Ayla Networks Adds IoT Platform Enhancements for Manufacturers

According to the company, the enhancements will enable manufacturers to forge closer customer relationships and improve their return on investment in the Internet of Things.

  • IoT News Roundup, Part Two

    NetComm Wireless, Telefonica announce global IoT supply agreement ••• CalAmp telematics technology to power Autobrain's consumer connected car platform ••• Cubic Telecom, China Mobile, Valid Provide LTE connectivity enablement to global IoT Device manufacturers In China ••• 42Q enters Zebra Technologies' PartnerConnect program ••• eAgile unveils Internet of Things solution for mobile e-commerce ••• GTX Corp. introduces new BLE IoT offering.

  • IoT News Roundup, Part One

    Monnit announces distribution agreement with Arrow Electronics ••• GE Aviation, AT&T enable aircraft health monitoring ••• Inmarsat Research cites IoT as top priority in driving digital transformation ••• Discovery Ag, NNNCo roll out Actility connected country network to boost Australian farms' productivity ••• Actility announces new LoRAWAN IoT products ••• Zigbee Alliance offers multi-band IoT mesh-network technology.

  • BLE Chip from STMicroelectronics Accelerates Spread of Connected Smart Things

    The BlueNRG-2 chip is Bluetooth 5.0-certified, ensures interoperability with the latest generation of smartphones, and supports enhanced features such as state-of-the-art security, privacy and extended packet length for faster data transfer.

  • Skyworks Releases Multi-Standard IoT Front-End Module

    The company's newest 2.4 GHz RF front-end module supports BLE/Bluetooth Smart, 802.15.4, Thread and ZigBee applications.

  • Brazilian Government's IoT Study Releases First Results

    A recent report, titled "Internet of Things: An Action Plan for Brazil," cites five lessons from the project.

  • Vodafone IoT Technology Makes Mobile Diabetes Management Accessible for Smart Meter's Iglucose Platform

    Vodafone's system helps Smart Meter provide increased accessibility to diabetes patients and their caregivers.

  • IoT News Roundup, Part Two

    Monnit launches Internet of Things partner program; Vypin, LRNI unveil wireless IoT badging system; Kimberly-Clark joins Georgia Tech's Internet of Things Research Center; Clinical Ink, Integron partner to streamline IoT-enabled clinical trials; EVRYTHNG integrates GS1 identifiers with IoT at industrial scale; HID Global shares IFSEC study revealing how trusted identities bridge gap between connected workers and smart buildings; Industrial IoT company Samsara raises $40 million in Series C growth financing.

  • IoT News Roundup, Part One

    Actility partners with Octonion to accelerate industrialization of LoRaWAN IoT projects, and with IoTCAN to rollout nationwide IoT connectivity network in Canada; Kerlink, myDevices integrate technologies to launch IoT applications, services; Senet announces availability of managed network services for global communication service providers; Arrow Electronics, Infineon showcase IoT solutions in Vietnam; Pernod Ricard appoints global Internet of Things agency; Retriever Communications commissions study with UTS to examine use of IIoT technology in field services.

  • New App Makes RFID Deployments Low-Cost

    By the end of this month, RedBite's itemit app for iOS and Android devices will enable smartphone users to track assets via RFID at a cost of about $200 a year, plus the purchase price of a Bluetooth-enabled reader.

  • Industrial Internet Consortium, Industrial Value Chain Initiative Expand Collaboration With Joint Workshop

    The workshop provided an overview of the work of both organizations and comprised speeches from the IVI focused on smart manufacturing scenarios, as well as the tools and models of the IVI reference architectures.

  • RFID Professional Institute Teams With New Zealand Pathfinder Group to Offer Certification Exams

    The agreement will expand certification testing to RFID practitioners in New Zealand.

  • Bluvision Boasts New RTLS-EZ Solution Deploys Within Hours

    The system uses Bluetooth Low Energy gateways that plug into outlets, as well as beacons and cloud-based software, to enable a fast and low-cost solution for RTLS tracking with granularity down to 1 meter.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Florida city improves flood-prevention capabilities with Sensus IoT technology; Taoglas launches low-profile, compact multi-antenna connected car reference design; Avnet announces distribution agreement with UbiquiOS Technology Ltd.; Pernod Ricard appoints global Internet of Things agency; Northern Apex releases Internet of Things hardware platform family; Notion raises $10 million to take smart-home awareness mainstream.

  • BT, Intercede, Imagination Collaborate on IoT Security Solution

    The companies' disruptive home gateway architecture will be shown at BT's Innovation 2017 event.

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