IoT Agenda:

Wireless


April 30, 2019  11:52 AM

IoT grows when standards and partnerships share

Paula Hunter Profile: Paula Hunter
AIM, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, IoT partners, IoT partnerships, IoT standards, IoT wireless, LoRa Alliance, LoraWAN, LPWAN, near field communication, NFC, Thread, Wireless

"IoT appears to be growing up and past the standards battle stage of life. Instead, its participants are increasingly seeing the field as a series of applications and use cases with the most appropriate IoT technology being slotted in as appropriate, not as a big playing field served by a...

February 28, 2019  4:25 PM

Overcome power budget limitations to achieve breakthrough IoT systems

Ori Mor Profile: Ori Mor
battery, battery charging, battery life, Internet of Things, iot, IoT hardware, IoT power, IoT software, IoT wireless, powering IoT, Wired, Wireless, wireless power

Companies are constantly striving to introduce new and unique connected devices to market, and there has been a great deal of innovation aimed at the home and business that transform the way we live. Home security, for example, has been an emphasis for IoT ecosystem development and has already had...


February 27, 2019  12:28 PM

Wirelessly charge your IoT devices with your smartphone

Paula Hunter Profile: Paula Hunter
iot, IoT devices, IoT standards, Mobile, near field communication, NFC, NFC Forum, Wireless, wireless charging

According to Gartner, there are over 36 million IoT devices in the world, and soon many of them will be able to be wirelessly charged with the near field communication technology found in smartphones, tablets...


January 15, 2019  3:07 PM

The true cost of wireless power

Hatem Zeine Profile: Hatem Zeine
cost, IOT Network, IoT wireless, OTA, power, Power supplies, Power supply, real wireless power, ROI, Wireless, wireless power

Before looking at the cost of anything, it's always a good idea to know exactly what you're buying -- especially when it comes to wireless power, because the term currently has several connotations and variations. The definition is evolving. Real wireless power is power


January 10, 2019  10:54 AM

Thanks to new wireless capabilities, the future of IoT rests only on our imaginations

Evan Cummack Profile: Evan Cummack
Internet of Things, iot, IoT developers, IoT devices, IOT Network, IoT wireless, low-power wide area, LPWA, product development, Wireless, Wireless communications

The internet of things reached the mainstream consciousness in 2018, moving from a geeky technical topic to something your relatives might discuss at the dinner table over the holidays. As consumers, we all gravitate toward connected home IoT devices like Amazon Alexa or Google Home, but the hype...


November 13, 2018  1:01 PM

The role of IoT in mobility, smart cities and urban technology

Julia Kanouse Profile: Julia Kanouse
5G, ai, Artificial intelligence, Edge computing, fog computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IOT Network, iot privacy, iot security, Machine learning, Mobility, Smart cities, smart city, urban, urban technology, Wireless

Opportunities for IoT innovation in mobility, smart cities and urban technology abound. There are a multitude of things to be discovered, systems to be developed and problems to be solved. IoT will shift the paradigm of how we work, when we work and ultimately how we interact with the physical...


November 6, 2018  3:13 PM

TDOA for LPWANs: Challenges, improvements and testing

Kipp Jones Profile: Kipp Jones
GATEWAY, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, location, Location Based Services, Location technology, LPWAN, Testing, Wireless

This is the second in a three-part series on IoT, location and TDOA. To read part one, click here. Time difference of arrival (TDOA) in low-power...


November 1, 2018  11:16 AM

Use coexistence testing to solve the IoT device interference challenge

Cheryl Ajluni Profile: Cheryl Ajluni
Enterprise IoT, frequency, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, signals, Testing, Wireless, Wireless interference

In 2002, Verizon Wireless launched a funny and much talked about series of commercials featuring a man being dropped into a variety of crazy locations. Each time, he uttered the now famous line into his mobile phone, "Can you hear me now?" The commercials set out to establish Verizon Wireless as...


October 26, 2018  12:37 PM

IoT connectivity: The ugly duckling of IoT for network operators

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
Business model, Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, LTE, M2M, MNO, satellite, telco, telcos, Telecom, Wi-Fi, Wireless

Given my telco background, it was logical that back in 2014 I published some of my first articles in my IoT blog around the topic IoT connectivity. I described how the optimist...


October 25, 2018  11:53 AM

IEEE 802.16s: A wireless network standard for the industrial internet

Kathy Nelson Profile: Kathy Nelson
802.16, Enterprise IoT, IEEE 802.16, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, Mission-critical computing, standards, Wireless, Wireless standards

The industrial internet of things continues to grow, spanning from dense, bustling smart cities to remote network edge locations. Industrial operators in the utility, transportation, government and oil and gas sectors, to name a few, are shifting operations to become more interconnected, using...


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