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What Should Organizations Know About IoT-security-as-a-service?

In the first of a series of interviews with member companies, Wi-SUN Alliance President and CEO Phil Beecher talks with Gweltas Radenac, IoT Business Line Director at member company WISeKey Semiconductors, branded SEALSQ, a subsidiary of the WISeKey Group, about IoT security and the potential role IoT security-as-a-service could play in securing IoT organizations.  

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Tackling the Challenges of Energy Security in Smart Utilities

In the first of two blogs, we asked the question about whether government funding and initiatives can help drive smart utility development. In this second piece, we talk about the importance of energy security in smart utilities. But what is energy security and why does it matter? The International Energy Agency (IEA) defines energy security

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CyanConnode and Silicon Labs Take On India’s Smart Metering Challenge

The adoption of smart electricity metering is happening fast in India, driven in large part by widespread power theft and inefficiencies in the country’s energy infrastructure. According to some studies, as much as 20 percent of the electricity generated in India is stolen. That’s a huge problem in a country with 250 million electricity meters.

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Can More Government Funding and Initiatives Help Drive Smart Utilities?

The utilities industry has sometimes been criticized for being slow to change. But in the last few years has undergone some of its biggest changes than in the previous few decades. With external pressures coming from all quarters, from regulatory to economic and geopolitical, the industry is having to transform the way it works, developing

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Trends for 2023: From Renewables and Electric Vehicles, to Smart Cities and Smart Agriculture

As we settle into a new year, we look ahead with anticipation and excitement at the year ahead – the possibilities for Wi-SUN Alliance members and for Wi-SUN FAN technology. It’s a time of change and disruption across many of the industries that our members operate in, from the growth in renewables and smart grid

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DistribuTECH Plays Host to More Than 20 Wi-SUN Alliance Member Companies in 2023

As DistribuTECH 2023 (Feb. 7-9 in San Diego, CA) draws closer, we take some time out to reflect on this hugely important event for Wi-SUN Alliance and many of its members. The leading Transmission and Distribution event for utilities, technology providers and industry leaders, DTECH provides an exciting and thought-provoking opportunity to meet with our

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Enlit Europe 2022: Highlighting the Role of Wi-SUN FAN in Smart Utility Networks

ENLIT Europe (29 Nov-1 Dec) this year takes place in Frankfurt in Germany, and will bring together innovators, disruptors, educators and thought leaders in the energy sector and associated industries. It’s an exciting time in an industry that’s undergoing so much transformation and where expectations to deliver renewables and alternative energy sources are so high. Right

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Managing Growing Technical Complexity in IoT Projects

The Internet of Things (IoT) is fundamentally changing the world around us. Whether it’s cars, agriculture, healthcare, utilities, or manufacturing, industries of all different shapes and sizes are successfully tapping into the ability to connect and optimize devices and sensors. The last few years have seen the IoT vision grow from a theoretical concept to

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