New research on Internet of Things (IoT) regulation in the Americas 26 September 18

The internet of things (IoT) is arguably the next major development stage of the digital economy. The ubiquitous connectivity of devices, collecting and transmitting data in real-time, will deliver potential benefits for consumers, businesses and governments.

Our research covers the main regulatory issues affecting the development of IoT in the Americas, including licensing requirements, numbering resources, spectrum allocation and rules on permanent roaming.

Brazil, Chile, and Colombia are the countries in Latin America that address IoT in their policy agendas. While their governments and regulators have consulted on IoT-related issues, no specific policy or regulation has yet been issued.

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