Internet of Things Weekly News Roundup, July 8, 2017

By Kachi Ojieh Saturday, July 08, 2017
Internet of Things (Iot) Devices
Here’s a roundup of interesting Internet of Things news.

NEWS #1Nimble Wireless Uses Innovative IoT Approach To Oversee Remote Assets



An IoT startup company Nimble Wireless which was founded by Siva Siva Kumar and Naveen Sabapathy in 2007 is doing a great job. They are using hardware-based Internet of Things solution to monitor remote assets. Nimble Wireless was into wireless product services before diving into IoT-based monitoring products in 2012.

The company observed that there was hunger and poverty in India due to food wastage and lack of proper cold chain infrastructure. They decided to make a change. (Read: EconomicTimes)

NEWS #2How To Get Into Internet Of Things Multitrillion-Dollar Party The Easy Way



You cannot approach 2017 using 1960 methods; you must have the right game plan before the door of IoT multitrillion-dollar party will open up for you. Many IoT Startups needs good understanding of how to succeed, implementing business-driven solutions, knowing their customers and the path that can lead to success. (Read: Entrepreneur)

NEWS #3Ericsson And China Telecom Works Together To Launch Open Internet Of Things (IoT) Platform


In a bid to make it easier for enterprises to deploy and manage IoT Connections, China Telecom and Ericsson collaborates to launch a new open IoT platform which uses Ericsson's Device Connection Platform for enterprises.

"The platform offers enterprise customers reliable connectivity based on service-level agreements and a common, unified overview of devices and access networks," Ericsson said. (Read: ZDNet)

NEWS #4How Difficult Can It Be To Provide Good User Experience In IoT?



I love this article and learnt that you cannot be a successful product manager if you do not envision user experience. Internet of Things is growing rapidly; it is being embraced by many people and the challenges being faced by IoT companies to provide superb IoT experience exists out there. (Read: IoT For All)

NEWS #5Your Luggage Will Not Be Lost Anymore As Tumi Partners With AT&T On IoT Tracking Technology


Countless luggage have been lost by airport authorities across the world, which leads to travelers being stranded and confused. That Era is coming to an end as Tumi is working closely with AT&T and New Jersey-based technology company LugTrack to bring wireless tracking devices for travelers and other agencies.

“While airports and airlines are investing in technology to track luggage under their respective jurisdictions, the Tumi Global Locator puts the power into customers’ hands, providing tracking ability from the second a journey begins,” AT&T said. (Read: WWD)

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Internet of Things (Iot) Devices
Here’s a roundup of interesting Internet of Things news.

NEWS #1Nimble Wireless Uses Innovative IoT Approach To Oversee Remote Assets



An IoT startup company Nimble Wireless which was founded by Siva Siva Kumar and Naveen Sabapathy in 2007 is doing a great job. They are using hardware-based Internet of Things solution to monitor remote assets. Nimble Wireless was into wireless product services before diving into IoT-based monitoring products in 2012.

The company observed that there was hunger and poverty in India due to food wastage and lack of proper cold chain infrastructure. They decided to make a change. (Read: EconomicTimes)

NEWS #2How To Get Into Internet Of Things Multitrillion-Dollar Party The Easy Way



You cannot approach 2017 using 1960 methods; you must have the right game plan before the door of IoT multitrillion-dollar party will open up for you. Many IoT Startups needs good understanding of how to succeed, implementing business-driven solutions, knowing their customers and the path that can lead to success. (Read: Entrepreneur)

NEWS #3Ericsson And China Telecom Works Together To Launch Open Internet Of Things (IoT) Platform


In a bid to make it easier for enterprises to deploy and manage IoT Connections, China Telecom and Ericsson collaborates to launch a new open IoT platform which uses Ericsson's Device Connection Platform for enterprises.

"The platform offers enterprise customers reliable connectivity based on service-level agreements and a common, unified overview of devices and access networks," Ericsson said. (Read: ZDNet)

NEWS #4How Difficult Can It Be To Provide Good User Experience In IoT?



I love this article and learnt that you cannot be a successful product manager if you do not envision user experience. Internet of Things is growing rapidly; it is being embraced by many people and the challenges being faced by IoT companies to provide superb IoT experience exists out there. (Read: IoT For All)

NEWS #5Your Luggage Will Not Be Lost Anymore As Tumi Partners With AT&T On IoT Tracking Technology


Countless luggage have been lost by airport authorities across the world, which leads to travelers being stranded and confused. That Era is coming to an end as Tumi is working closely with AT&T and New Jersey-based technology company LugTrack to bring wireless tracking devices for travelers and other agencies.

“While airports and airlines are investing in technology to track luggage under their respective jurisdictions, the Tumi Global Locator puts the power into customers’ hands, providing tracking ability from the second a journey begins,” AT&T said. (Read: WWD)

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Kachi Ojieh
Kachi Ojieh

"Tech Is Before Anything Else since 2017". Kachi Ojieh is the CEO and Founder of Tech Is Bae. An enthusiastic blogger with the heart to unify all tech lovers across the globe. Currently working to make sure readers keep coming back for more.

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