MTN and Huawei have completed a commercial trial of a narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) solution for water metering.
Nokia has been tasked with developing a traffic management system for drones by the United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), as part of a wider smart city initiative for the city of Dubai.
The IoT will not work without the convergence and coexistence of licensed and unlicensed technologies, according to the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA).
The bustling market for short-range wireless connectivity will see shipments of related integrated circuits (ICs), or chips, reach 10 billion by 2021, according to ABI Research.
Telekom Austria Group has become the latest operator to test and debut NB-IoT technology on its live network in Austria.
Deutsche Telekom is to launch a research project on drones and establish if its network can be used to connect them to the internet, and to monitor their flight amongst other air traffic.
Huawei and Portuguese electrical network manufacturer Janz have built the "world's first" energy smart meter based on NB-IoT technology.
5G subscriptions across Western Europe will only account for 3.4 percent of the total by 2022, Ericsson has predicted, with North America and Asia set to dominate roll out of the technology.
Time is running out for proprietary Internet of Things technology such as LoRa and Sigfox to succeed, with imminent cellular connectivity set to shake up the market, a new report has claimed.
Ericsson and Qualcomm have held a test of Cat-M1 connectivity in partnership with Australian operator Telstra.
Finland's Sonera has become the latest operator to trial NB-IoT technology on its network in a demonstration of how it can enable the tracking of mobile assets.
Who the Internet of Things belongs to, the future of LoRa, and the opportunities of the smart home are among the topics that will be explored in the second annual Mobile Europe/European Communications IoT seminar.
EE has become the latest operator to throw its weight behind NB-IoT technology, with plans in place to hold live trials by the middle of next year.
Deutsche Telekom said today it has stolen a march on rival Vodafone by launching the first live narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) networks anywhere in the world.
Ericsson has extended its partnership with Red Hat to define and deliver “fully ready” open-source cloud infrastructure for next-generation LTE networks.
Vodafone has joined the fledgling 5G Automotive Association (5GAA), a cross-industry association of telecoms and automotive firms looking take the cellular Internet of Things (IoT) on the road.
Nokia has joined the smart city initiative Bristol is Open (BIO) and will provide network and infrastructure support, as well as collaboration and consulting services.
BMW has installed a Vodafone IoT SIM card on its latest-model K1600 GT motorbikes, enabling emergency calls and automatic collision notifications in the event of accidents.
European operators have made further inroads into the Internet of Things, with Deutsche Telekom unveiling a multi-IoT platform at its House of Clouds and Swisscom completing the first stage of its LoRa rollout.
Telenor is readying a trial of NB-IoT technology for January 2017, as it looks to demonstrate a smart parking network in Trondheim, Norway.
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