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Companies collaborate to further IoT development

Companies collaborate to further IoT development
Future-proof supplier of software tools and services for embedded development, IAR Systems, has announced a partnership with Ayla Networks, a provider of a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform for the development and management of connected products. By collaborating, the companies help customers worldwide in their development for IoT.
12th May 2017

IoT network supports smart city initiative in Kigali

IoT network supports smart city initiative in Kigali
In order to support the city of Kigali's flagship smart city project, Inmarsat will deploy LoRaWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network) infrastructure around Rwandan's capital. The network, which will be active for an initial period of a year from 1st May, will be the connectivity platform for a variety of Internet of Things (IoT) applications, and will provide a blueprint for smart city projects throughout Africa.
11th May 2017

Online navigation tool matches adopter needs with IoT platform capabilities

With over 400 IoT platforms on the market and still growing quickly, leading IoT analyst firm Beecham Research and its partner IoT Global Network have launched the first fully-independent, online IoT navigation tool to match adopter needs with IoT platform capabilities.
11th May 2017


Firmware vulnerabilities highlight IoT's major weakness

Firmware vulnerabilities highlight IoT's major weakness
It has recently come to light that there is a massive flaw in Intel chips that allows hackers to remotely takeover large number of devices without even needing to enter a password. Cesare Garlati, Chief Security Strategist, prpl Foundation, commented on the importance of securing the firmware in IoT devices: "Firmware vulnerabilities are the most dangerous because by definition firmware is 'persistent'. The software that is built in to the device is the first code executed at boot, so exploits attacking this software layer make all other security measures pointless.
11th May 2017

Development board accelerates IoT designs

Development board accelerates IoT designs
The range of IoT development boards at Arrow Electronics has been expanded with the addition of SmartEverything Panther. The Panther board enables users to quickly add pattern recognition capabilities to their products to allow them to recognise gestures, sound and vibration patterns and then to simply link them to the cloud via Wi-Fi for monitoring and control purposes.
10th May 2017

Power calculator predicts IoT battery life

An IoT power calculator that helps developers of IoT (Internet of Things) projects to understand the expected battery life of their IoT devices, and allows them to experiment with different components and software algorithms to determine their impact on battery life has been created by Premier Farnell.
10th May 2017

IIoT RTLS solution enables indoor positioning of RTPs

H&D Wireless, now current for listing at the Stockholm stock exchange, has announced the launch of GEPS for Industry, H&D Wireless’s new IoT enterprise indoor real time localization service (RTLS) of Returnable Transport Packages (RTP), specifically developed for the manufacturing industry to support its path to digitalization.
9th May 2017

Base station analyser supports NB-IoT connectivity

Base station analyser supports NB-IoT connectivity
Viavi Solutions has announced its CellAdvisor Base Station Analyzer will support the signal analysis required for narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) connectivity. Available immediately, this capability – which Viavi believes is the first of its kind in the industry – meets the needs of service providers for immediate testing for the overlay IoT infrastructure that must co-exist seamlessly with the traditional mobile communications network.
9th May 2017

Addressing security issues at the design stage

A major issue faced by IoT manufacturers is the constraints of getting a product to market on time and on budget. And, due to these pressures security can often be sidelined during the process. Here, Ken Munro, Partner in Pen Test Partners, the ethical hacking company offers some advice.
8th May 2017

Making 4G networks IoT-ready

Making 4G networks IoT-ready
Most Internet of Things (IoT) devices will communicate using wireless machine-to-machine communications technologies. Currently 2G and 3G technologies dominate the cellular IoT market, but the future belongs to the fourth-gen with NB-IoT (narrowband IoT) and eMTC (enhanced Machine Type Communications). Joerg Koepp, Technology Marketing at Rohde & Schwarz, explains.
8th May 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center