Sensors and Technology 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

    Swift Sensors' cloud-based wireless sensor system; NFC Forum Innovation Awards open for submissions; PTC achieves AWS IoT Competency status; Avnet expands Internet of Things portfolio with Relayr solutions; OE-A to demonstrate printed electronics at CES 2017; Libelium releases Internet of Things video.

  • IOT News Roundup

    Bangkok expands BlipTrack Wi-Fi Bluetooth sensor solution; Autodesk, Taxal conducts research into IoT trends; Oasis Smart SIM showcases eSIM solution for IoT connected devices; ams launches AS7221 smart-lighting manager; ETSI publishes smart-home specifications.

  • Chip News: Intel Unveils New Processors; ARM Announces Bolstered Security

    Intel says its E3900 is well suited for demanding industrial IoT applications, as well as for high-quality image processing needs at the edge of networks. ARM reports an expansion to its TrustZone technology to low-power IoT chips.

  • Fairbanks Using Smart, Connected Plows to Improve Snow and Ice Removal

    Federal Highway Administration grants have funded the use of sensors that turn the agency's fleet of vehicles into mobile weather stations, providing insights into mile-by-mile variations in road conditions.

  • IoT News Roundup

    SAP betting big on IoT; new Exosite software integrates gateway controls; Parker announces expanded Bluetooth sensor line; new developer tools from The Qt Company; new LoRa sensor line from Trimble.

  • 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.

  • San Diego Airport Hails Faster Cab Lines With BlipTrack

    After installing a set of BlipTrack sensors along its taxi queuing area, the airport's ground-transportation team has seen shorter passenger lines and faster pick-up service.

  • Project Turns Bicycle Couriers into IoT Nodes

    In London, a delivery service is collaborating with technology companies to equip bicycle couriers with air-pollution sensors in order to understand the cyclists' exposure to harmful emissions.

  • Sensor Network Has Avocado Farmer Seeing Green

    High water costs made Kurt Bantle's avocado farm financially untenable, but after optimizing his irrigation system by using a network of sensors linked to an IoT network, he was able to slash his water costs and recoup his investment in just six months.

  • 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.

  • Vaccine Smart-Fridge Aims to Make Drug Storage Foolproof

    By combining sensor-enabled, purpose-built refrigerators and freezers with cloud-based software to control inventory and manage safety alerts, Weka Health Solutions says it is making vaccine management easy and safe for physicians' offices.

  • 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.

  • IoT Startup Arable Seeks to Simplify Ag Tech

    The company's solar-powered Pulsepod marries a range of sensors with an advanced rain gauge and cellular connectivity to help famers better understand the health of their crops.

  • 75F Rethinks Heating and Cooling With IoT-based Solution

    The Minnesota-based firm uses room-level sensors and weather data to provide granular controls for HVAC systems in commercial buildings.

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