The vast number of devices connected on 5G networks can help locate themselves, rather than rely on centralised “anchors”
Network is now open to developers to bring trust and identity to the IoT.
Called ‘Sens’It Discovery’, it’s intended to let various industries experiment with Internet of Things experiences.
The MULTOS “Trust Anchor” secure embedded SDK promises to reduce the design effort for smart secure device projects requiring robust hardware root-of-trust protection, critical for many IoT solutions and businesses.
Researchers at Australia’s University of Surrey have come up with a way of using nanomaterials that generate electricity to help develop wearable tech products much faster. Using this new tool, wearable product designers can make accurate predictions on how a wearable product will perform before it’s actually produced.
Company will be launching several fully-managed Internet of Things based solutions that were secure, power efficient, cost effective and simple to deploy on any scale, large or small.