GSMA IoT at GSMA Thrive North America

GSMA IoT at GSMA Thrive North America

Start: Tuesday 27 October 2020 09:00

End: Thursday 29 October 2020 16:30

Venue: Online

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Data and Disruption in the 5G Era

GSMA Thrive North America is a virtual event platform brought to you by the people behind MWC. Join us as we explore the potential of data in the realms of 5G, AI, IoT and in the future of disruptive innovation and experience:

  • Conferences sessions from GSMA, CTIA and industry partners
  • Video Shorts and Video-on-Demand
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Roundtables
  • Virtual Exhibition

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IoT Event Agenda

(PDT: GMT-7)
Tuesday 27 October
09:00 – 10:00 Keynote: Opening
12:00 – 12:30 Virtual Networking Roundtables
Shorts Released
13:30 – 14:30 Summit: 5G Logistics, Manufacturing and Supply Chain
14:30 – 15:30 Summit: Transforming Automotive
15:30 – 16:30 Virtual Networking Roundtables
Wednesday 28 October
12:00 – 13:00 IoT Theme Session
13:00 – 13:30 Virtual Networking Roundtables
Shorts Released
14:30 – 15:30 Summit: The Future of Manned & Unmanned Air Mobility
15:30 – 16:30 Virtual Networking Roundtables
Thursday 29 October
12:30 – 13:30 Virtual Networking Roundtables
Shorts Released
15:30 – 16:30 Virtual Networking Roundtables


Speakers will be announced shortly.

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IoT Beyond Connectivity Case Study: TELUS’ Vehicle Tracking Improves Urban Life


Wednesday 27 May 2020 | Asset Tracking | Connected Vehicles | Internet of Things – general | LTE-M | MIoT Technology | MIoT Technology LTE-M | North America | Resources |

TELUS' End-to-end IoT solution is helping Canadian cities deliver services faster and more efficiently

IoT Beyond Connectivity Case Study by Telefónica: Improving Urban Life In Argentina


Friday 20 Mar 2020 | Internet of Things – general | North America | Resources | Smart Cities | Smart Cities Resources |

Seeking to transform itself into a smart city, San Nicolas de los Arroyos, in the Buenos Aires district of Argentina, has deployed IoT solutions from Telefónica to enhance the quality of life of its inhabitants and the urban environment.

CES 2020: IoT Shines; 5G and Content Disappoint


Friday 17 Jan 2020 | North America | Resources |

[GSMA Intelligence] CES has slowly but steadily evolved from a consumer electronics show into a wider technology event, showcasing a range of new products and services for smart homes, connected cars, enterprise applications and digital entertainment...

Presentation Decks: Mobile IoT Breakfast Briefing at CES2020


Tuesday 14 Jan 2020 | Both Technologies | MIoT Technology | North America | Resources |

There has been a huge amount of hype about 5G and the opportunities it will create – but what will it mean for the mobile industry and the Internet of Things? Leading IoT operators have continued to launch new services such as low power wide area (LPWA)...

Connected Honeybees on Mobile IoT for the Sustainable World – NimbeLink


Tuesday 26 Mar 2019 | Europe | LTE-M | MIoT Technology | North America | Resources |

David Houghton, GM of Asset Tracking Solutions at NimbeLink talks about the usage of IoT asset trackers deployed on Mobile IoT networks in non-power devices like honeybee hives for monitoring the health of beehive – temperature, ...

Mobile IoT Enables Water Pipeline Management & Monitoring – BeWhere Inc.


Tuesday 26 Mar 2019 | LTE-M | MIoT Technology | North America | Resources | Smart Cities Utilities |

Chris Panczuk, Co-Founder & COO at BeWhere Inc. explains how Mobile IoT low-cost, low-power sensors are used in Toronto for water pressure monitoring. [button ...

LTE-M Commercialisation Case Study: How AT&T and Telstra Connect Million More IoT Devices


Wednesday 16 Jan 2019 | Asia-Pacific | LTE-M | MIoT Technology | North America | Resources | Smart Cities Commerce | Smart Cities Transport |

This paper outlines how two of the world’s leading mobile operators – AT&T and Telstra – are using LTE-M technology to roll out innovative new services. In Australia, Telstra is using LTE-M to support a solar-powered asset location tracking solution that..

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Industry News

Mobile IoT Reaches Across National Borders in Europe and North America

Helping the IoT work across borders will be essential to its growth.  Just as complications in mobile phone use during international travel are now largely a thing of the past, so must we prevent communication between devices from becoming a siloed affair: the IoT’s most ...

Smart Trash Cans are Quietly Supporting the Rise of the Smart City

Discussions around smart cities tend, perhaps naturally, to focus on the more exciting side of life: the intelligent home which can be personalised in a thousand different ways, say, or the prospect of browsing multimedia in autonomous vehicles.  As important as just about ...

MWC19 Los Angeles: as the IoT Grows, the Mobile Industry’s Role Grows with it

The global market driving growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly moving from the nascent  and theoretical to the ubiquitous and the very real – with commercial returns looking far more likely and of greater yield than just this time last year.  In this pivotal ...

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