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Annual awards are designed to honor the best of Internet of Things businesses and individuals in various categories from product to organization to services and more.

IoT and 5G Power Smart Farming Across Europe

Naomi R. The smart agriculture approach utilizes artificial intelligence, automation, and high-speed connectivity, thereby reducing costs and improving the performance of the farm. Ekobot AB, a Swedish company that promotes “autonomous precision agriculture,” aims to offer practical and sustainable solutions to agricultural issues…

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Embracing IoT in the Agriculture Industry

Staff The adoption of IoT technology in the agricultural sector is growing steadily, and we can expect to see more in the coming years. Steven Tompkins, who serves as Inmarsat market development director, said that there was an increasing need for agricultural businesses…

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IoT as a Preventive Measure Against Water Damage

Staff Water damage is one of the most expensive and most frequently reported property loss claims filed for commercial properties every year. Water damage causes billions of dollars in financial losses. One way to measure the severity of damage is the number of…

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Pandemic Helps Boost IoT Usage

Staff Inmarsat, a mobile satellite communications provider, states in a research report that IoT and IIoT usage was boosted during the pandemic. The company surveyed 450 professionals from different industries to learn their plans and insights on IoT applications in their workplaces.  Inmarsat’s…

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Enhancing IIoT with KX and Telit Collaboration

Staff KX, a company that provides real-time streaming analytics solutions, is partnering with Telit, a  global IoT provider, to come up with an industrial analytics platform. The partnership brings together KX’s performance streaming analytics capabilities with Telit’s deviceWISE Industrial IoT platform. Companies who…

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Organizations Lock Arms to Protect IoT in the UK

Staff There will be an estimated 8.6B IoT devices by 2026. With this level of expansion, ensuring proper safeguards in place is critical, to mitigate the risks of any future cyber attacks.  According to the SonicWall Cyber Threat Report, “In March 2020, masses…

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Enterprise

IoT’s Growth Impact in the Horticulture Industry

Naomi R. When we talk about the Internet of Things (IoT), many garden centers and growers might be curious how this technology applies to wholesale growing containers and the horticulture industry.  The horticulture industry has faced many challenges during the pandemic, especially in…

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IoT and 5G Power Smart Farming Across Europe

Naomi R. The smart agriculture approach utilizes artificial intelligence, automation, and high-speed connectivity, thereby reducing costs and improving the performance of the farm. Ekobot AB, a Swedish company that promotes “autonomous precision agriculture,” aims to offer practical and sustainable solutions to agricultural issues…

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Embracing IoT in the Agriculture Industry

Staff The adoption of IoT technology in the agricultural sector is growing steadily, and we can expect to see more in the coming years. Steven Tompkins, who serves as Inmarsat market development director, said that there was an increasing need for agricultural businesses…

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Automotive

TomTom, Toyota Research Institute and DENSO join on advanced mapmaking for automated driving

TomTom, a location technology specialist, Toyota Research Institute – Advanced Development (TRI-AD) and DENSO, announced a new proof of concept demonstrating a fast high definition (HD) map-building method for roads, essential for safer autonomous driving. This was achieved with TRI-AD test vehicles equipped…

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STMicroelectronics boosts computer-vision applications with high-performance global-shutter image sensors

STMicroelectronics is enabling next generation of smart computer-vision applications with new high-speed image sensors that use “global shutter” – the preferred mode for capturing distortion-free images when the scene is moving or when near-infrared illumination is needed. ST’s advanced image-sensor process technologies enable…

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UNH-IOL assists vendors offering IPv6-compliant products and services to the United States Government

The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) announced its offering for expanded testing capabilities that meet the requirements outlined in the newly released update to the USGv6 profile. The revision of the profile delineates proof of compliance to IPv6 specifications outlined in…

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Consumer

IoT as a Preventive Measure Against Water Damage

Staff Water damage is one of the most expensive and most frequently reported property loss claims filed for commercial properties every year. Water damage causes billions of dollars in financial losses. One way to measure the severity of damage is the number of…

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Smart farming with IoT for Malaysian farmers

Staff Smart farming is finding solutions for many farmers around the world today. Different solutions to test soil quality, address drought, and even measure the food supply chain.  In Malaysia, local agritech platform SM4RT TANI is combining traditional farming with the Internet of…

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Startups Leverage Wireless Energy to Power IoT

Staff Nowadays, more and more companies aim to extract small amounts of energy from environmental sources. The startups harvesting energy is focused on delivering power for the wide range of IoT sensors around today, Leveraging wireless energy is not a new concept. Transmitting…

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Healthcare

Leveraging IoT for Healthcare Laundry Facilities

Staff Businesses around the world are embracing Industry 4.0 — also known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) — by embedding technology in physical applications to help managers improve overall process flows. It is no different in the healthcare sector, where the…

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Identiv Recognized for IoT Medication Solution

Identiv, a leading digital identification and security organization, was recently awarded the 2021 New Product of the Year by Security Today magazine, under the Internet of Things (IoT) category. Security Today honors the noteworthy technological achievements of innovators with products considered valuable in…

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Leveraging IoMT for Optimum Cost-Containment

Staff  The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is growing in large part to wearables and greater investments in implementing digital tech in the healthcare and medical industry.  IoMT is primarily used to collect data, analyze research, and monitor health records. The technology is…

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Industrial

Pandemic Helps Boost IoT Usage

Staff Inmarsat, a mobile satellite communications provider, states in a research report that IoT and IIoT usage was boosted during the pandemic. The company surveyed 450 professionals from different industries to learn their plans and insights on IoT applications in their workplaces.  Inmarsat’s…

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Enhancing IIoT with KX and Telit Collaboration

Staff KX, a company that provides real-time streaming analytics solutions, is partnering with Telit, a  global IoT provider, to come up with an industrial analytics platform. The partnership brings together KX’s performance streaming analytics capabilities with Telit’s deviceWISE Industrial IoT platform. Companies who…

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Huawei OS Utilizes IoT to Power China’s Mining Sector

Staff HarmonyOS, Huawei’s self-developed operating system, is now being utilized in the local mining sector. This is the first time that HarmonyOS, originally created for consumers, is being utilized for industrial applications. The tech firm partnered with China Energy Investment Corporation to test…

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Security

Securing IoT with DNS Solutions

Staff Cyberattacks in IoT have doubled since last year. A strong understanding and security strategy is critical to avoid and mitigate these risks. Despite IoT’s prevalence in our lives, the security risks inherent to these devices are not being tackled head-on. A lack…

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Organizations Lock Arms to Protect IoT in the UK

Staff There will be an estimated 8.6B IoT devices by 2026. With this level of expansion, ensuring proper safeguards in place is critical, to mitigate the risks of any future cyber attacks.  According to the SonicWall Cyber Threat Report, “In March 2020, masses…

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US Senators Urge to Sanction Chinese IoT Firm

Staff Three US senators have urged Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to sanction Tuya Smart, a Chinese Internet of Things (IoT) company, for being a “national security threat.”  According to Senators Marco Rubio, Rick Scott, and Tom Cotton, Tuya Smart is mandated to share…

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