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.
According to a study by Ernst & Young, the digital economy offers telecommunications companies plenty of opportunities for growth. Requirement: They develop new business models around IoT and M2M communication.
With the new online service, the IoT Solution Optimizer, companies can put their planned IoT solutions through their paces digitally well before they even set up real tests or budget their costs.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Deutsche Telekom presented innovative solutions and visions for the Internet of Things: Smart City, Smart Factory, Smart Gaming.
For mobile data transmission, Deutsche Telekom is now establishing the new LTE-M radio standard in its mobile communications network in addition to NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT). The new Mobile IoT Guide 2019 presents both technologies.
At the EuroCIS trade fair, Deutsche Telekom will not only be showing the branch networked with sensors, but also how the retail sector can automatically document its supply and value chain with blockchain. (Hall 9, Booth D58)
The integrated SIM card (embedded SIM, or eSIM for short) is a tiny chip that is soldered directly onto the circuit board of a smartphone or a communication unit in the car, making hardware components unnecessary.
Monitoring machines and increasing their lifespan, optimizing processes ultimately developing new business models using big data, machine learning or artificial intelligence: IoT offers companies many opportunities.
Every year the volume of cocaine smuggled in containers increases by 20 Percent. An intelligent tracker on the inside of containers sends a warning when unauthorized persons open the doors. Telekom's sensor network plays a major role here.
Groceries usually have to travel long distances before they end up in the consumers’ shopping cart. Around a third is lost or spoiled during transport. How the Internet of Things (IoT) reduces food waste.
India will soon be the world’s most populous country – with all the negative aspects that entails. In order to stave off a total traffic collapse and massive pollution problems, the Indian government is betting heavily on the Internet of Things.
We've got used to lost suitcases, but untraceable freight cars? Unfortunately, it happens again and again that wagons get lost. Thanks to a simple solution on the Internet of Things, rail vehicles will no longer be lost in the future.
The wireless standard NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) makes smart metering more efficient. And now a large measurement test has shown that the transmission technology for building is more effective than all previous solutions.
Real-time data from mobile goods is hard to come by. The Internet of Things (IoT) provides a solution: with digital, networked asset tracking solutions and new technologies.
In a central coordination center, a specialist cyber-security team collects and examines all the security-relevant data of the "connected car" ecosystem around the clock.
Smart meters measure electricity, gas or water consumption by the second and help to reduce costs. These intelligent electricity meters may still be expensive but according to a study, the global market is growing rapidly.
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