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HidroMares Helps Port Managers See the Seas to Better Manage Boat Traffic

Using networks of sensors and a cloud-based interface, port managers can get real-time data about water conditions to help them guide ships in and out of port safely and efficiently.

  • The Industrial Internet Meets… the Mail-Sorting Machine

    Pitney Bowes is using GE's Predix software to make data from its mail-handling and -sorting machinery more accessible.

  • Adored Helps Gunstock Mountain Market to Loyal Customers, Attract New Ones

    The all-season resort is one of dozens of New Hampshire and Massachusetts businesses using the beacon-based service to send promotional offers to participating consumers, based on their anonymized location and behavioral history.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Gimbal shrinks beacon, adds USB power; Accenture offering analytics service; Smappee releases energy-management system for small and midsize businesses; AAB Smart Tools announces new pressure meter and companion smartphone app.

  • Consumer Physics Begins Shipping SCiO Pocket Molecular Sensors

    The pocket device is designed to help consumers better understand the products they buy, the foods they eat or the medicines they take.

  • Six Questions for IoT Security Expert Dan Lohrmann

    Whether you're instrumenting your factory with sensor networks or designing a consumer product that leverages Internet of Things technology, Security Mentor's chief security officer says you need to set your security strategy early.

  • RainMachine Can't Make It Rain, But Helps Homeowners Keep Gardens Growing

    By linking home irrigation systems to weather forecasts, the new solution saves water and money.

  • Panvista's Beacons Track Trade Show Traffic

    The company's Analytics 360 solution uses battery-powered Bluetooth beacons and is designed to be easy and inexpensive to install.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Cisco introduces its IoT System; Ernst & Young gains IoT analytics know-how; GreenPeak unveils chip that supports ZigBee and Thread protocols; Icontrol, mnubo to partner on smart home analytics; Z-Wave Alliance grows member base.

  • Camera Robot Tracks Its Moving Pictures Via RFID

    Move 'N See is using ultra-wideband technology from DecaWave as part of its indoor positioning and robotics solution, Pixio, enabling the automatic filming of moving athletes or other individuals.

  • IoT News Roundup

    McKinsey Global Institute offers rosy forecast, with warnings, for IoT market; Curb's crowdfunding off to strong start; M2M service provider Aeris to launch analytics software tools; Fujitsu turns to IQP Corp. for app development.

  • Dutch Utility Provider Reinvents Approach to Public Lighting

    Alliander, Holland's largest grid operator, has entered into a partnership with 15 cities, enabling their local governments to use an IoT application to control streetlights and conserve energy.

  • NXP Introduces Near Field Communication Chip for IoT Devices

    The chip maker believes NFC can help make smart home products easier to use.

  • Sensors Track Traffic Congestion at Port of Aalburg

    A Bluetooth-based solution from BLIP Systems employs sensors to capture transmissions from phones and other Bluetooth-enabled devices in trucks and cars, as well as software on a hosted server to analyze traffic conditions and prompt the display of alerts on traffic signage.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Altierre's new IRIS chip sips energy; Industrial Internet Consortium publishes reference architecture; Wind River announces new app store; survey takes IoT developers' temperature; new hardware reference design from Sierra Wireless.

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