Automation IOT News

  • IoT News Roundup

    Semtech LoRa technology selected for Australia's first IoT network ••• CALLUP to introduce remote SIM card management system for the IoT ••• Bridge Alliance, Gemalto offer eSIM solution for consumer IoT devices ••• Itron, Bsquare provide app community for grid edge devices ••• SALUS Controls chooses Ayla Networks to connect smart building products to the IoT ••• Microsoft intros new blockchain product-tracking project ••• Red Ledge launches open RFID- and IIoT-ready asset-management system ••• MITRE announces winner of Internet of Things challenge.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Juniper Research warns that IoT botnets present huge cybersecurity risk; NXT-ID chooses Nordic Semiconductor's wireless BLE and NFC module for smart cards, wearables; TrackNet secures series A investment to develop, deploy IoT solutions; Eir Business releases IoT store built on Asavie platform; Digi International intros embedded modem; Kony helps KMC Controls launch mobile app with IoT technology; Silicon Labs acquires Wi-Fi company Zentri; Frost & Sullivan announces Technology Innovation Award for Antenna Company.

  • How Singapore Is Using the IoT to Build a Smart-Nation Platform

    Chan Cheow Hoe, Singapore's chief information officer, says Internet of Things technologies are playing a role in most of the city-state's projects regarding transportation, health care and environmental sustainability.

  • MyDealerLot Offers Beacon- and Drone-based Vehicle-Management Solution

    The Bloodhound system is designed to allow dealerships to use smartphones, tablets or flying drones to locate cars by means of Bluetooth beacons attached to vehicles and walls.

  • Qualcomm Buys NXP

    The transaction, scheduled to close at the end of the 2017, could make Qualcomm a leader in RFID chip sales for IoT, cellular, automotive, transportation, payments and other applications.

  • SpiceJet Uses Beacons, NFC to Speed Airport Check-in

    The Indian airline's new system, installed this summer at Hyderabad Airport, enables passengers to automatically receive a boarding pass as soon as they arrive at the airport, or to tap their phone against an RFID-tagged sign to access that pass.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Intel launches Joule dev kit at developer forum; Xylem buying smart meter maker Sensus; a big week for connected car news; LPWANs growing around the world; new LoRa dev kit by MultiTech; Kepware upgrades KEPServer software.

  • IoT Platform Creates Single Interface for South African Meat Company

    The Cavalier Group contracted a Pretoria-based startup to integrate alarm and access-control systems to make it easier for staff to respond to alerts and keep the facility running optimally.

  • How Opti Leverages the IoT to Improve Stormwater Management

    By deploying networked water-level meters, the company can help municipalities or private contractors to right-size their storage infrastructure and speed response times to possible overflow events.

  • Nextbike's Quest to Simplify Bike-Sharing

    The company is utilizing NFC tags and readers to facilitate its operations in 18 countries.

  • Ye Ol' Geezer Meat Shop Chills Out With the IoT

    A lot is riding on this butcher's equipment, especially when the mercury breaks 100 degrees in the Utah desert, so the shop owners have turned to internet-networked sensors to keep tabs on its coolers and freezers remotely.

  • Foot-Traffic Monitor Targets Wide Range of Applications

    San Francisco startup Density has unveiled a new iteration of its anonymous foot-traffic counting sensor technology, which it is offering to retailers and others through a subscription service.

  • Beacons and NFC RFID Take Off at Bologna Airport

    Since June, passengers at the Italian airport have been able to access information about flights, security and buses via Bluetooth beacons installed at various locations, as well as NFC RFID tags attached to posters.

  • Pitney Bowes' SmartLink Connects Metering Machines to the Cloud

    By retrofitting its postage meters, the company hopes to make it easier for its small and midsize customers to use and update the machines via the IoT.

  • Taylor Romero's DIY Path to an Internet-Connected Store

    With his barbershop and men's boutique Spruce, Taylor Romero forged his own path to smart retail.

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