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Industrial Internet of Things
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The platform making IIoT more accessible than ever
FreeWave have been an RF hardware vendor for over 25 years and today can enable any organisation to leverage the benefits of industrial IoT.
Industrial revolution will shape NZ's dairy and farming industries
“With IoT, data is coming so fast and being produced so quickly we need to be very, very efficient."
Utilities and critical infrastructure providers must improve cybersecurity
"Each automated and connected IIoT device is a potential entry point into a company network, and must be treated as such.”
Ingram NZ poised to grab share of industrial IoT
Ingram Micro has signed on FreeWave in a bid to expand their share of the industrial IoT market.
Apple & GE team up to bring industrial IoT apps to iPhones
These apps will give industrial operators more insight and visibility into the performance of their equipment and operations right from their iPhone.
RIoT Solutions ramps up security capabilities to match business growth
“The move to smart, connected networks puts us in a strong position to grow our business as demand for secure IoT connectivity increases."
Two industry heavyweights sign agreement to accelerate IIoT
The memorandum of understanding will allow them to work together in their shared interests in accelerating the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
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