization. The new IoT platform All-Star is being released and introduced by digital solutions provider Hanshow (EuroCIS booth - 9 D13) at this week's EuroCIS 2022 trade show, ready to drive Europe's brick-and-mortar retail into a new era of efficiency and profitability. Hanshow has been a significant driver of this transition since entering the European market in 2016, with approximately 100 million ESLs installed across the continent. Hanshow is showcasing a variety of new solutions at EuroCIS 2022, ranging from AI-powered shelf monitoring to self-checkout trolleys and in-store marketing, and is continually evolving the smart shops of the future. The IoT platform All-Star, which focuses on the retail industry and is built expressly to assist merchants extend and update their digitalization, is one of the latest innovations showcased by Hanshow at EuroCIS. All-Star provides one-stop IoT solutions ranging from IoT device management to digital operations upgrades, empowering retail customers to quickly establish IoT equipment management capabilities and be able to flexibly build business applications and integrate customized business connections to boost operation efficiency of smart stores further and elevate customer in-store experience. The AllStar platform serves as an integrated system for managing a store's full digital devices, with SaaS and private deployment options that offer unified user authentication and third-party application access integration via an open API based on HTTP. As a result, one of its key product innovations is to address the new challenges posed by the growing number of IoT devices, all of which operate on different networks and communicate using different transmission signals, as a single store may require a number of different login systems, each requiring operations personnel who are trained in each. As a result, each retail solution management platform can now be accessed through All-Star for a holistic integration of all essential business operation activities, making device maintenance substantially easier. "Hanshow has developed All-Star and the rest of its solutions specifically with global retailers in mind to achieve a more holistic form of digitalization. These new solutions, software, and transmission technologies all combine to help retailers in Europe move into an exciting new era of digitalization. This unlocks great new opportunities. We're just seeing the beginning of what's possible," Shiguo Hou In addition to the All-Star system, Hanshow has created an industry-first communications protocol that employs a single transmission frequency to communicate with all Hanshow IoT devices, reducing the number of signal frequencies required previously.

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