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    - Marco Stracuzzi

    The population of the earth will reach 9.9 billion people by 2050, according to a report by the Population Reference Bureau. As people move to more populated areas, cities face the challenges of providing enough power for everyone while using outdated power grids. Current electric grids — built mainly in the 1890s — are overburdened and […] The post Building the Smart Grid: IoT Energy Management Systems appeared first on Telit.

    - Safi Khan

    What Will 5G Replace? 5G’s lightning speeds, ultralow latency and expanded millimeter wave (mmWave) bandwidth promise to replace current technologies (e.g., Wi-Fi, legacy-wired broadband and cable modems) in the coming years, especially when it comes to IoT networks. 5G will enable a revolution in connectivity. According to a CNET report, 5G can enable several Internet […] The post What Will 5G Replace? Understanding Tomorrow’s Cellular Landscape appeared first on Telit.

    - Safi Khan

    5G cellular technology promises to change the future of wireless mobile communications. As more OEMs develop devices for 5G, carrier aggregation (CA) becomes an important tool that can significantly impact mobile performance for the end user. Network capacity is vital to end-user experience. CA allows mobile carriers to improve capacity, enabling them to deliver increased […] The post 5G Carrier Aggregation: What You Need to Know appeared first on Telit.

    - Martino Turcato

    Cybercrime has a significant impact on operations and your bottom line. According to Cybersecurity Ventures, cybercrime costs are expected to reach $6 trillion in 2021. These costs will rise to $10.5 trillion a year by 2025. What are the reasons for this rise, and how can organizations prepare for and respond to evolving cybersecurity risks? […] The post How to Win the IoT Cybersecurity War appeared first on Telit.

    - Bill Dykas

    The quality of your manufacturing data analytics is proportional to your data collection capacity. It’s not difficult to understand why. Data collection is the foundational element of the Internet of Things (IoT). Industrial IoT (IIoT) projects hinge on how well your organization can: Collect timely data from machines and systems on plant and shop floors, […] The post The Benefits and Challenges of Real-Time Manufacturing Data Collection appeared first on Telit.

    - Joe Braga

    As 2022 approaches, the Internet of Things (IoT)continues connecting more consumer goods — even if most buyers don’t realize it. Regardless of the language to describe the phenomenon (e.g., “smart fridges” and “devices that talk to each other”), consumers expect connectivity in everyday home products and electronics. Consumer IoT will account for $98 billion in […] The post 3 Emerging Use Cases of IoT in Consumer Goods for 2021 appeared first on Telit.

    - Marco Contento

    Smart cities involve many connected sensors and devices generating large data quantities. When managed well, this data flow can improve transparency and efficiency within the city’s infrastructure. In practice, the smart city utilizes many connected devices, including: Traffic cameras Parking garage sensors Utility meters Public transportation vehicles Streetlights Buildings Cellular networks and IoT are crucial […] The post 5G and the Smart City appeared first on Telit.

    - Jeff Clemow

    Smart farming and precision agriculture incorporate technology to make farm to market more efficient and productive. Smart agriculture — known as ag-tech — uses IoT sensors to connect everything from irrigation systems to soil and animal production. As 5G rolls out worldwide, this high-bandwidth cellular technology is poised to make an impact on ag-tech. Ag-tech […] The post Use Cases of 5G Technology in Smart Farming and Agriculture appeared first on Telit.

    - Bill Dykas

    The Internet of Things (IoT) describes a smart device network using the internet to enhance human life. Think of a refrigerator that tells you when you’re low on orange juice or a vehicle fitted with various sensors that alert your phone when a tire’s air is low. These use cases are only two of a […] The post An IoT Glossary: Definitions of 10 Terms You Need to Know to Understand the Internet of Things appeared first on Telit.

    - Gianmarco Zanda, PhD

    The Galileo global navigation satellite system (GNSS), named for the Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei, initially went live in 2016 in Europe. It is a highly accurate, civilian-controlled, state-of-the-art positioning system that works with GPS in the U.S. and GLONASS in Russia. As it provides dual-frequency as standard, Galileo offers real-time positioning with precision down to the […] The post What Is the Galileo Global Navigation Satellite System? appeared first on Telit.


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