Standards and Technology IOT News

  • IoT News Roundup

    Mist offers BLE platform for scalable, standards-based asset visibility; Domino's franchise groups deploy Unified Office's IoT Operations Performance Suite; EEMBC benchmark reveals energy cost of using BLE for Internet of Things; Xicato, LumiFi partner for multivendor lighting control; Fujitsu, VMware expand strategic collaboration to offer IoT solutions for automobile industry.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Senet Network Hits 100-City Mark

    The company is deploying its low-power wide-area network through the use of what it calls macrocells and microcells, aiming to support IoT applications ranging from the agriculture industry to the oil and gas industry and smart-city projects.

  • IoT News Roundup

    Google adds security feature to Eddystone for beacons; app records diet with a microphone; Bluetooth SIG announces developer training; new IoT-enablement platform from PLAT.ONE; EU Parliament updates privacy laws.

  • New Functionality Could Boost BLE's Role in the IoT

    The Bluetooth Special Interest Group, which oversees the development of Bluetooth standards, has introduced a new energy-saving specification for Internet of Things devices containing Bluetooth and other radios.

  • IOT News Roundup

    IT pros worry about data privacy; Miracle-Gro releases app for Connected Yard; NFC Forum publishes new IoT-related specifications; companies show strong interest in location-based marketing; health-monitoring device usage expected to triple by 2020.

  • IOT News Roundup

    IIC members preparing to test time-sensitive networking standard; Senate bill calls for IoT research, support; AgeCheq offering new consumer data safeguard; HARMAN, NXP demo V2X technology; Pwnie Express reports on "Internet of Evil Things"; GlobalSign, Infineon partner on IoT security.

  • Wi-Fi Alliance Introduces HaLow As Long-Range, Low-Power Choice for IoT Networking

    HaLow's long transmission distance and low power requirement could make it an attractive protocol for both commercial and industrial IoT networks, but devices that use the wireless protocol won't be commercially available for a few more years.

  • HyperCat Seeks to Grow Specification Through Collaborations

    The HyperCat Consortium, which has developed a specification to make it easier to discover and search for data from connected things via the Internet, wants to band together with other IoT interoperability and standards groups.

  • 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.

  • How Texas Instruments and IBM Plan to Secure IoT Devices

    Security is one of the biggest threats to the Internet of Things, and it should be designed into IoT devices starting at the beginning of their lifecycles. TI's Avner Goren explains why and how his company and IBM are pursuing a role in that process, by collaborating to build a framework for authenticating IoT devices.

  • New NFC Security Feature Tightens Controls on Tag Data

    The NFC Forum expects that a new standard that certifies data being written to Near Field Communication tags will make more companies interested in integrating NFC technology into products and services.

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