For communities living in snowy mountainous regions of the world, avalanches represent an ever present danger for a significant portion of the year, threatening transport links, settlements and also sport enthusiasts who visit the mountains in winter. AboutWyssen Avalanche Case Study
With a customer presence in 33 countries, Cartasite has a portfolio of solutions that facilitate safety, communication, data collection, and reporting. Its products and services are specifcally designed for frms in natural resource industries that include operations located in some of the most remote and challenging terrains on earth.AboutUsing cellular connectivity to power monitoring solutions has proven results!
The strong impetus for smart metering remains regulation as it has from the very beginning. Various countries have thus put in place targets for the nationwide deployment of smart meters, although the approach differs from country to country. AboutSmart Energy: Regulation, utilities, cleaner & greener
Around a third of the food we eat is estimated to be dependent on bee pollination. The world’s bees pollinate 70 of the 100 crops that provide 90% of the world’s food, make thousands of tonnes of honey and contribute millions of dollars to the global economy. AboutArnia Remote Monitoring for Bees
You know that selecting the right IoT technology is critical for the success of your IoT initiative. But with options such as Smart SIMs, eSIMs, eUICC, and 4G; how do you make sense of it all and choose the best option for your IoT initiative?
Cities in general are more than a pure concentration of dwellings or workplaces. Cities have economies of scale. Positive parameters, such as wages, patients and hospitals, scale at a ratio of 1.5 for a doubling of city size. Negative parameters such as crime and some diseases also tend to follow the same rule – if the infrastructure of the city can manage the scale. AboutSmart Cities: Drivers, challenges, developments and ecosystems
Security is critical to the success or failure of the IoT. Critical flaws at the heart of the internet have highlighted engineering fallibility. Attacks on industrial applications have highlighted hidden aspects of cyber warfare. In addition, attacks on consumer IoT devices have emphasised the broad capability of attacks.
The business case for IoT is the ability to unlock the value of data being generated by hundreds or thousands of field devices. Devices must continually perform as promised for this to be possible. Device Management is the key. A well-defined device management strategy is critical for success. AboutUncovering the Hidden Value of IoT with Device Management