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IoT Time Podcast S.5 Ep.29 EY

By: Ken Briodagh     8/13/2020

In this episode of IoT Time Podcast, Ken Briodagh sits down with Steve Patton, Mobility Sector Leader, EY Americas, to talk about autonomous cars, Driverless Supply Chain, and Dark Factories.

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KORE Webinar to De-Mystify eSIM for IoT

By: Ken Briodagh     8/12/2020

It is critical for any size of business in any market, in any corner of the IoT to learn the ins and outs of the eSIM strategy for fixing many of the problems of global connectivity.

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The Gotchas: IoT Liabilities

By: Gary Audin     8/12/2020

Who is responsible if there is an error, illness, injury, or financial loss when an IoT problem arises? Who do you sue? Are there regulations that cover the problem?

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CalAmp Renews Contract with Caterpillar for 4G LTE Telematics

By: Ken Briodagh     8/10/2020

CalAmp is extending its relationship with Caterpillar to facilitate the company's expansion of connected assets, including the migration of several existing fleets to 4G LTE.

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Getting Patients More Involved with IoT-based Solutions

By: Special Guest     8/10/2020

Advances in IoT technology have led to remote patient monitoring solutions that can help healthcare providers monitor patients while they remain home, transforming their patient care.

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South Korea to Use AI & 5G to Boost Economy from COVID-19, Says GlobalData

By: Ken Briodagh     8/7/2020

South Korea's recent "New Deal" aims to leverage technologies like 5G and AI to support economic recovery post-COVID-19, said GlobalData, a data and analytics company, in a recent release.

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Rise in Remote Work Propels Network Visibility to Top Concern

By: Chrissie Cluney     8/7/2020

VIAVI Solutions has released the results of its 13th annual State of the Network Global Study of enterprise networking and security challenges.

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IIoT to the Rescue: Modernizing Failing Energy Infrastructure

By: Arti Loftus     8/7/2020

Capacity bottlenecks, increased demand, and stronger storms due to climate change mean that Americans will experience longer and more frequent power interruptions, if nothing is done.

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