Internet of Things News Headline Updated on 16 July 2020 – AWS factory data, Synaptics buys Broadcom IoT, 1NCE suite, Telit mousetrap, SparkFun uses U-Blox, and more

The headline on 16 July 2020

AWS IoT SiteWise manages factory data. Amazon Web Services (AWS) has introduced a managed service that collects data from the plant floor, structures and labels the data, and generates real-time key performance indicators and metrics to help industrial users make data-driven decisions.

Synaptics buys Broadcom IoT business for $250m. California-based Synaptics is to acquire the wireless IoT business of Broadcom for $250m in an all-cash transaction.

1NCE provides IoT device management service suite. Tier-one IoT network carrier 1NCE is intensifying its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide an automatised and easy-to-use IoT device management service suite.

1NCE provides IoT device management service suite
1NCE provides IoT device management service suite

Telit IoT helps build better mousetrap. Danish company TrapMe has built a better mousetrap using IoT technology from Telit.

Telit IoT helps build better mousetrap
Telit IoT helps build better mousetrap

SparkFun GNSS boards use U-Blox dead reckoning. Colorado-based SparkFun Electronics has released two GPS and GNSS boards using automotive dead reckoning from Swiss company U-Blox.

SparkFun GNSS boards use U-Blox dead reckoning
SparkFun GNSS boards use U-Blox dead reckoning

Mobileum acquires Sigos for 5G and IoT testing. Mobileum, a California-based provider of analytics-based roaming, network security and risk management, has acquired German fraud detection company Sigos to provide end-to-end testing for 5G and IoT.

Telefonica and Erictel expand IoT collaboration. Telefonica and Erictel, a Spanish IoT developer, are expanding their collaboration to develop and commercialise IoT and big data mobility, including the management of field forces and asset tracking in all markets where Telefonica operates.

LG develops “world’s smallest” Bluetooth module. South Korean firm LG Innotek says it has developed the world’s smallest Bluetooth module. This should let it advance further into the IoT communication module market.

LG develops "world's smallest" Bluetooth module
LG develops “world’s smallest” Bluetooth module

STM simplifies IoT node development. Swiss firm ST Microelectronics is simplifying the complex software challenges that face developers of IoT nodes by introducing a discovery kit and expansion software.

STM simplifies IoT node development
STM simplifies IoT node development

HiSky starts Ku-band satellite terminal field trials. Israeli firm HiSky, a provider of satellite-connected IoT services, has started early field trials of its Ku-band satellite terminal.

HiSky starts Ku-band satellite terminal field trials
HiSky starts Ku-band satellite terminal field trials