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Huawei partners with Infosys and Wapwag to release innovative practices based on open edge computing IoT

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

At HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, Huawei joined hands with Infosys, the provider of information technology and business consultation services in the industry, and Wapwag, a provider of smart water affair solutions. Together they released a series of important innovative practices including smart robots/ machine tools and smart water affairs based on open edge computing IoT, accelerating […]

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WND UK hosts two-day ‘hackathon’ workshop to help businesses develop Sigfox applications

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

WND UK, the UK’s primary Sigfox network operator, will host a two-day, hands-on workshop at Sci-Tech Daresbury in Cheshire for businesses wishing to learn more about how the Low Powered Wide Area Network (LPWAN) communications protocol – Sigfox, can be developed to improve ideas for commercial business applications. In conjunction with the Science & Technology […]

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InfiNet Wireless to showcase its latest Smart City solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2017

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

InfiNet Wireless, the provider in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, will showcase its cutting-edge Smart City solution portfolio at GITEX Technology Week 2017 in Dubai, 8-12 October. Addressing the mission-critical needs of homeland security, traffic management and optimisation, remote environmental and health monitoring, InfiNet’s portfolio is uniquely positioned to deliver the robust and reliable infrastructures which […]

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Hansen Technologies acquires Enoro

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

Hansen Technologies Limited is pleased to announce the acquisition of Enoro Holding A/S, the Nordic market provider of Customer Information Systems (CIS) and Metre Data Management (MDM) systems for the energy sector. “We are thrilled to welcome Enoro’s customers and staff to Hansen Technologies. Enoro is the perfect strategic fit for Hansen. It occupies a […]

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Leveraging IoT based technologies at the construction jobsite

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

The Internet of Things is ubiquitous, disrupting every aspect of how we live, work and play. With smart home, for example, a home owner can communicate with their IoT-connected thermostat as they leave the office, ensuring that they can come home to a cool house on a hot summer afternoon. Now, homeowners can optimise air […]

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It’s an ill hurricane that blows nobody any good

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The IoT’s cameras capture people’s true personalities during a crisis because we get to see what people are like when there’s nobody watching. The recent storm footage put the people of Texas in a good light. They must have a tremendous sense of community and camaraderie, judging by all the footage that’s emerged of their selfless […]

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British-based Geo receives queen’s award from Lord-lieutenant of Cambridgeshire

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Geo, the Cambridge based developer of smarter home energy products has celebrated the formal presentation of the 2017 Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation. The award was presented by the Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Mrs Julie Spence, OBE QPM, at geo’s headquarters in Hardwick, and was in recognition of the technical and business achievements of the company. Geo has […]

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Bastille closes $27M Series B to detect rouge IoT devices

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Bastille, a threat detection platform for mobile, wireless, and IoT devices raised a $27M Series A round. Bessemer Venture Partners, Spinnaker VC, Comcast, Keel Funds, Ballentine Partners, and individual investors participated in the round. This brings Bestille’s total equity funding to $40M.

The company detects and reports ‘radio borne’ cyber-security threats.

The software-defined radio technology of Bastille can be used to detect rogue access points, covert listening devices, and any device attackers may use to extract information out of the enterprise. It also uses machine learning algorithms to build RF (radio frequency) personas of devices.

The startup calls its patent-pending technology “Collaborative Bandit Sensing”. Its function is to scan the spectrum of RF emitters within premises. It then builds a Probabilistic Graph Model of possible device characteristics to track and estimate device meta-information. The company’s product brief calls it the “Bayesian Device Fingerprinting’ whereby emitter, device, and people-device entities are identified and mapped.

Thus, a combination of RF-detection technologies of Bastille continuously monitors airspace across the entire wireless spectrum from 60MHz to 6GHz. As a result, its technology detects vulnerabilities and malicious behavior on wireless, cellular and IoT devices.

The key use cases of its threat detection technology are situational awareness to detect unauthorized devices, prevention of data exfiltration, and optimization of security resources.

Typical intruding assets that it is capable to identify are rouge Wi-Fi hotspots, rouge cell towers, unapproved cameras, and any device that may pose threat.

Till now, the company has raised $39M in three rounds from nine investors. This also includes an undisclosed amount of debt financing. Bastille kicked-off its startup journey by raising $3M angel investment back in Sep, 2014. .

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Pub/Sub model could connect IoT devices without carrier networks

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By Steven Max Patterson

Three characteristics of the Internet of Things (IoT) differentiate it from industrial automation.

  1. IoT devices are inexpensive.
  2. IoT devices can be ubiquitously connected everyplace and anyplace.
  3. IoT devices have inexpensive or zero-cost deployment.

It explains why we see so few IoT networks and why most of the industrial IoT forecasts are measurements of industrial automation that we have had for decades.

The first one, with the exception of the issue of strong security, is easy. The second two, though, in New Jersey parlance — says easy does hard.

Ubiquitous connectivity is talked about, and there is a glimmer of hope presented by Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) such as Senet that focus on both low-cost technology and a business model for entrepreneurial partners to deploy networks. But waiting for carriers to perfect and deploy 5G networks to build IoT solutions will delay innovators and prevent early adopters from building proof-of-concept and prototype networks essential for the iterative learning of technical methods, business cases and making financial projections of the benefits of IoT.

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A Vacation Lesson: Mastering Logistics with Analytics | @ThingsExpo #IoT #M2M #BigData

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Okay, so my vacations don’t necessary seem like other folks’ vacations. Yes, we relax. Yes, we spend too much money. Yes, we eat too much food. But for some reason, unusual learning opportunities pop up during our vacations, and this year’s vacation was no different. This year’s vacation theme was… logistics.
Our logistics foray started by watching the artsy-fartsy movie “The Lunchbox.” I hate artsy-fartsy movies, but my wife insists on watching them on vacation. The movie was excellent. However, I was totally mesmerized by the lunchbox delivery system that was a featured part of the movie. The lunchbox delivery system, called dabbawalas, delivers hot lunches from homes and restaurants to people at work in Mumbai, India. The lunchboxes are picked up mid morning, delivered to husbands at noon using bicycles and railway trains, and returned to the originating source in the afternoon.

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