When new cars are delivered to dealers, carmakers often lack important information about the location and condition of the vehicles. Now a digital monitoring solution creates transparency.
The topics of 5G and edge computing are gaining momentum. We present start-ups that are developing innovative solutions – from applications for the automotive industry to products for VR gaming. Part 3 of our practice series.
Digital price tags, in-store video displays managed centrally and eye-tracking glasses: Globus is one of the most digitalized retailers in Germany. The reason for its success is a highly professional technical infrastructure.
AR/VR to future mobility: In our new series, we present 5G start-ups and their creative solutions for 5G and edge computing applications.
Strategy, partnerships, security: Rami Avidan, Head of IoT at Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Systems, talks about success factors in the IoT business in a podcast interview for the latest edition of IoT Now magazine.
The logistics industry seeks to completely digitize but still labels their transport boxes with paper labels. The e-label now makes this process more efficient and transparent.
AR and VR, entertainment and gaming, future mobility and robotics – just as numerous as the possible uses of 5G applications, is the need on the customer side. We show innovative solutions of promising start-ups.
IoT is establishing itself among Germany’s small and medium-sized businesses. However, companies are no longer limited to monitoring and controlling machines and processes. It enable much more exciting applications.
Companies in the food industry such as restaurants are bound by the EU regulation on food hygiene. That sounds like a lot of effort and bureaucracy – but IoT turns it into a fully digital process that ensures the quality of food and beverages.
Self-driving transport robots, remote maintenance and automatic status reports: The factory of the future functions autonomously and is networked. Why OSRAM is already working in such a forward-thinking way in Schwabmünchen.
5G is key for enabling innovative technology. Why network operators like Deutsche Telekom have bought the new frequencies at auction for many billions of euros. And what this means for the digitalization of industry.
Nowadays, orders are often supposed to reach their destination on the same day. With In-Car-Delivery, the detour via a central pick-up warehouse can be avoided and delivery can be accelerated.
Businesses, public service providers and citizens – everyone profits from an open marketplace allowing companies and municipalities to share their data.
The IoT Service Button allows workers on the assembly line at BMW’s factory in Leipzig to easily order new supplies. The foundation for this Industry 4.0 technology is the wireless standard Narrowband-IoT.
As a true digital native, Rami Avidan, the new head of IoT at T-Systems, knows the challenges companies face with their IoT projects. In an interview with IoT-Now, he explains what the Internet of Things is all about.
Internet of Things has arrived in the German middle class and is constantly evolving. A new study commissioned by Deutsche Telekom shows cases of use, success factors and action recommendations.
Repairing Autobahn roads and overpasses costs German tax payers several million euros each year. But the Internet of Things (IoT) is helping spot damage as soon as it occurs.
How the Internet of Things (IoT) is making European towns and metropolises into smart cities. Europe’s metropolises are global leaders when it comes to using IoT and smart city technologies to improve sustainability.
Since April 1, Rami Avidan has been responsible for the IoT business at Deutsche Telekom. He celebrated his debut directly at the Hannover Messe and got to know the great team. Now he talks about his impressions.
With wireless sensors that measure the temperature, humidity, brightness and CO2 content of indoor air, the Internet of Things provides more security, comfort and transparency in schools, hospitals and large offices.
The transport and logistics industry drives far ahead of other industries and large parts of production when it comes to digitization. The Internet of Things offers companies many opportunities to digitize and improve their machines, goods or processes. This way, they can win new customers and open up new markets.
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