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Commuters remain frustrated by poor mobile reception on UK trains

Commuters in the UK continue to be frustrated by the inadequate state of mobile signal reception on trains and remain sceptical of Wi-Fi alternatives,...

Wait for 5G? The IoT needn’t hold its breath

When it comes to the connection between 5G and the IoT, confusion reigns. Some uncertainty is, perhaps, to be expected. After all, 5G, the fifth...

NextLiFi teams with Monash Uni to shine light on Li-Fi potential

NextLifi, an Australian specialist in Li-Fi technology, has announced it will work with engineers at Monash University to create prototypes that use light rather...

Cisco chosen to provide free Wi-Fi to City of London

Networking company Cisco has selected telecommunications services provider O2 for a multi-million pound project to roll out free public-access Wi-Fi in the City of...

IoB Insiders: IoT gets us into another fine mesh

IoB Insider Rob Bamforth of analyst company Quocirca, on why the time has come for commercial IoT applications to use the mesh technologies more...

Ulster University rolls out Sigfox-based IoT network

Northern Ireland’s Ulster University has become the first British educational institution to sign up to and roll out IoT networking technology Sigfox. The university was looking...

New Zealand Air Force recruits Blip Systems for traffic management project

The Royal New Zealand Air Force has partnered with Danish IoT company Blip Systems to devise a traffic management system and ease congestion at...

Birmingham Airport uses IoT to monitor queues and keep passengers happy

The UK's Birmingham Airport has implemented a solution to accurately measure queues and predict waiting times, following its busiest year to date. The airport saw...

Chicago implements CIVIQ smart city solution to boost citizen engagement

Chicago is implementing CIVIQ Smartscapes’ smart city solution in a bid to boost the information available for citizens and raise the level of engagement...

Jersey LoRa network will be a test bed for IoT start-ups

Digital Jersey has teamed up with telecoms firm JT to build Jersey’s first Long-Range (LoRa) Wide Area Network, as it bids to attract Internet...

IoT pilot aims to improve social housing, combat fuel poverty

Flagship Group is trialing an Internet of Things (IoT) pilot scheme to change the way housing providers operate in future. The venture, which is being...

There’s a standards problem in IoT, here’s how to solve it

IoB Insiders Professor William Webb, CEO of the Weightless SIG, discusses the current standards problem facing the Internet of Things (IoT) market, and how he...