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IOT 2019
IOT 2019
May 28-28, 2019
IoT (Internet of Things) is a conference to present, and highlight the latest trends, products, applications, development, and business opportunities in IoT. The market for IoT, smart sensors, wearable, cloud, and related technologies is expanding at a phenomenal rate. The conference brings together...

GSMA IoT at Mobile 360 Series – Security for 5G
GSMA IOT AT MOBILE 360 SERIES – SECURITY FOR 5G
May 28-29, 2019
5G will support a huge number of connected devices, enable lower latencies, increased bandwidth and bring about the development of new innovative digital services. 5G promises to create a next generation threat landscape that currently the mobile industry does not fully understand.Security cannot be...

Alleantia s.r.l.


Alleantia provides the first on market plug&play Industrial IoT platform for implementing Smart Factory, Smart Machinery, Smart Building solutions. Alleantia unique XPANGO technology makes any electronic device IoT -Ready in seconds, allowing Enterprises to integrate easily their vast legacy and new equipment infrastructure into their Internet of Things and Enterprise applications. Leveraging XPANGO, Alleantia created the ‘Library of ’, already the largest in the world repository of plug-ins for making industrial devices IoT- and Web ready.

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Bsquare a platinum sponsor at the Internet of Things (IoT) North America Conference, will deliver the keynote address exploring the business case for IoT in a broad array of industries and vertical markets. In addition to the keynote presentation, Bsquare will be exhibiting and meeting with customers, partners and industry influencers to showcase its business-oriented IoT solution, DataV. Bsquare DataV provides a complete solution that includes device connectivity, real-time data monitoring and ...
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According to the findings of a new survey by Infor, the transition to IoT is well underway for global manufacturers. The report says that 10 percent of manufacturers claim they already have an established IoT project underway, with 22 percent either running a pilot or planning a project within the next 12 months. Well over a third (38 percent) claim to be investigating its potential.

The research, which polled manufacturers across 12 different countries, including North America, U...

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is big on the Singapore government’s roadmap for 2019. In an article posted in the Singapore government website, GovTech, entitled “10 tech developments to look forward to in 2019,” it said autonomous vehicles — cars, buses and flying taxis — would become more commonplace in the city state in the coming year. “Both the National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore will see driverless shuttle buses...
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In the age of the Internet of Things (IoT), where electronic devices connect and share information online, it is undeniable that the development of 5G technology is crucial. Therefore, Office of The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is determined to establish 5G network in Thailand to boost the national economy and efficiently prepare the country for the upcoming ageing society. In order to have 5G readily available, three main factors are to be developed. Firstly, S...

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The security framework provides business, industry and the government a framework that is capable of addressing the emerging and prevailing IoT security challenges The Internet of Things Security Institute (IoTSI), an academic and industry body dedicated to offering frameworks and supporting educational services to assist in managing security within IoT ecosystem, announced that it has released an IoT security framework for smart cities and critical infrastructure. Commenting on the development,...
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Australia's communications regulator has proposed changes that aim to make it easier for operators of machine to machine wireless communications to access spectrum.

The Australian Communications and Media Authority wants to remove a barrier that imposes a 500 kHz minimum bandwith for the operation of narrowband low-powered wireless networks in the 900MHz, 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz bands, to facilitate the use of low data rate M2M wireless connections....

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EVENTS

IOT 2019
IOT 2019
May 28-28, 2019
IoT (Internet of Things) is a conference to present, and highlight the latest trends, products, applications, development, and business opportunities in IoT. The market for IoT, smart sensors, wearable, cloud, and related technologies is expanding at a phenomenal rate. The conference brings together...

GSMA IoT at Mobile 360 Series – Security for 5G
GSMA IOT AT MOBILE 360 SERIES – SECURITY FOR 5G
May 28-29, 2019
5G will support a huge number of connected devices, enable lower latencies, increased bandwidth and bring about the development of new innovative digital services. 5G promises to create a next generation threat landscape that currently the mobile industry does not fully understand.Security cannot be...