News

On the Way to Connected Production - Industry 4.0 at Hannover Messe

The future of production is connected and digital. On that everyone agreed at the Hannover Fair. Few buzzwords can have gone the rounds more often than Industry 4.0 at the Hannover trade fair ground last week. Industry 4.0 means the comprehensive networking of classical manufacturing industry to map all production processes virtually and to manage and control them dynamically. Visitors to the Telekom booth could see what that means for the design of a value chain. Find out more

News

Supporting Smart Ideas for the Internet of Things

Three days, 13 startups, two winners, and loads of networking, sharing of knowledge and new ideas – the hub:raum Internet of Things (IoT) bootcamp showed how important it is for companies like Telekom to support and invest in new business ideas. Find out more

Market & Trends

Think out of the Box - When Cows Start Texting

Nowadays calves are announced by text message. Two hours before the cow is about to calve the farmer is informed, enabling him to be in the barn in time to check the birth. Find out more

Market & Trends

How M2M Is Changing Machine Maintenance

“Out Of Order #1” by Shawn Allen used under CC BY-SA 2.0 Find out more

Market & Trends

M2M and IoT – Where are they taking us?

Cars, containers, street lighting, and parking lots, wristwatches, glasses, and even dairy cows are connected to the Internet of Things nowadays. In the future both the diversity and the number of networked objects will continue to increase. The world in which we live and work will undergo significant changes as a result, with five trends playing a decisive role. Find out more

Market & Trends

M2M Helps Companies Compete along the Entire Value Chain

The number of machine-to-machine network connections has increased fast over the last four years and is expected to reach 250M in 2014. Source: GSMA intelligence Find out more

Events

CeBIT: M2M Beneath Magenta Shades

From connected keys to smart suitcases: at CeBIT in Hannover Deutsche Telekom presented a wide range of M2M solutions across vertical industries and use cases. Find out more

Market & Trends

Does a City Need to be Smart?

There are many reasons to make cities smart: ecological and economic sustainability, improved administrative effectiveness, reduced costs, higher quality of life, or actionable insights for planning, to name just a few. Find out more