Creating a brighter future through digital education for all

By Bjørn Kvaale June 22, 2022

Urgent action is needed to protect young people's futures and prevent a lost Covid-19 generation. That’s the opinion of former Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), Dame Carolyn Fairbairn.

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Topics: Bluetooth Low Energy, education

Could DECT NR+ democratize massive IoT in 5G?

By Kristian Sæther June 15, 2022

DECT NR+ (NR+) will be the first-ever, non-cellular wireless technology to become part of a cellular generation (“G”) standard, starting with 5G. It's also license-free and targets massive IoT applications targeting millions or billions of nodes. This takes massive IoT over 5G and private 5G networking from unaffordable for all but a privileged few to something any company can access.

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Topics: cellular IoT, DECT NR +

How to get even more from NB-IoT

By Martin Lesund June 9, 2022

Billions of remote IoT end devices are quietly doing their jobs, measuring humidity, temperature, vibration, air quality, or any of a hundred other parameters. The data from these devices is valuable, but that value can only be realized once the data is transmitted to the cloud to be sifted, analyzed, and then used to make informed decisions.

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Topics: NB-IoT, cellular IoT

Discovering innovative cellular IoT pioneers

By Thomas Page June 1, 2022

A study published in the U.K. earlier this year forecast the cellular IoT (LTE-M/NB-IoT) market would double in the next four years to $61 billion. Predictions aren’t always reliable, of course, but the numbers are significant, and if the sector lives up to its promise, continuous innovation will be essential.

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Topics: cellular IoT, Sustainability

Wireless access control benefits facility operators and occupants

By Lorenzo Amicucci May 25, 2022

Wireless access control is rapidly becoming a key defense across commercial, industrial, residential, government, and military verticals in an age where security is the top priority for facility managers and safety departments. The use of wireless technology enables systems that determine who can and can’t go into restricted areas to become far more sophisticated and effective.

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Topics: Bluetooth Low Energy, access control

LE Audio ready for developers of next-generation wireless sound products

By Vince Hagen May 18, 2022

Technology described as the ‘future of wireless sound’ allows engineers to enhance the sound quality and power consumption of wireless audio products

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Topics: Bluetooth Low Energy, LE Audio

Leak detection IoT technology saves homeowners and insurance claims

By Vince Hagen May 11, 2022

Since the times of Roman aqueducts, getting running water to people's homes has always been a feat of human ingenuity. Still, water leakage is a significant challenge. Now, unobtrusive IoT monitoring devices promise simpler and quicker leak detection.

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Topics: Bluetooth Low Energy

Matter promises to fulfill the smart home vision

By Finn Boetius May 4, 2022

As the much-paraphrased quote goes: “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” Twentieth-century predictions for today’s smart home are a case in point. As recently as 1999, 'experts' predicted that by 2005 we would have articulated two-armed house cleaning robots that could tidy up the place as well as wield a vacuum cleaner. Fast forward to 2022, and the suggestion is as far-fetched as ever.

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Topics: smart home, Matter

Cellular IoT: A more intelligent way to combat water pollution

By Ebbe Rømcke April 27, 2022

Wastewater overflows and sewerage spills are two of the most common types of water pollution worldwide. And both are extremely bad news.

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Topics: cellular IoT, Machine learning, AI, Sustainability

Powerful wearables herald new dawn for healthcare

By Thomas Søderholm April 20, 2022

It's been well over a decade since the consumer love affair with connected wearables first took hold. In the intervening years, billions of us have bought a device that today can monitor our activity, urge us to exercise, and congratulate us when we do, and field our calls and messages.

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Topics: wearables, healthcare, Machine learning

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