It’s the 1st developer platform for NB-IoT in the US, claimed Twilio, a cellular low-power wide-area network technology, which “will substantially reduce prices & increase battery life.”
‘Code IoT’ is a platform with Online courses developed by the Laboratório de Sistemas Integráveis (LSI-TEC). This is an initiative by Samsung, & aims to present concepts of IoT, programming and electronics.
A satellite operator, ‘Kineis’ will provide universal connectivity, & any object fitted with a Kineis modem can be located & transmit data wherever it is, whatever the conditions.
The global Sprint IoT platform will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress Americas in Los Angeles, USA on Sept. 12.
70% consumers own an IoT device but only 20% understand the term IOT, states poll by Metova.
IoT is currently able to piggyback on existing standards and protocols. However, as data grows and threats multiply, standards will need to be developed for data translation and communication and facilitate massive deployment. Key players are helping the cause by investing heavily in research and development, and this should in the mid to long run, result in globally accepted standards.