Satellite Connectivity for Critical, Global Asset-Tracking

Inmarsat

It’s becoming easier than ever to integrate higher-end satellite connectivity with cellular and other technologies, and in doing so, to instantly increase the footprint and reliability of your connectivity solution many fold. At the same time, new service offerings not only allow for improved data analytics, but also bring service prices down. Some analysts predict that the number of satellite-based connections for IoT will increase by 80% between 2016 and 2023, with much of the growth coming from cargo and transportation applications. Here’s what you need to know about space-based supply-chain management, and how it can help your business.
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Spotlight

The Digital Catapult asked the latest companies to showcase at the Digital Catapult Centre in London what they think the Internet of Things has in store for us.


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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR : Smart Cities

TIBCO Software

Digital transformation propelled by Smart City solutions can help municipalities leverage IoT and digital technologies to manage real-world complexities, improve citizen services, and raise quality of living. Agile AI and machine learning-enabled ecosystems can help roll out intelligent, connected and predictive services for healthcare, utilities, and/or transportation.
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How to Easily Implement Security in Your IoT Product

Intrinsic-id

For companies developing products connected to the Internet of Things, ensuring security can be a challenge. Because IoT device manufacturers often lack sufficient security expertise, they look to their chip providers to handle security.
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Cellular IoT and the Emergence of Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Networks

Ericsson

The extensive footprint, high reliability, security and proven performance of mobile networks provides the ideal platform for the growth of IoT - or Internet of Things. Leveraging the potential for IoT on mobile networks is critical to mobile operator growth plans on the road to 5G. But, to be successful in IoT, operators will need to support differentiated service and performance levels and evolve their business models. To enable operators to address IoT business opportunities by leveraging their existing infrastructure, a new category of cellular technology has emerged, known as Low Power Wide Area (LPWA).
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IoT = IT + OT: Solving the Enterprise IoT Equation

451 Research

The Internet of Things (IoT) represents an enormous opportunity for technology vendors. But selling IoT outcomes – in particular into industries that have deep industrial or operational technology (OT) roots – is a fundamental departure from the traditional IT sale.Vendors face a more complex solution sale that goes beyond the usual IT buyer and involves multiple stakeholders that sit at the crossroads of IT, OT and strategic business agendas. For the first time ever, 451 Research launched a Voice of the Enterprise (VoTE) IoT: OT Stakeholder Perspective survey in addition to the quarterly VotE IoT: survey of IT decision-makers. Together, these two surveys provide complementary insights and guidance into the IT and OT view of enterprise IoT deployments, budgets, spending, technology priorities, vendor choices and more.
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