Smart city vendor Telensa is connecting 64,000 lights across Edinburgh, enabling the city to run an energy efficiency programme.
Vodafone UK has began live trials of its fibre broadband service and introduced new products to its Internet of Things range.
The European cellular IoT market is becoming increasingly fragmented and subject to influence from EU policy decisions, a new report has claimed.
Deutsche Telekom is working with towns and municipalities across Germany to aid their shift towards smart cities.
BMWs, Fords and Peugeots have communicated using C-V2X in the first live European interoperability demonstration of the cellular connected car technology.
Ericsson is planning to expand the NB-IoT ecosystem through a new partnership with MediaTek, as Qualcomm announced a new range of chips.
Two UK LoRa initiatives have partnered to create what claims to be the country’s largest LoRaWAN network.
Vodafone Germany and multinational conglomerate Thyssenkrupp together aim to equip in excess of 1 million elevators worldwide with SIM cards in order to carry out predictive maintenance and reduce downtime.
80 million home thermostats will be connected to smart city grid control by 2022, ABI Research has predicted, highlighting the extension of smart home devices and services into smart cities.
Huawei and German IT services provider DU-IT on Monday unveiled the Rhine Cloud, a smart city and public services cloud platform that will underpin plans to transform Duisburg into a smart city.
Orange has launched a commercial pilot of LTE-M technology in four Polish cities, including the capital, and has invited interested parties to apply to take part.
Fastweb has signed a memorandum of understanding with the city council in Lecce to improve WiFi connectivity, including the installation of up to 350 new hotspots.
UPC Switzerland will launch Wi-SUN-based IoT services after striking a partnership with Swiss energy technology specialist Elektron.
The Netherlands' Radiocommunication Agency has called for Europe to introduce minimum security standards for IoT devices.
Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone have completed Europe's first NB-IoT roaming trial, an important step towards cross-border LPWAN services.
IoT provider Kerlink has connected pigs as part of a LoRa-based smart village deployment in rural Corsica.
The Wireless Broadband Alliance is to explore how the roaming of IoT devices could be aided by a new spin on existing technology.
Vodafone Ireland has launched a new service for enterprises to launch and scale SIM-based IoT networks.
Security is central to the Internet of Things success and not a peripheral issue, an Executive Member of the IoT Council has claimed.
Deutsche Telekom's smart home solution is broadening its reach in Norway after partnering with a company to distribute it through 15 energy companies.
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