How smart street lighting and residential energy efficiency is coming to Mayo

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Silver Spring Networks has announced a smart city and energy efficiency programme in Crossmolina, County Mayo, with an aim to increase asset management and energy efficiency, improve public safety, and accelerate Internet of Things (IoT) opportunities in the West of Ireland.

The company has deployed an Internet of Things (IoT) network canopy for Mayo County Council for smart street lighting and a residential energy efficiency project, which is partly being funded by the Sustainable...

By IoT News, 27 June 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

IBM collaborating with Cisco for IoT analytics

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IBM is collaborating with Cisco to provide customers with IBM’s Watson IoT and business analytics technologies and Cisco’s edge analytics capabilities.

Certain businesses are unable to benefit from the interconnectivity of devices and sensors, which generate real-time data, and the storage capacity of cloud computing. This is on account of their presence in remote and autonomous locations. However, the new IBM and Cisco partnership aims to change this.

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By IoT News, 07 June 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities, Standards.

How the Internet of Things is set to revolutionise Euro 2016 and beyond

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is going to completely revolutionise the organisation and experience of major sporting tournaments over the coming decade. And, what with an exciting summer of football in store with the forthcoming UEFA Euro 2016, it’s an apposite time to consider the future of the beautiful game.

Euro 2016 starts on June 10 and runs for a month at 10 major stadiums across France with over 2.5 million spectators expected to attend the 51 matches of the...

By Manfred Kube, 07 June 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

How the IoT can reduce risk in the commercial vehicle sector

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Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are taking hold of industries far and wide. Permeating a host of different markets and finding new ways to automate, measure and improve processes. The days when people thought of (IoT) as science fiction, a futuristic world in which your fridge boils you an egg while your bed runs you a bath, are thankfully starting to pass. People and businesses are embracing the real impact of this revolutionary technology, and the commercial vehicle (CV) sector...

By Tristan Watkins, 27 May 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

How Rotterdam boosts waste management efficiency by leveraging IoT technologies

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Enevo, a smart waste management provider, has a product that integrates waste container monitoring, data analytics and fill-level forecasting, dynamic route planning and driver route guidance via in-cab tablet computers. Enevo wireless sensors monitor the fill level of the waste containers, transmitting the information to the company’s cloud servers. Now, the municipality of Rotterdam has begun to implement the company’s solution.

As part of the second phase of a Paper and...

By IoT News, 19 May 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

Gemalto to demo Cinterion VoLTE Cat.1 module for IoT

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At Gemalto's pre-event on its Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in Santa Clara, California, the company will demonstrate its first Cinterion Voice over LTE (VoLTE) Category 1 (Cat.1) module. The module is its first to enable simultaneous data and voice communications via LTE.

The new module is suited for solutions that are migrating to LTE while keeping the flexibility of...

By IoT News, 09 May 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

Smart cities could lose $341 billion with non-standardised IoT deployments by 2025

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In a new whitepaper, commissioned by mobile technology and research company InterDigital, Machina Research studied potential IoT deployments in smart cities. Smart cities as a segment reflect the state of the IoT at large as they comprise a number of vertical domains, multiple parties, and diverse IT systems. They...

By IoT News, 05 May 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

Securing IoT: Taking the pulse of the network

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Manufacturers and developers from a diverse range of industries are already developing and integrating IoT devices into their products, and in the process are creating new and compelling services and business models. From connected cars and smart homes, to connected ‘wearables’ such as Fitbit and Jawbone, the IoT has already established itself.

As increasingly...

By John English, 07 April 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Data & Analytics, Development, IoT, Security, Smart Cities, Smart Homes.

Huawei rolls out connected city lighting solution

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Huawei has announced the launch of its connected city lighting solution, aiming to leverage IoT technology to provide up to 80% savings in municipal lighting energy.

Claimed to be the industry’s first IoT lighting solution, the product connects street lamps to the network and makes use of a GIS-based management system, allowing cities to improve control and performance of every street lamp.

The Climate Group estimates that there are about 304 million street lamps across the globe,...

By IoT News, 17 March 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.

i-Motors project will lead to improved cars, smarter cities

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If you're an avid reader of IoT Tech, or just follow the industry, you'll know the Internet of Things is still a mess of standards vying for attention. A new "i-Motors" project is jumping in the fray and hopes to finally standardise how connected vehicles communicate with one another, and to other machines in a bid to make our cities smarter. 

A potential key...

By Ryan Daws, 28 January 2016, 0 comments. Categories: IoT, Smart Cities.