IoT Industry Events
Tobacconist using IoT to track cigarette thieves
Here’s another use for low power wireless networks and devices – hiding them in retail goods to track thieves.
Sigfox floats idea of people-tracking at World Cup and Olympics
Low power network connects thousands of athletes.
"We think we will have a lot of B2C applications", says Sigfox founder
Publishes radio specification to encourage IOT network usage.
Australian rail repair company uses IoT to track parts
Attaching tracking devices to machinery parts.
Amadeus to explore IoT in travel
Using Sigfox's new 'Bubbles' technology.
WWII code-breaking computer gets IoT protection
Taking extreme measures to prevent overheating.
Paessler and Sigfox strike IoT monitoring deal
PRTG Network Monitor functionality expanded.
CCP’s monitoring devices supporting more networks
Sigfox support added, NB-IoT and CAT-M1 to come.
‘World first’ monitor for the elderly
One of several new Sigfox-based technologies.
Sigfox debuts disposable 20c IoT device
Device is “game changer to connect anything”.
Tasmanet aiming to IoT enable Tasmania
Sigfox network to cover of 95% of state’s population by year-end, Tasmanet says.
WaterGroup teams with Thinxtra for smart water meters
Sigfox becomes preferred network option.
NZ IoT network competition heats up
Vodafone and Spark join the fray.
Thinxtra releases Sigfox-ready development kit
Xkit4 targeting start-ups, design houses and educational institutions.
New Sigfox A/NZ boss reveals growth plans
Richard Oliver explains how the IoT network can beat the telcos.
Thinxtra, UTS team up to boost IoT innovation
University of Technology, Sydney, to get free access to Sigfox network.
Thinxtra brings Sigfox network to Hong Kong
Bringing IoT connectivity to the gateway of China.
Thinxtra offers free IoT connectivity to councils
Startup invests $5 million to help local governments develop smart city applications.
Is NB-IoT the LPWAN to rule them all?
Huawei executive explains advantages over LoRa and Sigfox.
IoT network reaches 25 percent of A/NZ population
Thinxtra makes quick progress deploying Sigfox network.
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