Partnering with Audi has allowed us to push the boundaries of 5G technologies for Critical IoT automation applications in smart factories, with 5G Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC).
Early movers in asset tracking show examples of low-powered cellular IoT devices that drive the cellular IoT market forward.
IntraGrain enables farmers to reduce grain spoilage and loss with SaskTel and Ericsson.
With cellular connectivity, advanced tracking solutions and energy-efficient wearables make it easier to monitor assets.
Globe Tracker allows global logistics companies to increase supply chain visibility with T-Mobile Austria and Ericsson.
Smart and connected solar powered water pumps enable energy savings for farmers in India. Smart irrigation and cellular connectivity improves productivity and provides sustainable energy with predictable maintenance for reliable clean water in off-grid regions.
Leveraging the existing cellular network, C-V2X communications have the potential to transform our roads and make them safer for everyone – here’s how.
Steelcase and Ericsson collaborate to explore how 5G and IoT will revolutionize tomorrow’s workplaces, today.
Telia removes barriers for smart grids by enabling massive cellular IoT for millions of smart meters. Cellular-enabled, Massive IoT, Narrow Band (NB-IoT) and Cat-M1 makes the business case add-up.
Regional mobile operators in Asia Pacific unite to build a unified platform for enterprises to access the global IoT ecosystem.
China Telecom enables 400 and counting enterprises to deploy, control and scale IoT device management with more than 10 million provisioned connections.
Coveted car brand, Borgward, uses Orange connectivity management to revolutionize its entry into new regions and offer global connected car services.
Driving innovation in water technology with global connectivity delivered from IoT Accelerator, Grundfos can now deliver valuable actionable insights to their customers.
With Ericsson IoT technology under the hood, this innovative end-to-end solution ushers in a new standard of IoT device and data management.
Getting connected healthcare devices on the global market requires an ecosystem of operator and enterprise partners.
Ericsson and du, a telecommunications operator based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have partnered to accelerate digitalization in the region by deploying innovative solutions that enable faster introduction of new Internet of Things (IoT) services.
Ericsson and LYNK & CO are collaborating on a cloud-based solution with endless opportunities to personalize, enrich and expand the automobile experience.
Many citizens are asking what more authorities can do to keep people safe. In collaboration with China Mobile and the China Geological Survey Institute, Ericsson is demonstrating how massive IoT can be used to save lives through disaster monitoring and early warnings
Clean and healthy water is a basic human right. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal No 6 is to improve the quality of water, so that everyone has access to clean water by 2030.
The China Telecom IoT Open Platform enables enterprises to deploy, control and scale the management of IoT devices through partnerships.
Ericsson’s Connected Mangroves project, combines cloud, machine-to-machine and mobile broadband to help the local community in Selangor, Malaysia, to better manage the growth of new mangrove saplings.
The smart manufacturing project is enabling Martin Friis and his team at SKF’s world-class factory to radically transform manufacturing, and provide competitive advantage by introducing fundamental changes to the way industries operate.