More and more water companies and utilities are using smart meters to do the same for water use. The drought in California has prompted the Long Beach Water Department to deploy smart water meters to monitor the use of water by residents and businesses in the community, according to a report by Wired.
While some Internet of Things applications require wireless connectivity, such as fleet management and drone use, not all IoT devices have wireless connectivity. But they should, according to the Wireless Research Center of North Carolina.
The increasing demand for wireless connectivity is fueling shipments of wireless chipsets, which ABI Research forecasts will reach nine billion units in 2019.
The commercial vehicle telematics market is forecast by Visiongain to reach $11.2 billion this year.
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