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Where are my workers … and my car keys? Weekly M2M/IoT Roundup

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It’s hard work keeping up to speed on M2M/IoT trends, but we do our best to stay on top of (the Internet of) things. Here are a few stories that caught our attention this week:

Internet of Things (IoT) Infographic

How M2M Can Enhance the Customer Experience in Field Service
A good overview of the new service opportunities for the field service industry made possible by M2M technology. We also shared our own take on how smarter M2M devices can address mobile workforce challenges.

When it Comes to the Internet, Satellite is Part of the Mix
Carl Ford takes a look at how planning for satellite can solve the problem of ubiquitous coverage and lower the total cost of the solution at the same time. We’ll take a closer look at this issue on the Blog next week.

How Canadian organizations use the Internet of Things
A close to home look at some Canadian innovations from digital oilfield and vehicle tracking to new technology to make sure you never lose your keys again. Finally.

What is the Internet of Things (Infographic)
There are a lot of IoT infographics out there, and this new creation by Goldman Sachs is a welcome addition. Among the wide array of facts and figures is a summary of the plummeting costs of sensors, bandwidth and processing over the last 10 years.

What did we miss? Have your say in the comments below…

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Mark Kuiack

Mark Kuiack is Director of Digital Marketing for ORBCOMM. He is responsible for the strategic direction of ORBCOMM's web and social media presence, and has over 15 years of experience in marketing and writing about various technology applications.

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