Tag Archives: IoT
BICSI, the association advancing the information and communications technology (ICT) community, brought its 2016 BICSI Fall Conference & Exhibition to a close this afternoon. The five-day conference attracted attendees from all over the world to gain industry knowledge, take in the latest ICT technologies and network with colleagues.
InfoComm has published a white paper on a very timely topic: Pro AV and its relationship to the Internet of Things.
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), gathers interviews and specialist articles relating to the IoT and its technological, economic and social impact in its recently published “Internet of Things Executive Handbook 2016”.
InfoComm International announces the launch of a new conference program created to explore the role of the Internet of Things in professional audiovisual solutions. IoT Insights will debut May 9 at the Marriott Santa Clara, in Santa Clara, Calif.
Rogers Communications of Canada is launching a new service: IoT as a Service. Businesses can now connect and manage devices and the flow of data from IoT solutions in one place.
Today at CeBIT 2016, Huawei unveiled its first Openlab in Munich, a new center to foster joint, customer and business-driven ICT innovation with partners. Huawei’s Munich Openlab will drive innovation in areas including the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and big data, to build safer and smarter cities. To date, more than 25 partners including T-Systems, SAP, Intel, Alstom, and Hexagon have expressed an interest in participating in the new Openlab.
Bosch is launching its own cloud for web-based Internet of Things services. In the Bosch IoT Cloud, the international supplier of technology services runs various applications for its connected mobility, connected industries, and connected buildings businesses. The first cloud is located in Germany.
Over the next three years passengers will be enjoying seamless self-service with airlines and at airports as the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) comes to travel. This is according to The Future is Connected, the latest industry report from SITA, the leading global IT provider to the air transport industry.
Truphone today announced its Truphone FastSIM and Internet of Things Connectivity Management Platform. Truphone’s fast-switching SIM allows a phone or machine to rapidly respond in cross-country mobility scenarios or localise quickly when it is switched on in a new country. The Truphone FastSIM operates with a cloud based management service, enabling an “install once, deploy anywhere” approach.