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Internet of Things Thames Valley

A ‘Community’ for business, academic, public sector and technical professionals interested in the ‘Internet of Things’ who wish network, share knowledge and experiences and develop business opportunities.

The aim is to build a community of people and organisations willing to collaborate, explore and innovate with IoT products, services and applications that will generate business and benefits for the Thames Valley.

There is no charge (it’s free) to join the this community.

Community - New Member Registration
To join the ‘Community’, please use the following link to the ‘New Member Registration page:  New Member Registration

 

Community Directory
Find potential business partners and suppliers by visiting the ‘Community’ webpage and as member you can submit a Directory entry (you need to be logged-in) for your organisation: Community

You can also view Jobs, Events, sign-up for a Newsletter and attend our face to face networking Meetups which are held 5 times a year at the Green Park Conference Centre near Reading.

Supporters

Thank you to the supporters and sponsors of the IoT Thames Valley Community:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

Arm acquires Treasure Data and launches IoT platform

Arm acquires Treasure Data and launches Pelion IoT platform to provide end-to-end IoT connectivity, device and data management. http://www.iotm2mcouncil.org/armtrda Arm has acquired Treasure Data, a specialist in enterprise data management providing businesses the ability to aggregate and derive insights from disparate data sources, CRM, IoT devices, ecommerce and more. Arm, a UK-based subsidiary of Japanese firm …

Apple joins Thread Group – is it going ease off its HomeKit chokehold?

Apple joins the Thread Group, sparking speculation over whether HomeKit will support the low-power mesh networking protocol. The Register: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/09/apple_homekit/ “Up until now, Apple has adopted its typical my-way-or-the-highway approach to smart home technology, even ending up in the ludicrous positionwhere it forced device manufacturers to add a special Apple-specified microcontroller and firmware to their …

GB Smart Metering no longer financially viable

@nickhunn on GB’s Smart Metering project: “it is now clear that there is no economic case for continuing the current programme” GB Smart Metering no longer financially viable Last week the British Infrastructure Group (BIG), comprising 93 Members of Parliament and the House of Lords, delivered a devastating report on the British Smart Metering Project. …