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New Service Wants to Help IoT Devices Be More Transparent

Taking an approach akin to printing nutritional facts on packaged foods, Privacynq wants to help manufacturers build digital trust in their IoT products.

  • Numerex Launches Managed Service for Asset Tracking

    The new offering is designed to help manufacturers or logistics providers keep tabs on valuable mobile assets.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Salesforce floats new IoT service; Fujitsu launching IIC testbed; IBM, others unveil automotive security products; STMicro announces accelerometer for connected, implantable devices.

  • Survey Shows Robust Interest in Workplace Wearables

    Smart watches and glasses are the two most-cited wearable technologies being evaluated among 200 companies queried in the industrial sector.

  • Plugging Into Usage Data from Connected Devices

    Ayla Networks' Insight service aims to enlighten product manufacturers on how their customers are using their products.

  • Dutch Hospital Uses Beacons to Track Treatment for Cardiac Patients

    A solution from Zebra Technologies allows Leiden University Medical to know in, real time, how long a patient has been at the hospital before undergoing angioplasty.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Arrow offering customers leg up on IoT deployments; GreenPeak, Dusun co-create smart parking app; Built.io upgrades integration tools; Microsemi offering new range of security services; Czech Republic to get Sigfox network.

  • Fire, Ice and Beacons Converge at Eldheimar Museum

    Icelandic startup Locatify has developed a content-management system that allows museums or other organizations to create their own audio tour guides for Bluetooth-enabled smartphones or tablets, using beacons as location-based triggers.

  • TempuTech Smartens Up Grain Management With GE Platform

    By bringing both of its grain bin management products into a single cloud-based interface, the company has created a simpler, more responsive interface for its customers.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Reports highlight potential hurdles in battery technology for the IoT; Webroot releases IoT toolkit; Juniper Research says retailers set to spend big on IoT; Arrow Electronics will distribute complete Digi International product line; Sierra Wireless offering starter kit.

  • Metasensor Sets Sights on Simplifying Asset Tracking

    Using a Bluetooth-based sensor and simple applications, the Silicon Valley startup says it is making tracking devices easy and safe for consumer and commercial applications alike.

  • At PGA Tournaments, Bluetooth Beacons Are Par for the Course

    Golf fans at a recent championship event were able to know the locations of players within close range.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Online Trust Alliance seeks feedback on IoT framework; consumer demand for wearables softens while Apple gains market share; Autodesk plants seeds for its IoT business with SeeControl; DoorBird rings new markets.

  • Industrial Internet Consortium Launches New Industrial Testbed

    Infosys is leading the group's latest testbed project, for which it is creating a repeatable approach to tracking (and improving) asset efficiency in industrial applications.

  • Museums Embrace Beacon-Based Audio Tours

    Muzze provides hardware and a mobile app that make it easy for museums large and small to offer digital content based on a museumgoer's location.

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