M2M technology is powering the Internet of Things and bringing a brighter future closer. Take a look at two solutions our Cinterion concept boards power.
Posts Tagged ‘internet of things’
Posted on 16th Apr 2015 by Manfred Kube in M2M
Posted on 13th Apr 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
Tablets sell in the millions, but the majority can only go online via a Wi-Fi connection. We conducted some research to find out how consumers manage connectivity when on-the-go, and what on-demand connectivity in tablets could bring to the ever growing Internet of Things.
Posted on 20th Mar 2015 by Shannon Taylor in M2M
The buzz about Connected Car technology is higher than ever these days as innovative solutions transform not just our cars and driving experience, but our modern day connected lifestyles as well. Connected cars are driving a world of advanced capabilities to expand the horizons of the Internet of Things (IoT). For instance, intelligent road signs […]
Posted on 4th Mar 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
With this year’s show theme of ‘The Edge of Innovation’, and with huge excitement about the Internet of Things, connected cars and wearable devices, Gemalto’s On-Demand Connectivity will underpin some of the key trends for Mobile World Congress 2015
Posted on 10th Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
We’ve brought together the best of the IoT Twitterverse from November in honor of those who entered our #IoT Maker Challenge.
Posted on 5th Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
Vinicius Senger, Yara Senger and charity Devoxx4Kids are running a session for kids in Santa Clara, CA, training them in home automation powered by Arduino, Raspberry Pi and the Gemalto Concept Board in December 21
Posted on 3rd Dec 2014 by Manfred Kube in M2M
Avid readers of the blog will know we’ve been running a competition to find the next big thing in the Internet of Things. The IoT Maker challenge is now officially closed for submissions, and we’ve had some fantastic ideas from around the globe.
Posted on 28th Nov 2014 by Manfred Kube in M2M
Mobile tracking in phones will soon help UK 999 operators track the location of emergencies to within 30m; connected cars will automatically call for help in the case of road incidents, and watches now come equipped with life-saving SOS buttons.
Posted on 28th Nov 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
As part of our IoT Maker challenge, we’ve mocked up a blueprint for a concept submission we received from Thang Nguyen. Thang’s idea uses the Internet of Things to alert hospitals of nearby road traffic accidents in real time.