1NCE is the ﬁrst dedicated Tier-1 carrier providing fast, secure and reliable IoT network connectivity for low data B2B applications. As a native IoT company, 1NCE oﬀers a “connect and forget” connectivity service that is well suited for smart metering solution. This convenience gives sensor manufacturers, OEMs, solution providers, system integrators and application service providers an easy addition to their solutions to quickly build the needed revenue stream from their customers.
1NCE is the ﬁrst dedicated Tier-1 carrier providing fast, secure and reliable IoT network connectivity for low data B2B applications. As a native IoT company, 1NCE oﬀers a “connect and forget” connectivity service that is well suited for waste management solution. This convenience gives sensor manufacturers, OEMs, solution providers, system integrators and application service providers an easy addition to their solutions to quickly build the needed revenue stream from their customers.
1NCE is the ﬁrst dedicated Tier 1 Carrier providing fast, secure and reliable IoT network connectivity for low data B2B applications. As a native IoT company, 1NCE oﬀers a “connect and forget” connectivity service that is well suited for vehicle telematics solution. This convenience gives sensor manufacturers, OEMs, solution providers, system integrators and application service providers an easy addition to their solutions to quickly build the needed revenue stream from their customers.
IoT solutions: logistics and transportation
A connected shipment must be traceable wherever it is. With built-in connectivity across 700 networks in 200 countries, the BICS SFT solution features reliable real-time connectivity. A multi-network coverage, leveraging BICS’ extensive relationships with operators worldwide, means that parcels stay traceable in real time wherever they are.
Creating the new mobile network of IoT
Enterprises are playing a pivotal role in realising the potential of IoT.
From connected cars to remote healthcare, enterprises are pioneering new uses of IoT to achieve greater operational efficiency, customer success management, business intelligence, new services and new business models.
Hands-on advice for your first step towards IIoT field connectivity
The Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) is more than a trend—it is now a way of life. More and more, people are embracing this concept by connecting all types of devices to the Internet. The thing is, though, implementing the Industrial IoT is not always that straightforward: the tricky part is bringing all the different pieces of the Industrial IoT puzzle together.
New NPort IAW series combines serial device server with I/O and Wi-Fi
Moxa’s newly launched three-in-one serial device servers, the NPort IAW5000A-6I/O Series, combine IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n wireless with six digital I/Os to provide maximum flexibility when you need to integrate serial equipment in the field with a wireless Ethernet network.
Is your network infrastructure ready for the IIoT?
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) trend aims to improve efficiency and productivity for industrial automation by connecting different devices together as well as collecting and analyzing large volumes of data to offer accurate information, and in turn allows user to make better decisions.
At BICS, we have an extensive understanding of the enterprise market and good grasp of its biggest opportunities. Our M2M-in-the-cloud solution has been built from the ground up to address the needs of MNOs and MVNOs looking to enter the IoT ecosystem by connecting non-stationary devices and machines to the Internet with a highly secure network infrastructure.
SIM for things
BICS, €1.7B, is a leading global carrier at the heart of today’s global communications. More than 500 mobile network operators trust us to safely carry and deliver their international and roaming traffic, and today our networks carry more than a quarter of the world’s roaming traffic.
Five key considerations when implementing secure remote access to your machines
Industrial IoT (IIoT) and smart factory trends are redefining today’s OEM business model. Predictive maintenance, overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), and zero equipment downtime are some of the sought-after capabilities in industrial machines, and machine builders are leaving no stone unturned to make these services available to their customers.
IoT How to Guides
This educational guide introduces the benefits of enabling connectivity as a feature to your tank monitoring products and solutions. It recommends the special considerations to account for when selecting a connectivity choice out of a range of options. Finally, it provides a check list of questions to help you make your final connectivity selection.
This educational guide introduces the benefits of enabling connectivity as a feature to your asset tracking products and solutions. It recommends the special considerations to account for when selecting a connectivity choice out of a range of options. Finally, it provides a check list of questions to help you make your final connectivity selection.
Tips on how to ramp up the security of industrial networks
It is inevitable that the adoption of the Industrial IoT (IIoT) is going to continue to grow, facilitating more and more devices to be connected to networks. The momentum driving this trend is a strong desire from asset owners to enhance operational efficiency. However, achieving enhanced operational efficiency is not without problems.
Smoothing out the interoperability issues in smart factories
Data mining is transforming the face of factory automation. As factory automation is all about faster, smarter, and more efficient production, unlocking the vast, untapped potential of data on shop floors has been the driving force behind factory automation’s transformation for some time now.
How OPC UA software enhances big data integrity for IIoT SCADA systems
Over the past several years, SCADA systems have evolved from proprietary, monolithic systems to decentralized, cloud-computing systems. Modern SCADA systems are quickly adopting Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies, such as cloud services or pub/sub protocols, to collect more data from monitored systems.
Accelerate IIoT-ready applications with smart industrial computing
Data is at the heart of the Internet of things (IoT). To make critical data-informed decisions, businesses first need to capture and collect data from all sorts of devices over the Internet before converting the data into valuable business information.
Secure remote access for industrial utility applications: security considerations for water pumping stations
As the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) trend continues to gather pace, the demand for extending industrial applications over secure remote connections also continues to increase. Remote access is a necessity for many mission-critical industrial automation systems. However, network operators cannot afford to overlook cybersecurity considerations.
Using AIoT to boost SMB performance
KPMG, a distinguished global firm providing audit, tax, and advisory services, leverages AIoT (the artificial intelligence of things) technologies by combining developments in the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) to help small and medium businesses.
How to derive the maximum benefit from solar energy by using IIoT-enabled energy storage systems
In the renewable energy market, the solar power segment has traditionally been held back because of the high cost of solar power generation. Recent technological advancements in the solar energy field have drastically brought down the cost of power generation, thereby lowering the price of solar power, and leading to increased consumption of solar power.
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Demystifying Industrial IoT Connectivity
IIoT is driving disruptive transformation by breaking down product silos, increasing engineering efficiency, enabling cross-functional innovation, and creating new value-added connected services. “Eighty percent of the industrial segment believes that the IoT will be transformative and disruptive, but 90% feel they are unprepared for these changes”.
Reducing Your Connectivity Costs: Fleet Management
Staying connected and informed about fleet operations can be a costly task. Bringing those costs down can be an even bigger issue. Join us to understand how your peers are dealing with the costs of fleet connectivity and how they can be reduced via new technologies, improved efficiencies, as well as customized and optimized rate plans.
IoT Connectivity. One Size Doesn’t Fit All
With a vast array of connectivity options to choose from – local area, campus, cellular, to low power wide area, these communication protocols are best suited to serve different IoT applications, making the choice in choosing connectivity a critical factor.
How IoT and Asset Management is Driving the 4th Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is enabling industrial organisations to rapidly automate and digitise traditional business processes to create more intelligent products and services and ultimately transform the global economy. IoT technologies are at the heart of this transition, enabling the connected solutions that make 4IR possible.
Monetising the IoT: Finding the Right Monetisation Model
You already know the IoT represents a huge opportunity. But do you fully understand how to make money as your device business becomes more of a digital business? There are opportunities from the edge to the cloud, in connected and disconnected devices – if you know where to look.
Transport and logistics were one of the earliest use cases for cellular connected devices and in many countries, remain the largest application areas. Suppliers initially targeted the market with IoT solutions focused on high-value assets, such as containers and the heavy good vehicles that carried them, where the return on investment was easily demonstrable.
Global demand for agricultural products is on the rise. By applying advanced technologies in agricultural production, farmers are able to measure and manage the variability of crops in the fields and animals within the herds. Connected equipment, sensors and controllers are being deployed across farms worldwide to increase yield in order to meet the growing demand for food driven by population growth and urbanisation.
Possibly the most common question about LPWA network technologies is which will win, writes Tom Rebbeck, the research director for enterprise and IoT at Analysys Mason. There remains no clear answer, based on what we saw in 2017. LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT and Sigfox all announced some notable new networks to extend their coverage
Connected industry is the largest segment within IoT, comprising more than 30% of the market in 2017. It overlaps with the overall I4.0 market, however I4.0 has a broader scope, as it aims to optimise the entire manufacturing value chain and includes other supporting technologies such as additive manufacturing, augmented and virtual reality, and collaborative robotics.
Enterprise Buyers’ Guide 2018 – which IoT Platform?
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to mature and starts to gain traction across most vertical and regional markets, the role of the IoT platform is sharply in the spotlight. IoT platforms are a means by which organisations can manage the complexities of IoT deployments, simplify their operations and accelerate time to market.
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There are now 7 billion IoT devices in use across the world. This number is expected to triple by 2025, reaching an unprecedented 21.5 billion devices, says Lev Lesokhin of CAST. The market for Internet of Things (IoT) devices has exploded — now, IoT d…
Trimble expands connectivity capabilities through its new module TMT ServiceConnect for transportation
Trimble introduced its new TMT ServiceConnect module, enabling fleet shops using Trimble’s TMT Fleet Maintenance (TMT) software to be connected to more than 4,500 medium and heavy duty service locations, including many Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) dealers, throughout North America. By licensing the add-on module, TMT users will gain direct connectivity to thousands of service centres […]
Magnus Gunnarsson, head of Connected Vehicle Business Development & Portfolio at Ericsson talked to Annie Turner about advances in connected cars and the obstacles to making multimodal traffic a reality. Annie Turner: Lots of people are disappointed by the slower than expected take-up of IoT for transport-related applications. What do you think the causes are […]
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Eseye, a global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) services, is partnering with African mobile network operator (MNO) MTN. MTN has joined forces with Eseye and the AnyNet Federation, a new association of MNOs established to meet the complex managemen…
Sweden’s second largest public transportation company, Västtrafik, transports nearly one million passengers each day via train, tram, boat and bus – that’s equal to nearly 12 trips around the globe – and Tele2 IoT is the glue that helps keep it togethe…