Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America, a Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America, (Panasonic Automotive), and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, are working together to develop an Android-based in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system.
Qorvo®, a provider of RF solutions that connect the world, and ubisys, a smart home and Internet of Things (IoT) company, have developed a new ultra-compatible gateway solution.
The Board of Governors of the IoT M2M Council (IMC) – with 20,000 members, the largest and fastest-growing trade group serving the IoT sector – has named Joel Young, CTO of Digi International, as its new chairman.
Smart cities and the building of digital economies will become new areas of focus for the FTTH Council Asia-Pacific, as it announced details of its next Annual Conference and new board of directors which will take the council’s successful fiber roll-out program to the next level.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced two new critically important elements of the Qualcomm® Network designed to deliver simple, consistent and seamless connected experiences.
In a society where connectivity is everything, our expectations of technology are constantly increasing and changing. It is estimated that there will be 20 billion connected devices by 2020, the data gathered in this IoT era is helping businesses stay relevant, understand their customers more fluently and improve various parts of their lives.
Thingsquare has announce the availability of an IoT Sensortag starter kit, in collaboration with Texas Instruments and Weptech. This, says Jarle Boe, development kit manager at Texas Instruments and founder of the Sensortag platform, is the world’s first Internet of Things (IoT) system that combines remote connectivity through IPv6 meshing with proximity detection via Bluetooth beacons.
In-car Cleverness (IcC) is collaborating with Aeris to deliver “even more consistent” IoT automotive cellular data and charge-free roaming across Europe – and the rest of the world – to its customers. These include automotive dealers, car rental operators and auto leasing and insurance companies.
It maybe the dying embers of 2016, but in the IoT world the issue of security is burning brightly as the industry gears up for an era of intense collaboration to address the challenges ahead.
We’re all aware of the benefits of IoT, and how it is set to make tasks quicker and easier. But these intuitively connected cars, fridges and utility devices haven’t really gone mainstream yet, and they won’t until an Internet of Things (IoT) standard is introduced.
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