Mobile IoT Tour

January 31, 2017

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GSMA

This self-discovery tour of key demonstrations of Mobile IoT (licensed spectrum Low Power Wide Area) solutions gives attendees the opportunity to see at a glance the broad range of use cases for Mobile IoT solutions, and how these new technologies will help support the further growth of the Internet of Things around the world.

Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks will play an important role in connecting up the billions of new devices making up the IoT. LPWA technologies are expected to serve a diverse range of vertical industries and support a range of applications and deployment scenarios, which existing mobile technologies may not currently be best placed to connect. Mobile operators already run dozens of trials of LPWA technologies in licensed spectrum, standardised by 3GPP. The first commercial launches are planned for 2017.

See below a list of demonstrations and where to find each participating company. If you would like for your company to be listed, please contact connectedliving@gsma.com

Company Technology Demonstration Location
GSMA Mobile IoT Showcase LTE-M, NB-IoT Mobile IoT Showcase Winners: The GSMA will be welcoming the winners and runners up of the Mobile IoT Showcase to display their solutions GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Mobile IoT Development Kits LTE-M, NB-IoT On display are a selection of the developer kits which are available for use in the development of LTE-M and NB-IoT devices: AT&T, Huawei, Intel, Quectel, u-blox, Sierra Wireless GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
AT&T LTE-M Smart shelving solution Hall 4, 4A10
CMCC, Ericsson, Intel NB-IoT NB-IoT enabled connected factory GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
CMCC LTE-M, NB-IoT Dynamic demonstration of typical IoT applications scenarios including logistic tracking, industry IoT and smart wearables Hall 1, 1G50
Ericsson LTE-M Fleet management; industrial power tool; smart agriculture Hall 2, 2O60
Ericsson NB-IoT Connected conference hall; connected factory Hall 2, 2O60
Gemalto LTE-M Connected Street Light, upgradable to NB-IoT Hall 2, 2J29
Giesecke & Devrient NB-IoT Critical infrastructure support with required levels of security: smart lighting, flood monitoring, worker safety and work environment protection Hall 7, 7A41
Happy or Not, Vodafone NB-IoT HappyOrNot GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Huawei NB-IoT Smart parking Hall 1, 1J50
Leapcraft, u-blox NB-IoT “Sensing as a service” for various environmental sensing needs, e.g. air quality, water, flooding etc. and other smart city applications Hall 6, 6C50
Nokia NB-IoT Gas meter with a Telit NB-IoT module running on Nokia’s infrastructure Hall 3, 3A10
Oberthur Technologies, Sierra Wireless LTE-M Securing LPWA Networks: Demonstration of an LTE-M module using a GSMA Embedded SIM to support mobile operators in their evolution to 3GPP LPWA Hall 6, 6H30
Orange, Idea Cellular, GroundTruth, Nokia, Sierra Wireless EC-GSM-IoT Environmental measurements for agriculture & insurance GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Sequans LTE-M Demonstration of IoT devices using Monarch LTE-M chip, devices from e.g. Encore Networks, Gemalto, LinkLabs, Nimbelink, Pycom Hall 7, 7I81
Sierra Wireless LTE-M Demonstration of the coverage enhancements brought by the LTE-M technology for water metering and monitoring solutions GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Spirent Communications NB-IoT Demonstration of how to test and operationally assure NB-IoT across your Core networks Hall 6, 6J37
Summit Tech LTE-M, NB-IoT Connected Living Hub: interconnecting existing services, e.g. home automation, including devices, cameras and door locks, and home security providers Hall 7, 7N61
Telefonica, Itron LTE-M Industrial sensors and safety monitoring GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Telefonica, Wellness Telecom LTE-M Connected waste management GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Telefonica LTE-M This smart metering solution enables utility companies and end users to optimize energy usage with real-time information on consumption patterns Hall 3, 3K21
Telefonica NB-IoT Smart Bottle, cylinder and contents oil & gas industry: a sensor is monitoring bottle fill levels for replenishment purposes Hall 3, 3K21
Telefonica, Worldsensing NB-IoT Smart parking GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
Telefonica NB-IoT This connected digital shield has multiple use cases: manhole cover protection, intruder detection, police precincts, petrol station filling management Hall 3, 3K21
Telefonica NB-IoT Lost & Found: a solution with a simple device that can be attached to locate anything, making sure everything from keys to bags to loved ones can easily be found Hall 3, 3K21
Vodafone, St. Andrews University, Huawei NB-IoT Connected seal tracking GSMA Innovation City, Hall 4
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