Internet of Things News

Internet of Things News

Hull gets the LoRaWAN Services For Supporting IoT
In a recent announcement by the Hull City Council, they are going to install a new long-range wide area network (LoRaWAN) across the city including the surrounding areas. This development is primarily aimed for supporting...
Boeing Is All Set To Build Blockchain Based System To Track Unmanned Vehicle
The blockchain is spreading its wings and it is all set to dominate the skies. In a recent development, the colossal airplane manufacturing company Boeing has gone into a partnership with an artificial intelligence (AI)...
SmileMaker Plans To Launch HecatonCave, A New Blockchain Technology Service
SmileMaker Inc, a Tokyo-based company that is prominently known for its social gaming, app planning, development, and operations has revealed its idea of releasing HecatonCave by December 2018. The new service will promise to benefit...
IBM And Telit Joins Hands To Accelerate Global Industrial IoT Deployments
Two giant tech companies Telit and IBM are partnering for interoperable activities to help businesses to carry out their monitoring operations. This is done with the intention to aid different manufacturers and business organizations to...
Alibaba & Siemens Team Up On Industrial IoT For China
To build the industrial IoT (Internet of Things) in China, Alibaba and Siemens are collaborating together. The news for the collaboration comes out week after General Electric (GE) declares to continue investing in digital technologies...
CCP Technologies, An Aussie Startup Company Named As The Main Supplier By Vodafone For Devices To Be Used In IoT Network
After completing the last year announced trial, an ASX listed Start-up Company; CCP Technologies has been opted to distribute devices to the narrowband IoT of Vodafone. The deal includes the CCP devices implementation with an...
Industrial IoT Testing Done By Agribusiness to Manage Crop and Boost Production
The increase in the global population is a big threat to the worlds food producers as they now have to buck up the production of crops by 70% in the next 30 years. The main...