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Internet of Things London Message Board General › ‘Wirelessly Connecting the Internet of Things’ – FREE to attend!

‘Wirelessly Connecting the Internet of Things’ – FREE to attend!

Scott W.
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Wootton Bassett, GB
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A group of industry players, including network and device suppliers, operators and academics, brought together by Vodafone, has been looking at the problem of supporting the “Internet of Things” for the past year and has recently published a White Paper outlining the options. These include further new features in LTE that would be defined through 3GPP or an alternative “clean slate” cellular standard defined specifically to meet the needs of the IoT. Any future system will need to connect “things” that don’t have large amounts of data to communicate; can be in hard-to-reach locations such as manholes, meter closets, and in very isolated locations; and need to operate for years on small batteries. The purpose of this paper is to share across the industry a vision of how a low-cost m2m solution could be developed, either as an integrated part of or a complement to the evolution of current cellular technology. This would allow operators to provide connectivity for all sorts of devices in the future in the mass Internet of Things (IoT) market.

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