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Locating LTE-M1 Devices

Sep 13, 2017   

Posted by Dave McHoul

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This blog is part three of a six part series dedicated to locating Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) IoT devices. Previous posts discussed locating Ingenu and LoRa IoT devices. This post looks at the practical challenges associated with locating devices that communicate via the LTE-M1 LPWAN protocol.  

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Topics: Internet of Things, location

Locating LoRa Devices

Sep 7, 2017   

Posted by Dave McHoul

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This blog is part two of a six part series dedicated to locating Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) IoT devices. In our first post, we discussed locating Ingenu IoT devices. This post looks at the practical challenges associated with locating devices that communicate via the LoRa LPWAN protocol.  

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Topics: Internet of Things, location

Locating Ingenu IoT Devices

Aug 31, 2017   

Posted by Dave McHoul

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This blog is part one of a six part series dedicated to locating Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) IoT devices. This initial post looks at the practical challenges associated with locating devices that communicate via the Ingenu LPWAN protocol.  

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Topics: Internet of Things, location

Skyhook Precision Location is on IBM Bluemix!

Aug 29, 2017   

Posted by Dave McHoul

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IBM Watson gained fame a few years ago when it beat all-time champion Ken Jennings on Jeopardy.  Since then, Watson's cognitive abilities have become even more robust, branching out into multiple specialty areas, including Internet of Things (IoT).  As a logical next step in our ongoing partnership with IBM Watson, Skyhook is proud to announce that Precision Location is now available via IBM Bluemix, making it even easier for our joint customers to create innovative IoT solutions.  

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Topics: Devices, Internet of Things, location

7 Companies Conquering IoT Right Now

Aug 8, 2017   

Posted by Brittany Dervan

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The Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem is continuously changing and developing and the future looks bright. Bain estimates that by 2020, annual revenues could exceed $450 billion for IoT vendors selling hardware, software and comprehensive solutions. IoT is making lives easier and helping businesses run more efficiently and effectively. There are 7 companies right now that are standing out from the rest and utilizing IoT to the best of their ability.

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Topics: Internet of Things, location