Internet of Things at Innovation City MWC18
Join the GSMA and partners that are at the very forefront of mobile innovation, including: China Mobile, Far EasTone, Samsung and Telefonica, showcasing products and solutions that are changing the way the world communicates and helping to create a connected, secure, intelligent, and sustainable future with the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Things Programme Team will be available in the GSMA Innovation City throughout Mobile World Congress 2018 to answer your questions and meet face to face.
|Keeping Track of the World – SmartThings Tracker: The World First Mobile IoT Tracker for Consumer||
|With 40 network deploymentsaround the world, Mobile IoT (low power wide area in licensed spectrum) is set to transform everyday life around the world. This demonstration, the SmartThings Tracker, on live LTE-M and NB-IoT networks, is the world first tracker for consumers linking all that matters in life anywhere and anytime with trusted Mobile IoT connections, aspiring for a better future.|
|The IoT Punch Boxer – Mobile IoT Innovators Showcase||BeWhere||Hit the IoT Punch Bag to find out how strong you really are and discover the impact of Mobile IoT! An accelerometer inside the IoT Punch Bag measures the power of your stroke, and LTE-M technology transmits the results. The accelerometer is used to measure impact and prevent goods from being damaged. For example, it can measure impact on defibrillators to register the threshold at which they are no longer covered by warranty and might pose a health hazard. Using Mobile IoT technologies allows companies to send small amounts of data intermittently, at low cost, over a wide geographic area, and in remote or hard to reach locations.|
|The Air We Breathe||China Mobile
|Air pollution presents a growing health risk worldwide, potentially leading to asthma attacks, heart disease, lung cancer or chronic bronchitis. The development of the Internet of Things and advances in technology have led to the availability of new sensors and techniques for measuring and reporting on air quality data. This demo highlights how mobile operators are working with cities and using IoT Big Data analytics to improve the health prospects and quality of life for citizens.|
|Securing the IoT with the SIM||
|The SIM is the only common component across all types of cellular IoT devices, providing a trusted and standardised foundation to enable IoT services. These demonstrations show how IoT services can leverage the security of the SIM to create a secure IoT and a secure future for everyone.
SIMbae’s “Host It” solution from Able Device for a smart traffic light resides within the SIM and extends the SIM’s standard functionality to become the embedded IoT application processor for the traffic light. The solution leverages the mobile network’s capabilities of secure SIM provisioning, communication and transmission of data.
Telefonica is demonstrating how cellular enabled energy meters connected to Amazon Web Services can securely receive digital certificates “over the air” using the energy meters’ SIM cards. This solution enables secure authentication between the energy meter and the AWS cloud, and the use of the SIM guarantees the secure transmission, storage and update of these IoT device credentials.
|Smart Stadium||FC Barcelona
Mobile World Capital
|Camp Nou “new field”, the home stadium of Football Club Barcelona, the largest stadium in Europe and the third largest association football stadium in the world. The stadium also houses the second-most visited museum in Catalonia, which receives more than 1.2 million visitors per year. With such significant numbers visiting the stadium, safety and efficiency are fundamental elements that FC Barcelona are continuously seeking to improve. Optimising transportation options and improving visitor experience are other key considerations. This demonstration explores how FC Barcelona are building new solutions using IoT Big Data and Mobile IoT technologies.|