Why deployments of internet of things have been slower than expected in UAE? Onrede

The widespread adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) has been a lot slower than expected in the UAE but it will gain traction with the rollout of 5G cellular technology, an official at Dubai-based telecom operator du said.

Despite the availability of networks such as Sigfox, a proprietary system from the French network operator, and LoRa, an open network proposed by a consortium, years ago, Marwan Bin Dalmook, Senior Vice-President for ICT Commercial and Business Development and ICT Solutions and Smart City Operations at du, told TechRadar Middle East that the challenge of connectivity and availability that needs to be deployed for very low latency was not available.

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