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Recognized experts from the M2M industry share insights and views on the present and future of the Machine-to-Machine markets and technologies

M2M device saves the Amazon rainforest

M2M device saves the Amazon rainforest

Guest post by Eva Enanoria, LeadingQuest. The Tembe tribe, the indigenous people of Brazil, teams up with a tech start up company, Rainforest Connection to protect its rainforest from illegal logging activities, through a simple M2M device designed from old smartphones as deforestation threatens not only the Amazon. In fact it has become the second largest contributor to climate change because it produces more greenhouse gas than all the trucks, cars, airplanes and ships combined. Environmentalists believe that the best way to stop...
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Brazil Exports First M2M-enabled Aircraft for the Military

Brazil Exports First M2M-enabled Aircraft for the Military

Guest post by Eva Enanoria, LeadingQuest. Drones are one of the many applications that involves M2M communication technology today. These M2M-enabled aircrafts, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), do not have a human pilot aboard and rely mostly on onboard computers that are controlled remotely. As the concept of connected and driverless cars is gradually being adapted, pilot-less aircrafts have long been made a reality. In fact, military agencies all over the world have been using drones and other remotely controlled...
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Utilities – from risky business to smart, successful connectivity

Utilities – from risky business to smart, successful connectivity

Guest post by Angus Panton, Director of Power and Communications at software quality specialist, SQS Group Ltd.

Utilities are driving much of the action in consumer M2M – but it’s a disruptive technology for suppliers and needs careful quality control.

Players in the world of M2M communications are focusing on one of the fastest growing application sectors: energy and utilities. Consumer-based equipment such as smart meters and internet-controlled heating controls will be rolled out to possibly hundreds of millions of...
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Are M2M security solutions necessary for IoT?

Are M2M security solutions necessary for IoT?

Guest post by Eva Enanoria, LeadingQuest. As more equipment manufacturers and developers, particularly for consumer appliances, are catching up with the evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) and as most of these devices become M2M connected, new technologies and solutions are beginning to emerge, further speeding up the growth of IoT and facilitating a much smoother adoption process for industries and consumer sections. We are moving into a world where everything will be connected eventually. Several reports have indicated how...
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Bluetooth Smart Beacons for the IoT

Bluetooth Smart Beacons for the IoT

Guest post by Eva Enanoria, LeadingQuest. When Wi-Fi Alliance introduced Wi-Fi Direct, a wireless network specification that supports a wide array of uses that mostly invade the Bluetooth territory, everyone thought that it was going to be the end of Bluetooth technology. As interesting at it is, the technology found ways to survive and thrive in the ever-changing world of innovation and technology. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), a non-profit organization overseeing the development of bluetooth standards, designed a new...
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Utopia or Brave New World?

Utopia or Brave New World?

Guest post by Lawrence Lundy, ICT Consultant on connected society and data-driven services at Frost & Sullivan.

The benefits of a connected society will be colossal; companies will need to win consumers trust in order to thrive in this new world.

As William Gibson, the technology writer once said: “The future is already here - it’s just not very evenly distributed.” This is true of the geographic distribution of new technologies, and it is also true of the distribution new technologies across devices. In this...
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Wearable Tech Needs Fashion Collaboration and Business Model Revamp

Wearable Tech Needs Fashion Collaboration and Business Model Revamp

Image source: static.dezeen.com Guest post by Eva Enanoria. While it is true that wearables have created such a buzz these days with new electronic wristbands, health monitors and smartwatches emerging in the market every so often, and with giant tech companies such as Google, Samsung and Apple, leading the battle for the best wearable electronic device in town, there is no question. Yes, wearable technology is indeed the most exciting trend in the technology market today! Statista.com forecasts that wearable devices will reach a...
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Open-source Approaches To Ensure IoT Success

Open-source Approaches To Ensure IoT Success

Guest post by Eva Enanoria. Certainly, the Internet of Thing goes beyond connected television, surveillance cameras, smart gadgets and wearable technology. And as the adoption of the Internet of Things increases and becomes widespread in several different markets, issues on its lack of interoperability and integration cost have been raised along with its consistent escalating growth. Nonetheless, innovators from all over the world try to create different solutions such as Hypercat, in an attempt to bridge these gaps....
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What Drives Internet Traffic?

What Drives Internet Traffic?

Guest post by Eva Enanoria.

Internet traffic is to grow more than 20 percent by 2018, according to Cisco¹.

Cisco found that the global IP traffic for fixed and mobile devices will reach an annual rate of 1.6 zettabytes, which is more than one and one half of a trillion gigabytes per year. Meantime, the annual projected traffic is expected to reach a number greater than the number it has generated globally since 1984 up to 2013, which is 1.3 zettabytes. According to the forecast, IP traffic will come from a mixture...
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A Look Into the Future of Connected Cars

A Look Into the Future of Connected Cars

Guest post by Eva Enanoria, LeadingQuest. Recent market research shows that the Connected Cars market can grow really big. According to these reports, the US market alone will grow at 6.92% CAGR over a period of five years, from 2013 to 2018. We asked how ready the world, the consumers and businesses, is for connected cars. Eventually, we will. But do we know what we are getting ourselves ready for? At the rate that the connected world and Internet of Things are going, connecting virtually everything, from phones, to smart homes,...
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