Market & Trends

From car thieves to hackers

Keyless locking systems and radio keys – convenient, but also an invitation to digital car theft. Car thieves are becoming car hackers. Instead of crowbars and slim jims, thieves today are using amplifier technology. Tracks? Not a single one. Are car manufacturers making things too easy for thieves? How can digitally equipped cars be protected? Find out more

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Smart city – clean city

Making recycling more efficient and profitable: This is EcoBins’ strategy to save the environment. The tool to do so? Smart networked recycling containers. They work especially cost effective and reliable with the emerging network technology NarrowBand IoT. Deutsche Telekom’s NB-IoT Prototyping Hub supported the Polish start-up in adapting their solution to it. Find out more

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M2M on the high seas

Transparency and planning security are crucial to container shipping. For a pilot project, the Hamburg shipping line DAL and Deutsche Telekom connected maritime containers to monitor location and condition of the cargo. Find out more

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NarrowBand IoT lights up the world

The right amount of light when and where needed: That’s what Flashnet, a Romanian start-up, offers with its smart lighting solution. Their new approach is using the emerging network technology NarrowBand IoT to do so even better and more cost-effective. At Deutsche Telekom’s NB-IoT Prototyping Hub they got the support they needed to adapt their product to it. Find out more

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The real buzz: NarrowBand IoT in agriculture

“If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live”: This famous quote – often attributed to Albert Einstein – expresses how important healthy bees are for sustainability and the environment. To keep them alive and well, the Montenegrin start-up BeeAnd.Me uses NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) to operate a smart bee monitoring solution. Find out more

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Automatically efficient: Pfannenberg’s networked cooling units

Innovation by automation: Pfannenberg connects its thermal management solutions for switch cabinets to the cloud. This results in lower costs, fewer outages, and individual settings. Find out more

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Full Steam Ahead into the Cloud

Steam generators helped launch the Industrial Revolution some 150 years ago. These days, Industry 4.0 is linking them to the Internet of Things (IoT), where they can automatically send their data into the cloud. The German company CERTUSS uses machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and an IoT platform to remotely monitor its cutting-edge steam generators. Find out more

Market & Trends

Protecting Connected Cars from Hackers

Opening locks without a crowbar, manipulating the brakes, surfing for free via a vehicle’s SIM card: IT experts are constantly uncovering how hackers can take control of a connected car. What can the automotive industry do to stop it? Find out more

oneM2M standardizes the Machine-to-Machine Market

Industry 4.0 promises more transparency, more efficiency and higher profits overall. But for this to work, all machines in the system must be connected. The problem? The many different components are manufactured by a wide variety of companies. To guarantee smooth processes, a common communication standard is called for. With oneM2M, Deutsche Telekom is looking to achieve exactly this, in cooperation with strong partners. Find out more

Events

Embedded World 2017: Great interest in NarrowBand IoT and the Cloud of Things

As an integrated solution partner for M2M and the Internet of Things, we are fully embedded in the IoT projects of our customers. So, us attending the Embedded World 2017 was obvious. Find out more

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Innovation at the NB-IoT Prototyping Hub

New products for a new network: A select group of start-ups working at Deutsche Telekom’s NB-IoT Prototyping Hub is creating innovative solutions for the new networking technology Narrowband IoT. They will present their latest products on March 16 in Bonn. Find out more

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Deutsche Telekom at MWC 2017

New technologies and new partnerships: Deutsche Telekom presents its big leaps at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC). In announcing its cooperation with China Unicom as well as its commitment to the emerging networks 5G and NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT), the company underlines its technological leadership role. Find out more

User Interfaces: “User experience is becoming more important”

Dr. Michael Burmester has been a professor of ergonomics and usability at the Stuttgart Media University since 2002. In an interview, he explains why the user experience for user interfaces is becoming more important and how virtual reality and computer voice commands will drastically change the way we work. Find out more

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Mobile World Congress 2017: Feel Connected All Over Europe

NarrowBand IoT: One of our focus topics for 2017. We forge ahead with the new networking technology and present therefore solutions and use cases at the most innovative trade fairs this spring. One of them: the Mobile World Congress 2017. Find out more

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Clean air for everyone

Polluted air – you can’t see it, but it could be deadly. The Israeli start-up RadGreen developed an easy to use solution to monitor environments for the presence of hazards. With the strategic cooperation with Deutsche Telekom – and connectivity in its Narrowband IoT network – RadGreen sets out to revolutionize smart cities all over Europe. Find out more