IoT is the future, even if we worry it’s the Internet of hackable and crackable things, which standard will win – Sigfox, LoRaWAN, NB-IOT or something else?
Tasmania expects to be the first state to become IoT-ready, with 95% of the population set to be covered by a dedicated IoT network before the end of this year.
French wireless Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity company Sigfox has announced it has raised €150 million or US$159 million to support its global expansion.
Internet of Things and communications services vendor Thinxtra is investing $5 million in a programme to bring Internet of Things services to local government councils across Australia.
Internet of Things (IOT) vendor Thinxtra has started the deployment of the live SIGFOX public network, with installations of base stations and antennas on top of two of the tallest buildings in Australia - Sydney Tower Eye and Melbourne’s Eureka Tower.
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