At Telenor Connexion we design and operate connected Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. Building on more than 15 years of experience, we make it easy to realize the value of connected services. At Telenor Connexion we design and operate connected business solutions. Building on more than 15 years of experience, a strong solutions portfolio and our collaborative approach, we make it easy to realize the value of connected services.
Together with companies such as Volvo, Nissan, Scania, Hitachi, Securitas Direct and Telcare we have designed smart and innovative connected solutions deployed across the globe.
We support our customers throughout their entire product lifecycle - from solution design to operations and future development. By partnering with Telenor Connexion you are ensured a reliable and secure end-to-end solution that can evolve over time.
Our headquarters and tech centre are located in Sweden and we have regional offices in UK, Germany, France, US and Japan.
Telenor Connexion is wholly owned by Telenor Group, one of the world’s major mobile operators.
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Here's a few live photos live from The Smart IoT Taiwan exhibition floor where Kam Eng Liang has just finished up his presentation to industry experts about the underlying trends shaping the IoT industry. The Smart IoT Taiwan event kicked off today at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center and runs until Aug 23. Over 150 exhibitors are present at this year's event and Telenor Connexion is among them. If you are in or around the beautiful bay area in Kaohsiung over the coming days be sure to drop by our booth at N1121A to chat with Kam and the team. And dont worry - if you haven't already registered, you can do so for free here: https://www.smartasiataiwan.com/ The theme for this year’s event is Imagining Future Cities and features six exhibition areas: Rail & Metro Taiwan, Smart Healthcare, Smart Retail & Logistics, Smart Disaster Prevention & Environmental Governance, Funtech Taiwan and Smart Sustainable Cities. We hope to see you there.
The Smart IoT Taiwan event will kick off tomorrow at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Center and run until Aug 23. Around 150 exhibitors from 6 countries will be present at the event. Among them will be industry experts from Telenor Connexion, such as Kam Eng Liang, who will be onsite to share insights and answer questions about the latest IoT trends shaping industry and society. The theme for this year’s event is Imagining Future Cities and features six exhibition areas: Rail & Metro Taiwan, Smart Healthcare, Smart Retail & Logistics, Smart Disaster Prevention & Environmental Governance, Funtech Taiwan and Smart Sustainable Cities. The event’s organizers have structured the event to reflect the increasing need to create an integrated approach for the development of smart cities. They expect the event to serve as a one-stop shop for IoT solutions from multi-sectors. If you are in or around the beautiful bay area in Kaohsiung over the coming days be sure to drop by the Telenor Connexion booth at N1121A. You can register for the event for free here: https://www.smartasiataiwan.com/ We hope to see you there.
Telenor Connexion appoints Chief Sales Officer for region Asia-Pacific (APAC)
Due to organizational growth and the importance of the APAC region for Telenor Group and Telenor Connexion, the CSO function of Telenor Connexion has now been split into two new roles: Chief Sales Officer APAC and Chief Sales Officer EMEA&Americas. Today, August 20, 2019, Telenor Connexion announced the appointment of Seth Ryding as the new Chief Sales Officer for region APAC. In this new role, Ryding will be responsible for the leadership of Telenor Connexion’s team in APAC, sourcing new business opportunities in the region and developing the already established customer portfolio.
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MWC Shanghai 2019 is considered Asia’s biggest and best event for next-generation technology – 5G, IoT, AI, and big data. And this year's congress proved to be just as good as promised. Held from June 26-28, more than 75,000 unique visitors from over 100 countries and territories attended the congress. The three-day event attracted players from the largest and most influential organisations from across the mobile ecosystem, as well as companies from a wide range of vertical industry sectors, including Telenor Connexion. At this year’s congress, Seth Ryding, Head of Region APAC at Telenor Connexion participated in a number of high-level panel discussions with industry experts about the future of IoT. Read on to learn about Seth’s experiences of the event and the trends shaping IoT in Asia. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 𝗜𝗼𝗧 𝗯𝗼𝗼𝗺 𝗶𝗻 𝗔𝘀𝗶𝗮 𝘀𝗲𝘁 𝘁𝗼 𝗺𝗮𝗸𝗲 𝘄𝗮𝘃𝗲𝘀 Before #MWC Shanghai 2019 had even commenced last week, many people were speculating what topics would dominate the headlines. Some people expected the same stories to be rehashed again and again by the media when covering the event. Instead, most of the discussions and questions I had with attendees focused on the huge potential for #IoT growth in Asia, what Telenor Connexion is doing to enable this and which trends we expect to dominate the IoT landscape in the near future. 𝗙𝘂𝗲𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗴𝗿𝗼𝘄𝘁𝗵 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝗜𝗼𝗧 Analysts might still disagree about the exact estimates, but they all forecast that the overall trajectory of IoT adoption in the region is sky-rocketing upwards. Some expect Asia to reach 11 billion of the 25 billion projected IoT connections worldwide by 2025. I think we can all agree that these are huge numbers. Why is this happening? Backed by the government, China is one of the countries in Asia, and the world, at the forefront of the development and mass deployment of IoT based solutions. In the future, hopefully this will encourage other governments in Asia to show their commitment to IoT in a similar way. At this year’s event, I participated in a seminar hosted by the GSMA with experts from governments, mobile operators and enterprises called the Future of Transportation. Together we shared our view on ongoing developments in IoT, #5G and big data and what services they will enable. During the congress I spoke about what Telenor Connexion is doing to enable IoT growth in Asia and described the impact we’re seeing across verticals and on people’s lives. It was fun to participate at Ericsson’s IoT Day where I shared our views on how actual #M2M and IoT deployments have developed over the last decade and will develop in the future. 𝗜𝗼𝗧 𝗵𝗶𝘁𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗵𝗲𝗮𝗱𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗲𝘀 𝗮𝘁 𝗠𝗪𝗖 𝗦𝗵𝗮𝗻𝗴𝗵𝗮𝗶 𝟮𝟬𝟭𝟵 The industry has almost reached a consensus that the global number of connected devices will top 20 billion by 2020, with over 8.5 billion of these in the Asian region. Trade opportunities within the region also seem to be booking: exports from North East Asia to South East Asia are increasing steadily. Irfan Wahab Khan, Telenor Groups head of emerging Asia & CEO of Telenor Pakistan, gave a keynote speech that helped give some of these numbers’ context. It was inspirational to listen to him talk about how Telenor is creating value within healthcare, financial services and agriculture as well as the fact that ‘Intelligent Connectivity is about creating moments.’ I’m proud that the innovative work we’re doing with IoT at Telenor Connexion and Telenor Group is contributing to Asia’s transformation and playing a key role in improving the way people live and work in over 180 other countries throughout the world.
Here's Seth Ryding on stage yesterday at #MWC19 in Shanghai where he was participating in a seminar on #future #mobility. This was a great opportunity for us to share our views on the exciting technological trends driving future mobility. From in-car apps and services to entirely new Mobility-as-a-Service business models, the entire transport ecosystem is being transformed. Clearly, the road ahead is full of possibilities. Read on to learn more about the strategies needed to take connected transportation to the next level. https://www.telenorconnexion.com/from-telematics-to-new-mobility-a-look-at-transportation-iot/
Meet us at #MWC19 in Shanghai where Seth Ryding will join a seminar on #future #mobility next Wednesday. This is a great opportunity to gain an overview of the social, economic and technological trends driving future mobility, please join us there! http://bit.ly/2ZDpExP
A faster & easier way to succeed with connected products – Download the guide to Managed #IoT Cloud: https://bit.ly/2XlP4zp #guide #cloud
5 Predictions – How IoT will drive the connected economy
5 Predictions for #IoT in 2019 and beyond. Find out what industry analysts Northstream have to say – download the full report here: https://lnkd.in/dDqZZk5
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#Stockholm #IoT Gathering 2019 is in full swing with knowledge sharing from across the ecosystem – including our CEO Mats Lundquist, CTO Martin Whitlock and Telenor Business Innovation Lead Andreas Kristensson.
Customer Case: Binando · Connected solutions for waste removal · Telenor Connexion
Binando was able to scale their #smartcity solution quickly using our Global #IoT #SIMs and Managed Connectivity. Here's how: Binando provide sensors which take ultrasonic measurements inside waste bins and send alerts to the haulage contractor or municipal waste department when the bins are full. By combining the data on which bins need to be emptied with real-time traffic data, the Binando backend helps optimize routes for collection trucks. The Telenor Connexion Global SIM is installed in the Binando sensors, allowing them to access reliable mobile connectivity in any market. Telenor Connexion was able to quickly delivery the SIM cards Binando needed, something other connectivity suppliers in Germany could not do. With Telenor Connexion Global Connectivity, this small startup of IoT makers is ready to scale and reach new customers anywhere in the world. Read the customer case here: https://www.telenorconnexion.com/binando-digitizing-waste-removal/
Analyst report: 5 IoT Trends for 2019 – Get your copy: http://bit.ly/IoT_Predicitons_2019 We worked with analysts from Stockholm-based consulting firm Northstream to identify five major trends related to the #internetofthings and #digitaltransformation. Each prediction is accompanied by a supporting article written by the market analysts at Northstream. These articles include citations from research along with examples of emerging, real-life use-cases. From presenting strategies for the #monetization of IoT data to identifying opportunities for collaborations across industries, below is summary of the predictions: 1. Innovative collaborations between businesses will uncover the hidden value of IoT data. 2. IoT newcomers will “leapfrog” the early complexity of digitalization faced by first movers. 3. Connectivity must be considered from the beginning of the product development process. 4. Connectivity technologies will be one of the main forces driving eCommerce forward. 5. Managed connectivity will be critical to success with connected products. Download your copy of the full report: http://bit.ly/IoT_Predicitons_2019
Telenor Connexion customer case: ISA gelato display cabinets
Earlier this year, ISA premiered a new line of connected gelato display cases. With our plug & play solutions, and support from partners SECO SpA & Cogitel AB, the entire process took just a few months. Read more about our partner ecosystem here: http://bit.ly/Connexion_Partners …