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- Smart Metering
Arqiva’s focus on innovation has placed us at the heart of one of the world’s fastest developing technologies: the Internet of Things (‘IoT’).
Arqiva has partnered with SIGFOX to build an IoT network, currently live in ten major UK cities, which brings low cost, low power connectivity for city and business services.
Leading IoT provider
Our network of 16,000 marketable main sites makes Arqiva one of the UK’s leading communications infrastructure providers. Arqiva will be delivering smart metering to connected devices in around 10 million homes across the UK.
IoT for business
As well as connecting millions of devices to home users our IoT network infrastructure will be used in a number of different industries creating smart buildings, utilities and transportation.
ADI has announced that it has been selected by the Digital Catapult as one of 6 partners for its IoTUK Boost programme, to build experimentation testbeds for businesses and entrepreneurs across the UK to develop Internet of Things (IoT) products and services.
Re-signing of the Armed Forces Covenant highlights Arqiva’s dedication to helping those leaving forces duty.
The IoT could revolutionise healthcare – not just making it more efficient, but fundamentally altering the way people are treated.
M2M/IoT Managed Services Provider set to be first UK reseller of Arqiva’s SIGFOX network
We are very pleased to announce our joint selection with Vision360 as providers to one of two NHS England Internet of Things (“IoT”) Innovation Test Beds
The Internet of Things (IoT) stands poised to revolutionise the way that we go about our everyday lives...
Hardware and connectivity capabilities are evolving. The volume and value of data is gaining critical importance as a business driver. In short, ‘things’ are becoming more intelligent!