The Digital Interface Standards Working Group (DIS), has invited the satellite communications (SATCOM) community to collaborate on the development of an open interoperability standard for the SATCOM industry. The standard will enable all manufacturers to build interoperable technologies that work in both open and closed network topologies, delivering the most advantages at the lowest cost. […]
PayByPhone, a global providr of mobile parking payments, has partnered with ParkBee, one of the digital car park operators, to offer its cashless parking services in 17 locations primarily across Greater London from 2 August 2021. Adam Dolphin, UK sales director for PayByPhone says, “Like PayByPhone, ParkBee is a business that uses technology to simplify […]
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As factory production begins for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) within the next three years, SAE Level 4 autonomy will move from modified heavy-duty trucks and pilots to a reality across multiple regions. According to ABI Research, a global technology market advisory firm, these vehicle shipments will rise worldwide by 186% from 2024 to 2026. “TuSimple with Navistar […]
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NSSLGlobal, an independent service provider of satellite communications to the government and maritime industry and Telesat, one of the innovative satellite operators, have signed a long-term strategic co-operation agreement. The aim is to collaborate on the commercial and technical aspects of Telesat’s new Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation, Telesat Lightspeed, initially consisting of a global […]
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Nagasaki University and Kyocera Corporation announced their joint development of an Energy Harvesting Smart Buoy, which combines Nagasaki University’s tidal current power generation technology with Kyocera’s IoT technology to collect reliable ocean data. Prototype buoys can collect a wide range of data on the marine environment using self-generated energy. A pilot program gathered information from […]
FMCG and retail marketplace supply chain specialist CHEP, has launched a new Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) notification functionality for all its deliveries. Building on CHEP’s unrivalled network, scale and market knowledge, this full visibility system automatically sends customers a message when their delivery leaves a CHEP service centre with an estimated time of arrival […]
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The global smart transportation market was valued at US$57.9 billion (€49.50 billion) in 2018 and is expected to reach US$191.3 billion (€163.55 billion) in 2026, growing at a CAGR of 16.4% during the forecast period. Rising population demands, increased safety and convenience, are some of major benefits offered by smart transportation which are driving the growth of the smart transportation market globally. The European Union […]
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If you were asked to name one industry vertical with a lot to gain from connecting its devices, analysing their data, then using these insights to create new services, what would it be? Smart cities? Manufacturing? Healthcare? How about transport? It’s benefited hugely over the years from machine-to-machine communications (M2M), particularly in vehicle telematics. But […]
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