INTERNET OF THINGS WORLD FORUM 2015
London, November 18-19, 2015
Las Vegas, 6th-9th Jan, 2016
MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS
Barcelona, 22nd-25th Feb, 2016
M2M WORLD CONGRESS
London, 26th-27th April, 2016
EMERGING IOT WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
It has been quite apparent by now that cellular technologies, built primarily for voice traffic, cannot provide a scalable solution for a long-range connectivity for the new world of millions of smart devices. Low Power Wireless Area Network (LPWAN) technologies have emerged as one of the holy-grail technologies that can potentially arrive at the optimal trade-off between long range (>10Km), low power (battery life in years), low cost and accuracy. Senaya has come up with a few potentially disruptive solutions in the LP_WAN space that have the ability to provide the scale and QoS (Quality of Services) the IoT solution demands.
LEVERAGING THE KOREAN ECOSYSTEM FOR IOT
South Korea has always been the flag bearer of technology revolution in Asia. But for a country that is smaller than Iceland and ranks 109th in the world in terms of size, emerging as the number one IoT connected nation in the world is quite a feat. In terms of total number of IoT connected devices, today, there are more 18 million connected devices in Korea, which places the country in the 3rd spot following the US with 84 million units and China with 78 million units.
PALLETS AND RETURNABLE ASSET TRACKING
Across asset supply chains, the ability to reduce the cost of asset loss, increase asset cycle time, and reduce asset damage have been constantly challenged due to lack of visibility of asset movement. Gaining visibility of assets movement will allow customers to gain insights into the path, the environment and the handling conditions their products are exposed to through their supply chain. With enhanced visibility across the supply chain, the potential benefits of Internet of Things (IoT) are proving to be substantial for both asset owners and asset users.