IoT Blog

Find various topics on the Internet of Things and the wider industry in our IoT Blog. Read exciting articles about 1NCE, the current mobile standards or M2M. 1NCE’s IoT Blog features the 1NCE team. Market analysis and assessment of the IoT market by the founders and the 1NCE team compact and simple. The newsletter, for which you can easily register, also keeps you up to date and offers interesting topics.

1NCE IoT Blog

# News | 16.05.2023

A Comprehensive Guideline to IoT Hardware and Its Place in the IoT Ecosystem

The Internet of Things has dramatically facilitated humans’ lives, creating a vast ecosystem of remotely controllable devices. When looking at the successful rolling out of any IoT solution, it all starts with the hardware.

# News | 15.05.2023

Communicate Efficiently and Securely: How to Configure IoT Devices for Optimal Efficiency

Network providers put a lot of hours and technology into ensuring that all devices connected to the Internet of Things are always reliably available. However, IoT developers and end users alike have additional tools available to optimize their devices and platforms so that they work reliably with communication networks.

# News | 31.05.2022

Network Shutdown: The clock ticks closer to midnight for 2G and 3G networks

Mobile operators shutdown old networks to make space for new technologies. While consumers usually won't be affected much by the technology change, it can have a huge impact on IoT installations. What can you do to avoid sudden device disconnection?

# News | 12.04.2022

Crop Protection: Efficient Pest Monitoring With Mobile IoT Technologies

For Bayer AG's Crop Protection Innovation Lab, 1NCE is providing global cellular connectivity for automatic pest detection in canola fields.

Next Generation Cellular IoT Connectivity: eSIM vs iSIM explained

The traditional SIM card, the physical chip that must be inserted into a mobile device, is also used in IoT devices. However, as new IoT use cases arise, the limitations of the physical IoT SIM mean newer forms of SIM, such as IoT eSIM and IoT iSIM will become prominent. We explain the differences.

Lean protocols for the IoT: MQTT, CoAP and LwM2M

MQTT, CoAP and LwM2M: An important factor for the energy consumption of an IoT device is the volume of data that is transmitted with each communication. The more data, the longer the device must remain active and the greater the power consumption. Choosing the right communication protocol can save a lot of energy.

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