Universal Electronics Inc.,, a global provider of universal control and sensing technologies for the smart home, is collaborating with Microsoft to launch a new digital assistant platform for the home built on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform using AI and IoT services.
Carefully implemented Internet of Things (IoT) technology can be crucial to transforming the retail experience and preventing further high-street casualties. As retailers around the world count the cost of digital disruption, the IoT is growing in importance.
Half of online consumers globally now use digital voice assistants, with emerging markets leading the way in adoption.
In response to growing adoption of Bluetooth mesh networking in smart home solutions, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has formed a new Smart Home Subgroup.
IoT-based warehouse management, like any other emerging technology, also comes with a few challenges/drawbacks of its own. This is why, despite all the advantages and acceptance by the likes of Amazon, Ocado, and Alibaba, many 3PL companies are still hesitant to adopt this technology,
The demand for smart cities across the world has led the HomeGrid Forum to expand its work for 2019 into smart grids, Internet of Things (IoT), connected cars, and Visible Light Communication (VLC).
IoT is a combination of various hardware and software technologies. All these technologies are interdependent and need to stay connected via a robust internet connection. From GPS to Artificial intelligence, each technology plays a specific role, says Jaykishan Panchal, a content marketing strategist at MoveoApps.
Almost 110 million smart home devices will be shipped worldwide in 2018, according to a new industry report from Futuresource Consulting. This equates to a retail value of almost $17 billion (€14.8 billion) and demonstrates strong growth in both volume and value.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is at the heart of rapid development in all sections of the global economy. Supply chain management and the warehousing industry are no exceptions to this growing trend. The proliferation of IoT has already started changing the picture for the better. Still, adoption of this technology is moving at snail’s pace.
CEVA Inc., a licensor of signal processing platforms and Artificial Intelligence processors for smarter, connected devices, reports that Nordic Semiconductor has licensed and deployed CEVA DSP technology.
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