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Connectivity refers to all those technologies and services that allow end-users to connect to a communication network. It encompasses an increasing volume of data, wireless and wired protocols and standards, and combinations within a single use case or location.

Standard connectivity includes Fixed Voice and Mobile Voice telecom services to allow fixed or mobile voice communications, but also Fixed Data and Mobile Data services to have access and transfer data via a network.

Advanced connectivity that is in the focus of the ATI project refers to the rise of Internet of Things scenarios, where connectivity technology boundaries expand beyond wired and cellular (e.g. 4G, 5G) services to Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN), Satellite, and Short Range Wireless technologies (e.g. Bluetooth, ZigBee).

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Industry 4.0 in Agriculture - Focus on IoT aspects

The development of the connectivity of agricultural tools is leading to important progress in agricultural practices. They enable the development of precision agriculture and increase the transparency of the industry.

Smart Home- Technologies with a standard battle

The Smart Home market is characterised by the presence of a multitude of players, and new companies keep developing products. In this crowded space, few standards exist, and the interconnection is becoming a tough challenge for consumers, slowing down adoption.

Connected Livestock

Livestock farming is a vital part of the economy in many countries and its importance is likely to remain, as food needs will skyrocket with the growth of the world population. In order to improve profitability and efficiency, connected solutions for livestock are starting to hit the market.