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Smart IoT 2020
SMART IOT 2020
March 11-12, 2020
Smart IoT signposts how connecting things drives business value from connecting people, process, data and things. We are on the verge of global digital transformation as billions of unconnected devices become connected, allowing tapping into otherwise unused data, which is leading to a surge in valu...

IoT Tech Expo Global 2020
IOT TECH EXPO GLOBAL 2020
March 17-18, 2020
The World’s Largest Internet of Things Conference Series; the IoT Tech Expo Global event in London will bring together key industries from across the globe for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering the impact it ...

AvaLAN WIRELESS

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AvaLAN Wireless is an industry leading developer and manufacturer of long range industrial wireless radios and cryptographic technology. AvaLAN’s products are designed to enable affordable secure wireless connections in perimeter or remote locations. Specializing in Cellular and the unlicensed 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz radio bands, AvaLAN offers a family of encrypted wireless Ethernet and data communications products. AvaLAN has a market leadership position in providing solutions for surveillance video, access control, industrial automation, remote sensing and remote control markets. AvaLAN’s products are engineered to solve difficult wireless challenges for installations that require long range, interference immunity, superior reliability and uncompromising data security. AvaLAN’s products offer the ideal combination of price, range, data rate, security, interference avoidance, quality-of-service, and a simple plug and play set up with minimal user programming required. No other company matches the price-performance value characteristics of AvaLAN’s products. AvaLAN Wireless Systems, Inc. is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, with remote offices in California and Canada.
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Verizon and SAP SE today announced a collaboration that will enable applications to process data where it is generated, whether on an assembly line or from a retail store shelf. Verizon claimed this will help “businesses save time and increase productivity.” The announcement was made at Mobile World Congress Americas, being held in LA, USA. Verizon said in a press release that the companies were partnering to create enterprise solutions that use Verizon’s network and platform c...
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced six new services and capabilities for connected devices. AWS said the new offering includes AWS IoT 1-Click, AWS IoT Device Management, AWS IoT Device Defender, AWS IoT Analytics, Amazon FreeRTOS, and AWS Greengrass ML Inference....

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It is no doubt that various machinists are now enjoying the benefits of Internet of Things, in CNC manufacturing, including CNC machines and other tools as well. Just like any other breakthrough technology, it will need more time to adapt and mature, but the levels of excitement is indeed present in this case. As any production plant or manufacturing plant, the main goal is to optimize resources in the best way possible, so that not the business benefits from it, but also the customers as well. ...

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What do we need to do as an industry to secure IoT? Accenture’s latest brief, “Security Call to Action: Preparing for the Internet of Things,” says the most challenging aspects involve the IoT’s sheer expanse, and the diversity of industries and use cases it embraces. What does this mean for security? There is no one-size-fits-all solution....
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What drives the profit or loss for an IoT service? People seem to be very confused about which line item is most important here.Should you worry about which cloud service to choose? Should you subsidise the devices for the end user? Is the cost of spectrum meaningful? Which items matter in network CAPEX and OPEX? Mobile Experts has completed some ROI calculations that boil these decisions down to some simple conclusions. The choice between NB-IoT and LoRa, for example, is not simple. A NB-IoT ne...
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Owners of the Revolv connected-home hub are about to experience what may become a growing hazard of the Internet of Things: abandoned Things.

The hubs they use to control devices around their homes through a smartphone app will stop working on May 15. It seems that Nest, the division of Alphabet that acquired Revolv in 2014, thinks it has a better way to do this. So the service connected to Revolv hubs will end and the devices, which sold for a list price of US$299, will be deacti...

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EVENTS

Smart IoT 2020
SMART IOT 2020
March 11-12, 2020
Smart IoT signposts how connecting things drives business value from connecting people, process, data and things. We are on the verge of global digital transformation as billions of unconnected devices become connected, allowing tapping into otherwise unused data, which is leading to a surge in valu...

IoT Tech Expo Global 2020
IOT TECH EXPO GLOBAL 2020
March 17-18, 2020
The World’s Largest Internet of Things Conference Series; the IoT Tech Expo Global event in London will bring together key industries from across the globe for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering the impact it ...