The international numbering ranges assigned by ITU for machine-to-machine communications are generally used for data connectivity.
In the Republic of Korea, ‘ubiquitous connectivity’ is not some aspirational industry buzz word. It’s a way of life.
Increased connectivity in airplanes could increase efficiency and reduce environmental effects, according to recent reports from the Sky High Economics study, a project from the London School of Economics for UK-based satellite company Inmarsat. ITU News caught up with Dr. Alexander Grous, author of the study and Lecturer and Researcher in the Department of Media and Communications at the LSE, about the technology enabling connected planes and how increased connectivity benefits the aviation industry and the environment.