Innovation IOT News

  • IT Firm Prepares Student-Tracking App for Swiss Resort's Ski School

    Ski and snowboard pupils will be issued LoRa-based radio tags, while access points throughout the resort will determine their location and convey it to the instructor's smartphone via an application.

  • In Tennessee, Minor League Baseball Meets the Physical Web

    Fans of the Nashville Sounds Minor League Baseball team used their phones to access player statistics, read baseball trivia and find the nearest peanuts and Cracker Jack… or beer.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Cambium Networks unveils radio for collecting sensor data in remote deployments; Verizon buys lighting and IoT company Sensity; Telit rolls out new Bluetooth and location-tracking tech, adds Wirepas support; STMicro introduces LoRa kit for prototyping; goTransverse releases report on IoT monetization strategies.

  • FogHorn's Lightning Software Moves Real-Time Processing to Edge

    Following beta product development with flagship customer GE, FogHorn Systems has made its edge-analytics platform generally available.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Buddy platform opens doors to Parse users; LoJack announces new phone-based products; TomTom's new device marries navigation with apps; Broadband Networks bringing People Power to Switzerland and Liechtenstein; OTA says security vulnerabilities easy to avoid.

  • IoT-focused LTE Products Begin to Emerge at CTIA Super Mobility 2016

    Following standardization milestones this summer, a number of cellular industry stakeholders and suppliers have revealed their product roadmaps for Category NB1 and Category M1 cellular devices.

  • At U.S. Wireless Industry Event: A Vision for 5G Network

    The opening keynotes at the CTIA Super Mobility conference, in Las Vegas, focused both on looking back at how far the wireless industry has come, and also on looking ahead to what the fifth-generation wireless network will require.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Samsung to expand smart-home position with Dacor; Libelium kits for LoRa proof-of-concept projects; Cayenne upgrade includes Arduino support; Ayyeka's water-, environmental-monitoring kits now plugged into Sigfox network; IndoorAtlas scores E.U. grant; Gartner says IoT nearly at peak hype in Africa.

  • 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.

  • IoT News Roundup

    SoftBank to pay $32 billion for ARM; Open Trust Protocol, MQTT advance on standardization path; ForgeRock announces identity-management upgrades; Zebra's new access points are IoT-ready; Murata's transmitter gets ISA standard nod; Bluvision, Siemens collaborating to offer smart manufacturing systems.

  • How Dublin Became a Smart City, Part Two

    This series examines how wooing major tech firms and supporting academic researchers is helping to transform the Irish capital.

  • How Dublin Became a Smart City, Part One

    This series examines how wooing major technology firms and supporting academic researchers is helping to transform the Irish capital.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Cypress selling a Bluetooth sensor kit; French boiler manufacturer to connect heaters to Sigfox network; C3 IoT calls new customer roll; Space-Time snaps up GOFACTORY; Stratus Technologies announce smart-building software service; Samsung making $1.2 billion bet on IoT; Semios giving away the farm (soil monitor).

  • Columbus Wins DOT's Smart City Challenge

    The Midwestern city beat out Austin, San Francisco, Portland and three other tech-savvy cities, winning $50 million to fund connected-technology improvements to its transportation infrastructure.

  • Q&A With C3 IoT's Tom Siebel

    Six months ago, C3 Energy, the IoT platform provider that enterprise software pioneer Tom Siebel launched in 2009, broadened its focus beyond the energy market. IOT Journal spoke with him about the transition and why he thinks every system—even the human body—is becoming part of the Internet of Things.

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