Smart Infrastructure Magazine | eNews Issue 42 | 15th March 2023

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Alliot Technologies launches new IoT Middleware platform

Alliot Technologies has today announced the launch of its new IoT Middleware platform, Symbius. Designed to remove the barriers to cellular IoT, Symbius is among the first platforms of its kind to decode recorded data into a common format.

IoT solution for small to medium-sized buildings

Siemens Smart Infrastructure has launched Connect Box, an open and easy-to-use IoT solution designed to manage small to medium-sized buildings.

IES partners with Eaton

IES has announced an international partnership with Eaton. IES will work with the company on a joint offering to develop new approaches to identify energy savings and emissions reductions for building owners around the world to meet sustainability objectives.

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New range of smart power optimisers available

SolarEdge has announced that the S-Series, its next generation of smart Power Optimizers, is now available for orders across Europe. Gradually replacing the legacy P-Series Power Optimizers throughout 2023, the new series is suitable for commercial PV applications and further reduces BoS costs while introducing expanded advanced safety features.

Smart technology and the drive towards cleaner, greener cities

Steven Kenny, Axis Communications, looks at how innovative technology within smart city environments can utilise data to improve sustainability, and ultimately help the planet.

5G standardisation will lead to growth

Dario Betti, Mobile Ecosystem Forum looks at how standardisation in the mobile sector will influence future innovation and growth.

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