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NOV 23, 2022 The New York Times
The New York Times

Can Sensor Technology Help Keep Office Workers Healthy?

Yodit Bekele Stanton worried about her daughter’s debilitating asthma. As a software developer in London, she knew data often held answers that were otherwise unnoticed or unseen, so she put a sensor in her backyard and began monitoring the air quality in her neighborhood, mapping the data against her daughter’s asthma attacks.
NOV 14, 2022 The Times of India
The Times of India

Reimagining engineering education in the 5G Era

There is a long history of communication technologies emerging as an infrastructure for transformative innovations almost in every sector. The development of the printing press in the fifteenth century was the first big industrial innovation in communications that facilitated many scientific, technological, business, cultural, and religious changes.
NOV 11, 2022 Enterprise Viewpoint
Enterprise Viewpoint

Cellular Operators and Sustainability

From a sustainability perspective, the overall impact of the telecommunications industry is strongly positive. The GSM Association together with the Carbon Trust have estimated that in 2018 the total carbon-equivalent (CO2e) emissions of the mobile sector are around 0.4% of total global emissions, while savings achieved through ‘Smart Living and Working’, including a range of virtualised services supported by cellular connectivity (but not including IoT solutions), amounted to nearly 4x this amount.
OCT 23, 2022 RFID Journal
RFID Journal

How Does the IoT Work for Smart Metering?

When combined with Internet of Things connectivity and data analytics, smart metering can help utilities improve the delivery of services.
OCT 18, 2022 Spiceworks

A Reality Check on Mobile Private Networks and Private Wireless

With the growth of the new spectrum and increasing popularity of mobile private networks (MPNs), specific enterprises are taking a closer look at dedicated mobile networks. Matt Hatton, the founding partner of Transforma Insights, delves deep into the fast-evolving world of mobile private networks and private wireless.
OCT 11, 2022 Total Telecom
Total Telecom

Understanding the Telco's role in the IoT market

Ahead of Total Telecom Congress 2022, we spoke to Matt Hatton – Founding Partner at Transforma Insights to hear his take on the changing enterprise connectivity market.
SEP 14, 2022

BICS and Thales buddy up to push eSIM adoption

Belgian telco BICS and French engineering giant Thales are working together to smooth out some of the pain points associated with eSIM technology in IoT devices. To cut to the chase, the level of integration required with mobile network operators is proving a barrier to entry for enterprise IoT, according to BICS and Thales. So they are coming together to tackle this, hoping to be able to increase eSIM adoption and in turn give the enterprise IoT space a boost.
AUG 26, 2022 Yahoo!

SpaceX’s Starlink Partners With T-Mobile to Eliminate Cellular Dead Zones – Is it Available In Your Area?

SpaceX founder Elon Musk and T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert announced a joint plan — Coverage Above and Beyond — to eliminate mobile dead zones, by leveraging SpaceX’s Starlink constellation of satellites in low Earth orbit and T-Mobile’s wireless network.
AUG 23, 2022 IoT Business News
IoT Business News

700 million smart water meters and improved grid infrastructure will be critical in tackling global water stress

Water is probably the most important and overly used global natural resource. According to a report from the World Resource Institute, about one-quarter of the world’s population, spread across 17 countries, faces extremely high level of water stress and by 2040, it is most likely that 1 in 4 children will be living in areas of extremely high water stress. Water conservation has become one of the direst needs today and the biggest challenge for utilities in the water sector.
AUG 04, 2022 Enterprise IoT Insights
Enterprise IoT Insights

Tech truce, vendor tussle, new era, smart play – analysis of the Semtech, Telit deals

The IoT hardware market has, suddenly, shrunk – in order to expand, and to rebalance the western power-play. So say market watchers, reacting to the twin acquisitions this week by US-based chipmaker and Semtech, which has confirmed a deal to splurge $1.2 billion on Canadian outfit Sierra Wireless, and Italian-American IoT module maker Telit, which has agreed a share-exchange for the IoT assets of French industrial firm Thales.