Posts in M2M

What security, M2M and mobile technology tips can we learn from the new Batman?

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Posted on 1st Jul 2014 by in M2m

Earlier this year, Zach Snyder (of Man of Steel, 300 and Watchmen) tweeted a sneak preview of what the new Batman, played by Ben Affleck, will look like in the upcoming blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The photo spread throughout the internet and received over 47,000 retweets in just two weeks. This got […]

M2M and its transformative effect on the automotive industry

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Posted on 20th Jun 2014 by in M2m

Earlier this week on the blog we brought you news from the ITS European Congress in Helsinki, where Gemalto demonstrated live interoperability of the Cinterion(TM) automotive Grade M2M modules to the 112-based eCall and ERA-GLONASS vehicle emergency calling system. Delegates at the conference were shown how the technology is now able to interact with both […]

European ITS Congress in Helsinki – Witness the world’s first eCall from Europe to Russia

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Posted on 18th Jun 2014 by in M2m

The European ITS Congress is now under way in Helsinki; as the annual meeting for the entire ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems) community, it’s already attracted over 2200 transport technology professionals to the Messukeskus Expo and Convention Centre. In addition to being a fantastic networking opportunity for anyone interested in ITS, it’s above all a chance […]

Secured communication is driving the future for connected cars

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Posted on 23rd May 2014 by in M2m

From four-wheeled mobile offices to driverless cars and even windshields with integrated Google Glass, the possibilities to enhance transportation and improve our way of life are endless. As with most things Apple get involved in, the future of connected cars has become a hot topic over the past few months. Since the launch of Apple’s […]

What is the power of wireless modules in a connected world?

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Posted on 24th Apr 2014 by in M2m

Most people have heard of M2M, the Internet of Things, connected devices and more by now. If you haven’t, then M2M World Congress, taking place over the next few days in London, UK, should be on your agenda. However, the technical details that enable our hyper-connected world – giving us smart energy, tracking and tracing […]

M2M recycling – less waste, more haste

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Posted on 27th Feb 2014 by in M2m

The Internet of Things is set to turn a host of ordinary objects into connected devices – including many everyday items like the recycling bin. M2M technology can be used to remotely monitor recycling containers to improve logistics. In essence, data sent from a trash can to a fleet of refuse collectors can indicate exactly […]

Let’s play smart darts!

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Posted on 24th Feb 2014 by in M2m

We’ve been busy at Mobile World Congress 2014 this week. Read about the challenge of ‘Smart Darts’ here.

Questions on M2M from Lavanya Rammohan, Compass Intelligence

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Posted on 24th Feb 2014 by in M2m

As is now customary at this time of year, we here at Gemalto have spent the last few weeks compiling questions from influencers and industry experts on all things mobile. With Mobile World Congress kicking off this week, the time has come to share our responses, starting with questions from Lavanya Rammohan from Compass Intelligence. […]

M2M Connectivity – Are the possibilities endless?

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Posted on 19th Feb 2014 by in M2m

Mobile World Congress this year will once again have a Connected City experience provided by the GSMA. If you get a chance to explore this intelligent city of the future you’ll see how increasingly connected the world is becoming, how connected solutions will become part of everyday life, and how this technology is powering economic […]

The history of the mobile phone: very large, to small, and now getting bigger?

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Posted on 19th Feb 2014 by in M2m

Is it just me, or are cell phones (after decades of shrinking) getting bigger and bigger? The first mobiles (models from the ‘Improved Mobile Telephone Service’ of the 1960s) were laughably large by today’s standards, and probably didn’t even warrant the description of ‘mobile’. Fortunately, the innovative and brilliant Martin Cooper, working for Motorola at […]