Monthly Archives: May 2016

AIS Augments Big Data for Enhanced Maritime Surveillance: Making Waves at GEOINT 2016

GEOINT 2016 was a fantastic geospatial data focused three days hosted by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). With more than 260 exhibitors, the show paired the interests of government and commercial stakeholders, highlighting emerging geospatial technologies and solutions. Whether

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IoT, RFID, Big Data and the Supply Chain Management Revolution

ChainLink Research did a great wrap up of all the new technologies, applications and use cases on review at the recent RFID Journal LIVE! Conference. There was so much to see and learn about. RFID touches just about everything in

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RFID Journal Live Recap: Delivering the ROI of IoT

ORBCOMM had a great time in Orlando at RFID Journal Live! At our show booth, we had the opportunity to reveal to about 3,000 attendees from more than 60 countries what we’ve been up to since the acquisition of InSync

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Asset Tracking Driving Better Business Decisions

Federal Highway Administrator Gregory Nadeau recently authored a blog post on the US Department of Transportation’s site announcing a new proposed rule that will requires state transportation agencies to monitor the performance of highways and use the collected data to help

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Mandatory AIS for All Vessels?

A study was published recently in the magazine Science calling for wider usage of Automatic Identification System (AIS) to track fishing activity. Governments are attempting to manage global fishing resources in a sustainable fashion, but these resources are in fact being

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Water Monitoring: Satellite M2M Technology Rising to Industry Challenges

Water monitoring is increasingly becoming a challenge for energy companies, governments and other industry stakeholders trying to find smarter ways to automate water meter readings, monitor water levels, detect leaks and manage water quality. While the challenge is more acute

Posted in 4. Oil & Gas / Utilities, 5. M2M/IoT Trends Tagged with: , , , ,

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