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IRNAS's NB-IoT and LTE cellular-based device, using a Nordic Semiconductors SiP, captures power surge information and analyzes the data on the edge to enable low-power, wireless transmissions about conditions in the field.
OffGridBox, which brings power and potable water to remote sites in Africa and other parts of the world, is leveraging eze System connectivity—with Swarm satellite technology where mobile service is unavailable—so that each box can be monitored in real time or for analytics.
At its gas plants and drilling rigs in Saudi Arabia, the company has deployed an Internet of Things solution from FogHorn that leverages computer vision and other sensor data to track onsite conditions.
Asygn's RFID sensor ICs are being deployed or tested not only for hydropower production, but also agriculture and construction, to capture conditions in the field or at production facilities without requiring a battery or wired energy sources.
SweetSense is teaming with LoRa satellite company Swarm to track water usage and conditions for southwestern farmers and communities, to help them understand and manage their use of water in the face of climate change.
Outlaw Enterprises, in partnership with Budderfly, is deploying IoT technology to track energy consumption at its KFC and Taco Bell restaurants, using sensors to track conditions and enable management to receive alerts and conduct analysis to address such issues as propped-open freezer doors and broken heating units.
Digital Twin offers IoT smart metering solution; Sharp adds touchless authentication via RF Ideas BLE tech; CAEN RFID unveils RFID readers with Impinj ICs; Soracom intros IoT development service; Industrial Internet Consortium publishes trustworthiness document; Auterion, NTT e-Drone Technology form strategic alliance.
The company is partnering with Crown Castle to deploy gateways on its cellular towers in order to bring connectivity to 36 major cities, as well as transportation corridors across the country, by the end of 2021.
SenRa has built an Internet of Things network and provides deployments in 74 cities throughout the country, with plans to build out across all other major cities and into second- and third-tier cities and villages, for solutions ranging from utility meters to transportation and environmental condition monitoring.