Top 5 IoT products in February

29th February 2024
Kristian McCann

Electronic Specifier takes a look at the top 5 IoT products to have been released in February 2024.

MediaTek unveils T300 5G RedCap platform

At MWC 2024, MediaTek has announced the latest addition to its 5G RedCap portfolio, the MediaTek T300 platform for IoT applications. 

The T300 is a 5G RedCap RF-system-on-chip (SoC) built with MediaTek’s M60 modem, which supports the 3GPP Release-17 standard to offer significant generational advantages over existing 4G IoT solutions. Read more.

Samsung Galaxy ‘smart’ Ring: what we know so far

At Mobile World Congress, Samsung is displaying its intelligent health lineup. As part of this portfolio, the Galaxy Ring is being unveiled as a new wearable that simplifies wellness.

In recent times, people are increasingly setting their own wellness objectives. These range from striving to maintain fitness or increase muscle mass, to improving sleep quality, or addressing personal or family physical and mental health concerns. Read more.

Hanwha Phasor and Lufthansa Technik partner for advanced connectivity

Satellite communications company Hanwha Phasor and Lufthansa Technik, one of the global leading providers of technical aircraft services, have partnered to deliver advanced in-flight connectivity for commercial flights.

A recently signed multi-year agreement will see Lufthansa Technik design, build, and supply several hundred fuselage-mounted airborne Satellite Communications (SatCom) radomes for Hanwha Phasor each year. Read more.

Robotic guide dogs: pioneering assistive technology

Blind and partially sighted individuals may soon navigate indoor spaces more freely with the assistance of a robotic guide dog.

The University of Glasgow, in collaboration with industry partners and two prominent charities, is spearheading the RoboGuide project – an AI-powered, four-legged robot that aims to enhance the mobility of visually impaired people in settings such as museums, shopping centres, hospitals, and other public venues. Read more.

The New Murabba: a visionary 15-minute city


The New Murabba project, a purpose-built a 15-minute city, is an ambitious urban development initiative in the northern part of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Part of a larger vision to transform Riyadh into a global city and enhance the country’s economic, cultural, and social significance, whilst reducing its dependency on oil, the New Murabba will see all areas of industry coming together to realise a completion by 2030. This forms part of Saudi Arabia’s 2030 vision to build a vibrant society, a thriving economy, and an ambitious nation. Read more.

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