It is no secret that the Internet of Things will bring upon profound changes for all of us. We at Frenus want to ensure that your company is constantly aware of current IoT trends and developments.

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Selected messages of the last editions

  • Frost & Sullivan predict the IoT market to reach 45.31 bn devices by 2023, reflecting a CAGR of 20.3%. Recent developments in the fields of microelectronics, ubiquitous connectivity, and cognition are the key driving factors named in the report read more

  • Gill Devine, VP for Western Europe at Syncron, expects 125 mn wearable devices to be shipped by 2019. Furthermore, 75 mn devices are expected to be in use at workplaces by 2020 to help manufacturers and their employees achieve the best possible results read more

  • To fuel their digitalization efforts, TÜV Rheinland has announced to establish a “Competence Center IoT Privacy”. The center will offer a complete solution for all things relating to data protection in IoT with focus on training programs for product manufacturers and suppliers read more

  • Aeris Technologies has announced an IoT Automotive Services platform that enables OEMs to customize connected vehicle solutions. The aim is to create a better driving and ownership experience with notifications and updates delivered remotely via a smartphone read more

  • Osram has acquired Digital Lumens with an aim to be in a strong position to offer IoT and digital solutions. Digital Lumens is best known for its specialized LED strips that contain sensors and control software to light up spaces in a more energy-efficient way read more

  • Microsoft and Halliburton announced a strategic alliance between the two companies to drive digital transformation into the oil and gas industry. Microsoft will bring its expertise in cloud infrastructure while Halliburton will leverage its expertise in the industry read more

  • Indeco and IBM have announced a partnership to develop and deploy enterprise-scale IoT solutions. The partnership will give Indeco access to the cognitive power of the IBM Watson IoT platform for its industry solutions read more