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Low-power modules support IoT applications

Low-power modules support IoT applications
A family of modules that provide reliable multi-protocol wireless connectivity for a broad range of low-power applications, including security cameras, industrial sensors, fitness bands, and smart locks, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices is available at Mouser Electronics.
24th June 2019

Have we peaked when it comes to IoT?

Have we peaked when it comes to IoT?
At the recent IoT Expo show, held in London Electronic Specifier’s Anna Flockett got the chance to catch up with Gemalto’s M2M Manager, Neil Bosworth who is involved with IoT projects from start to finish. Having been in the industry for a number of years, specifically with Gemalto for nine years Bosworth is an expert in this area and has been on the front line of the M2M industry since 2006.
19th June 2019

Overcoming IoT latency, security and scalability issues

Overcoming IoT latency, security and scalability issues
The Hardware Pioneers’ gatherings are becoming a vital knowledge source for those involved in Internet of Things (IoT) endeavours. Their latest seminar, hosted in Central London in May, was entitled ‘Building Smarter IoT Products at the Edge’. By Mark Patrick, Mouser Electronics
7th June 2019


Arduino quartet hits right note with makers

Arduino quartet hits right note with makers
Four powerful and compact Arduino MKR Shields, designed to extend the capability and application of Arduino boards, are in stock at Farnell. This extended Arduino product line provides maker engineers and prototype developers with a new suite of accessories that can be integrated into an array of IoT applications.
30th May 2019

IoT offering with high-integration MEMS oscillators

IoT offering with high-integration MEMS oscillators
AEL Crystals has added SiTime MEMS oscillators to its range. SiTime’s silicon-based MEMS oscillators join AEL’s existing range of products designed for the IoT. The Internet of Things (IoT) brings a new dimension to frequency control, as it uses multiple protocols (Bluetooth, ZigBee, Z-Wave, 6LoWPAN, CSR Mesh / Bluetooth Low Energy (LE), Sigfox and Thread).
29th May 2019

IoT drives digital transformation at IoT World Forum

IoT drives digital transformation at IoT World Forum
IoT is changing the business playing field, creating opportunities for new sources of revenue, smarter interactions with customers, and greater efficiencies. As the IoT spreads, the implications for business model innovation are huge. Filling out well-known frameworks and streamlining established business models won’t be enough. 
24th May 2019

Battery-powered all-in-one smart home alarm

Battery-powered all-in-one smart home alarm
It has been announced that Nordic Semiconductor's nRF9160 System-in-Package (SiP) LTE-M/NB-IoT cellular IoT module is being employed to provide LTE-M cellular wireless connectivity in the formerly WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy-only, battery-powered 'Point' smart home alarm developed by Swedish startup Minut.
23rd May 2019

Integrated SIM solution for IoT

Integrated SIM solution for IoT
It has been announced by Tiempo that Deutsche Telekom has listed Tiempo’s TESIC Secure Element as a dedicated hardware enclave in the latest nuSIM Security Specification. nuSIM is an integrated SIM solution for IoT developed by Deutsche Telekom together with renowned industry partners for chipsets, modules and digital security.
23rd May 2019

Seven reasons why Bluetooth is perfect for Industrial IoT

Seven reasons why Bluetooth is perfect for Industrial IoT
Most of us use Bluetooth on a daily basis in some form, usually to connect things like our phones, smartwatches, headsets, mice, and keyboards. In fact, Bluetooth is now so widespread that the Special Interest Group (SIG) , which monitors the standards, has forecast an incredible 5.2 billion deliveries of Bluetooth devices by 2022. With all the buzz about Bluetooth in the consumer segment, the fact that it is incredibly well-suited for smart, industrial use is paying less attention. 
22nd May 2019

Analytics solution to maximise smart spaces

Analytics solution to maximise smart spaces
Commercial building property managers are under pressure to maximise value per square foot and deliver optimal experiences for their occupants. The Internet of Things (IoT) can help solve these challenges by providing better insights and predictability for space usage including room occupancy, resource trends and traffic patterns.  By Dave Weidner, senior director, ISG Market Development, Arm
22nd May 2019


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European Microwave Week 2019
29th September 2019
France Porte De Versailles Paris
IoT Solutions World Congress 2019
29th October 2019
Spain Barcelona