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Smart IoT project to digitally transform towns across Aberdeenshire

Residents and visitors across Aberdeenshire are set to benefit from a new Internet of Things (IoT) project which has the potential to transform the lives of those who live and work in the area. The project will see Aberdeenshire Council trial six smart technologies in partnership with North, as part… Continued

North, IoT Scotland operator, to exhibit at CENSIS Technology Summit

North, operator of Scotland’s National IoT Network, IoT Scotland, is set to return to sponsor and exhibit at the CENSIS Technology Summit. CENSIS 7th Technology Summit and Conference Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Scotland G2 3NY 29 September 2022 09:00 – 18:00 including a post event networking reception The CENSIS Technology Summit… Continued

IoT-based Smart Water Monitoring trial success in the Highlands

Highland Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association (HRFCA) is taking advantage of IoT (Internet of Things) technology to prove compliance and deliver economic, environmental and cost efficiencies. HRFCA is one of 13 autonomous Tri-Service bodies, established as Crown Agencies by Act of Parliament to support the reserve forces and cadets in… Continued

IoT: What is the Internet of Things?

With the Internet of Things (IoT) market growing, demand for IoT solutions and services is on the rise. This increase in demand from the market comes in response to a growing number of use cases for IoT (IoT Services Global Market Report 2021). In a report from McKinsey, the estimated economic value of… Continued

North Partners with City of Edinburgh Council for Live Data Project

North has partnered with City of Edinburgh Council to offer a bespoke approach to how the city tackles air pollution using Internet of Things (IoT) technology. City of Edinburgh Council will use the IoT Scotland network and fully funded IoT Accelerator packs to undertake the unique live data project, which… Continued