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LoRaWAN makes its entry in the bouquet of network technologies supported by DLMS/COSEM - the most popular protocol for electricity meters
Trilliant to deploy a network that will enable smart metering and smart city applications such as connected CCTV cameras in the Ivory Coast.
Trilliant announced the expansion of a partnership with Nolin Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation (Nolin) for their Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) network.
Trilliant, 1NCE to deliver low-cost cellular connectivity designed to make last-mile connections for low data IIoT and smart meter applications.
The standard can now be used in energy & water infrastructure where low power wireless connectivity features are necessary.
Modules and chipsets for wireless sensor networks will generate more than $9.8 billion in revenue by 2024, up from $4.1 billion in 2018.
The demand for smart meters is expected to grow by more than $8.5 billion in five years. To reach this potential, smart meter vendors must benefit from the latest industry breakthroughs to ensure 24/7 reliable connectivity, future-proof solutions, seamless lifecycle management — all this at contained operational costs.
The LoRa Alliance, an association of firms backing the open LoRaWAN standard for IoT LPWAN , introduced its 2020-2021 Board of Directors.
The MIOTY Alliance has launched the software-based MIOTY technology in Germany.
By 2025, LPWAN and cellular technologies will account for 1 in 5 communicating meters, according to research firm IHS Markit.
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