Internet of Things Business Enablers

The GSMA is working to create a sustainable M2M regulatory & policy  environment that enables operators to unlock the consumer and business benefits of the IoT

 

A growing Internet of Things provides a huge range of socio-economic benefits. IoT solutions deliver benefits to society, governments, citizens, end-users and businesses. The knowledge and expertise that mobile operators develop through working in multiple markets and industries is consolidating their position in the IoT ecosystem.

Governments and regulators can unlock these socio-economic benefits by implementing policies that promote innovation and investment , as well as introducing regulatory frameworks that build trust and that are technology neutral. This will give confidence to consumers and the industry that will help to drive adoption of the IoT.

 

Internet of Things (IoT) Knowledgebase for Policy and Regulation

 

The IoT Knowledgebase has been developed to help GSMA Members* understand more about new services and enablers in the growing IoT ecosystem.

The IoT Knowledgebase contains a wide range of unique and useful policy and regulatory resources including:

  • Established GSMA positions on policy and regulation
  • Research papers and case studies to assist mobile operators in determining their own policy and regulatory strategies and processes
  • Insight of best practices and market trends
  • Statistics on IoT growth and its socio-economic impact
  • Key policy themes discussed by regulatory agencies
  • Examples of deployments in specific verticals such as Automotive, Health, Learning and Smart Cities

The IoT Knowledgebase is regularly updated with the latest information by the GSMA’s policy and regulatory experts and can be accessed via Infocentre 2, here.

*The IoT Knowledgebase is currently available to GSMA members only

Infocentre2

 

Infocentre2 is the gateway for members to access GSMA’s industry intelligence and information, up to date market data from all over the world, and an array of tools and knowledge bases covers all aspects of mobile communications.

 

Webinar Recording: Supporting Policy & Regulatory Frameworks This webinar explores the significant socioeconomic impact the IoT will have on citizens, businesses and governments in the Americas and worldwide. North America has seen signifi...

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Digital Healthcare Interoperability Report To realise the projected healthcare benefits of Digital Health solutions, interoperability is required at foundational, structural and, most importantly, semantic levels. This en...

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The GSMA IoT Webinar Series 2016-17 This webinar series explores key initiatives to accelerate the delivery of new connected services and devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). Topics will be explored and discuss...

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Epic Tour Tests Mobile Health report The 2015 mHealth Grand Tour from Brussels to Geneva was a field trial on an international cross-border scale. More than 23 cyclists with Type 1 diabetes were among over 100 rider...

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Webinar: Digital Health, is it Mobile?   The rapid increase in consumer ownership of smart phones and wearables has led to a growth in expectations and demands for more intelligent, multi-platform mobile health s...

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PwC’s IoT report now available in Spanish and Portuguese To coincide with Mobile 360 Latin America, the recently released PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) report, Realising the benefits of mobile-enabled IoT solutions is now available for ...

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Smart agriculture proves a natural use of NB-IoT Agriculture is core to Norwegian culture, but the sector faces increasingly serious challenges. Of the 46,620 farms in Norway, by the end of the last decade only 125,270 agricult...

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Asia-Pacific’s Ongoing Proliferation of Mobile IoT Deployments Cements it Mobile IoT’s growth across Asia-Pacific continues apace, in line with predictions made by PwC and the GSMA that, by 2020, the continent will become the world’s most connected...

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GSMA Experts to Speak on Mobile IoT Market and Security Assurance at Smart People are becoming increasingly aware of the Internet of Things.  Over the last year it has gone from being a theoretical prospect to many, with little everyday recognition, to...

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Release of Universal Hallmark for LTE-M Signals Technology’s Maturity As the industry moves to scale the Internet of Things over the next few years, Mobile IoT is set to become the dominant vehicle for cellular delivery.  Of the 3 billion low powe...

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Automotive IoT Security: Countering the Most Common Forms of Attack Over the past several decades, a pattern has emerged in information security: the attackers are winning, and they are winning faster. As the Internet of Things (IoT) evolves, and...

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GSMA IoT Security Guidelines named in UK Government’s “Secure by Design Today Margot James MP, Minister for Digital and Creative Industries, launched the UK Government’s “Secure by Design” report to address the security challenges presented by...

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GSMA IoT at Hannover Messe 2018 April 23, 2018 Mobile IoT networks are designed for Internet of Things (IoT) applications that are low cost, use low data rates, require battery lives measured in years, and often operate in re...

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GSMA IoT at LPWA London 2018 May 22, 2018 REGISTER HERE Mobile IoT refers to low power wide area (LPWA) 3GPP standardised secure operator managed IoT networks in licensed spectrum. In particular, LPWA networks designed f...

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IoT Security: GSMA Mobile 360 Series – Privacy & May 30, 2018 Exclusive IoT Discount The GSMA Internet of Things Programme is offering an exclusive 15% discount for the Mobile 360 Series – Privacy & Security. To receive the IoT discou...

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