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IoT Hub | February 03, 2020
The Victorian Government has chosen NNNCo to deliver a Low Power Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) that will cover 5,000 square kilometres in four regional areas. The network will be part of Victoria’s On-Farm IoT Trial, which will test Internet of Things (IoT) technology over a two-year period. NNNco will work with Agriculture Victoria to deliver the network.The trial aims to provide IoT network coverage to about 600 farms in areas around Maffra, Tatura, Serpentine and Birchip. We are funding I...
Scope AR | June 03, 2022
Scope AR today announced the launch of WorkLink IoT, a platform service that enables real-time data connectivity within industrial environments for augmented reality experiences. The service enhances WorkLink, its end-to-end enterprise AR platform, with Internet of Things- (IoT-) enabled devices and real-time data fabrics. The launch marks the first-ever offering of IoT connected data in a no-code AR platform.
WorkLink IoT will become a critical component of the AR-enabled digital...
Quectel | June 22, 2022
The new BG773A-GL ultra-compact LTE Cat M1, NB1 and NB2 module from Quectel Wireless Solutions support integrated SIM (iSIM) technology. For integrators and IoT service providers, the iSIM functionality of this new module offers enormous flexibility and simplicity since, in effect, it makes it possible for a device with a single stock-keeping unit (SKU) number to have the proper connection to serve its demands internationally. Finally, this eliminates the requirement for country-specific SIM car...
Security News Desk | January 14, 2020
41 billion IoT connected devices have failed to materialise, potentially representing the biggest missed prediction in the history of IT, Eseye a leader in ubiquitous global IoT connectivity, has uncovered. In 2010, Ericsson predicted that 50 billion devices would be connected by 2020, a prediction echoed by Cisco in 2011. Yet, despite the enthusiasm for IoT, current estimates identify the true figure to be closer to 9 billion, with many of those being mobile phones. Eseye has subsequently ident...
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