M2M - an all-terrain technology
Our examples begin to illustrate the significance of machine-to-machine communications, or M2M.
"Digital Cities and Regions" initiative presents first Smart City results
The Smart City program "Digital Cities & Regions" presented its first results after just three months since the initial kick-off.
United Smart Cities and Deutsche Telekom sign extensive global partnership.
Düsseldorf Airport: Ready for takeoff with smart sensor technology
The airport has teamed with Deutsche Telekom and its partner BS2 Sicherheitssysteme to develop a digital monitoring solution for bridges, tunnels, buildings, and other infrastructure objects made of concrete.
Joint initiative "Digital Cities and Regions”
The German Association of Towns and Municipalities (DStGB) and Deutsche Telekom are launching a new initiative: The "Executive Program Digital Cities and Regions".
Monitoring supply chains in real time
At Hannover Messe Telekom and SAP show IoT solution that helps customers integrate data directly into SAP applications.
DT invests in IoT-Orchestrierungs-Plattform Axonize
Axonize wins Deutsche Telekom investment for innovative IoT Orchestration Platform as part of a $6 Million round A.
Internet of Things at the push of a button
Deutsche Telekom is showcasing its IoT Service Button at Hannover Messe 2018 – a smart retrofit solution for logistics, manufacturing facilities, workshops, construction sites, and hospitals using the Internet of Things.
Deutsche Telekom showcases digital solution modules for industry at Hannover Messe 2018
Deutsche Telekom is at Hannover Messe 2018 to showcase digital solution modules for industry. The focus is on practical and concrete implementation options for production planning, manufacturing, and logistics.
Smart solutions for smart cities
Today’s cities face tremendous challenges – from rising populations and shrinking budgets to the need to economize on the use of resources.
M2M smartens up production facilities
In smart factories, components automatically report their status to production systems and initiate repairs as necessary, and production machines autonomously coordinate the assembly process.