NeoM2M is a consultancy start-up launched in 2016 which focuses on IoT products & services management and scaling IoT projects up – all the way from small pilots to full deployment of thousands of connected things to enable organisations stay agile and competitive.
With more than 10 years of experience in a wide range of industries, NeoM2M Consulting also offers affordable advice and training for SoHo, micro enterprises and local government agencies in various verticals of the IoT.
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IoT for YOUR COMPANY
Each company has improvable areas and needs different approach. The latest IoT developments will likely allow you and your workers to accomplish large-scale tasks faster and with greater accuracy.
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You need to shift away from the traditional approach of producing, selling, and delivering a product. We are helping you to find new and profitable revenue streams in the form of value-add services.
Understand how the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 will impact your company, identify new IoT business models, and create an individual road map to success.
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Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for stealing autonomous car secrets. Levandowski was employed by Google’s self-driving car division Waymo when he transferred over 14,000 secret files to his laptop before leaving the company. The stolen files were taken to Uber, where Levandowski led the firm’s own robotaxi Read more about Ex-Google Engineer Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison for Stealing Autonomous Car Secrets[…]
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Amazon’s Alexa mobile app has a new look. The company on Monday introduced an updated version of the app that aims to give users a more personalized experience and moves all third-party “skill” suggestions off the main screen. The app is being rolled out this month for iOS, Android and Fire devices, and should reach Read more about Amazon Gives Alexa App a Makeover[…]
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The European Union loves antitrust inquiries and so it’s launching one into the entire consumer Internet of Things (IoT) sector. EU lawmakers are concerned about the huge amounts of data being collected about consumers through IoT devices. Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s competition commissioner, said: “Voice assistants and smart devices can collect a vast amount of data about Read more about The EU Launches “Sector Inquiry” into the Internet of Things[…]
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