Technology IOT News

  • IoT News Roundup

    EVRYTHNG's and Avery Dennison's 10 billion connected items start with limited-edition jacket; GlobalScan, Intrinsic-ID join forces to provide secure IoT hardware; AT&T launches LTE-M pilot; Senet's LoRa network now in 225 cities; Honeywell, Flowserve collaborate on Industrial IoT service; Context offers IoT security evaluation service.

  • 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

    Insecure IoT devices helped take down list of popular websites; Vodafone expanding connectivity offerings via satellite coverage; Jabil, Verizon Ventures invest in Verdigris; Autodesk integrates predicative maintenance software into Fusion platform; YunOS to use Gemalto identity-management services for IoT devices; Kontakt.io opens beacon showroom in Berlin; Orange Launches Datavenue Service Worldwide.

  • Hackers Used the IoT to Create an Unprecedented DDoS Attack—Now What?

    We asked security expert Dan Lohrmann what a massive cyberattack on cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs' website means for the wider Internet of Things industry.

  • VMWare Partners With APX Labs to Support Workplace Wearables

    Smart glasses seem to be gaining traction in the enterprise, aided by software enabling companies to quickly scale up from pilots to deployments.

  • 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.

  • To Grow Their Industrial IoT Services, GE and Bosch Are Joining Forces

    Looking to broaden their respective capabilities in the Internet of Things, the two industrial giants are working with the Eclipse open-source community to integrate elements of their respective cloud platforms.

  • 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.

  • For ServiceMax and PTC, IoT Opens New Business Opportunity

    Through a partnership with PTC, ServiceMax is giving technicians a head start on addressing service calls by allowing them to remotely tap into data regarding a machine's health or status.

  • 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.

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