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.
The global research and advisory firms Gartner and Information Services Group again rank Deutsche Telekom and its corporate customer subsidiary T-Systems as leaders in IoT and M2M.
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.
The real estate service provider ista has tested the network technology narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) in buildings together with Deutsche Telekom. The new technology scored well with very high availability.
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.
Searching for a place to park creates traffic congestion in urban areas all around the world. But smart parking solutions that can solve this problem are starting to go global – just look at examples from California, Estonia, Canada, Switzerland, the Benelux, Australia and New Zealand.
18 LTE-M solution partners passed the finishing line in Vienna: In the perfect pre-Christmas scenery of Vienna, T-Mobile Austria hosted the Summit of the hubraum LTE-M Prototyping program which attracted more than 150 participants. During the event, 18 solution partners who have successfully completed the program had the opportunity to present their LTE-M prototypes & use cases to the audience.
The growth of smart homes continues apace: According to Berg Insights, some 22.5 million households in Europe had been fitted with such technology by the end of 2017. North America is close behind with 22.3 million.
“Eighty percent of all corporate processes can be automated today,” says AI expert Chris Boos. How artificial intelligence is solving the business world’s problems by disrupting it.
On November 22, Deutsche Telekom has presented the finalists of the hubraum LTE-M Prototyping program at the Summit in the T-Center in Vienna, Austria. The event was very much the culmination point of the efforts made by the 18 solution partners and their mentors over the last months.
Machines with human facial expressions, networked street furniture that cleans the air of fine dust. And valuable tips for the digital transformation. Innoday2018 had it all.
An Apple founder, a boxing world champion and three international pop stars in Cologne - just some of the highlights on offer to visitors during Digital2018.
How Australia is digitalizing agriculture: Australia is providing farmers with an injection of cash to encourage them to use digital technologies in agriculture. It’s another example of an industry using digitalization and the Internet of Things to get fit for the future.
Caring for seniors and filling labor shortages: Japan wants to solve pressing societal issues by connecting the Internet of Things to robots and artificial intelligence. The country’s officials believe forging an ultramodern “Society 5.0” is the answer.
China is investing huge sums in cutting-edge technologies, including the Internet of Things. The country’s innovative IoT solutions are internationally competitive – and are coming from small start-ups as well as large companies.
There’s a digital awakening going on in the land of samba and soccer: Brazil’s government wants to accelerate adoption of the Internet of Things in the world’s fifth-largest country by area. Sectors of particular focus are agriculture, smart cities, industrial production and healthcare.
What does the future of medicine look like? How can we better connect patients, doctors and caregivers? And what infrastructure will they need to achieve this? Representatives from Deutsche Telekom discussed these topics and much more with partners, business leaders and healthcare experts including Eckart von Hirschhausen.
More and more companies are discovering that data can fuel completely new business models. Boris Otto, director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering (ISST) and head of its research project Industrial Data Space (IDS), explains why all this data also requires a marketplace.
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