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The majority of IoT projects fail, but SoftwareAG’s SVP of IoT took the stage at this year’s IoT Tech Expo in London to share his insights on how to avoid becoming another statistic.Bernd Gross believes the IoT industry has reached a turning point where the focus is now shifting to deployment. It's hard to argue with, around the world there's notably less talk and some impressive use of IoT technologies to solve real problems....
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Report claims $341bn could be squandered on non-standardised IoT deployments in smart cities by 2025....
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Thames Water provides 2,600 million litres of tap water to nine million customers every single day. But it won't last - and the operator is turning to the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart metering for the answer."Put simply, London is running dry," Stephanie Baker, progressive metering programme manager at Thames, told delegates at the IoT Tech Expo yesterday....
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ThroughTek, IoT total solution provider for device connectivity and video technology, has collaborated with a leading chipset provider and automotive manufacturing company in China to develop a low-power video surveillance solution for the connected car. The monitoring system became available last month for a select model in China, and will be available for other well-known brands later this year....

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In its latest report titled “Intelligent Building Technologies for Value-Added Services”, Navigant Research predicts that by 2026, the North American market for utility-offered IoT intelligent building value-added services (VAS) will grow to as much as $1.2 billion (£9.3bn). The research firm proffered best and worst use cases; up to $1.2bn for an aggressive scenario, or $135 million under a conservative scenario. According to the report, the IoT is getting prepared for a drama...

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