Experts and users from all over the world met in Düsseldorf last week for the 10th anniversary of the M2M Summit, hosted by the M2M Alliance.
CEVA, Inc., a licensor of signal processing IP for smarter, connected devices, has introduced a new lightweight, multi-purpose, processor IP core to streamline the design of cellular-enabled low data rate industrial and consumer loT devices.
Essence, a provider of IoT, cloud-based connected living solutions, has expanded its Smart Living platform, WeR@Home™ by adding IFTTT capabilities and Z-Wave+ certification to meet the significant increase in demand for smart home devices.
If there was any doubt over the pervasiveness of IoT then look no further than digital security expert Gemalto’s IoT Outlook 2016, and the stand out revelation that the market will account for some 50% of business revenue by 2020.
Modern life is demanding. Better connectivity means people now want everything on-demand in all aspects of their lives. Businesses have been tasked with keeping up, delivering the products and services required, without compromise,
Different standards and platforms are an obstacle to the expected business development of the Internet of Things (IoT). Deutsche Telekom has now developed a solution to this problem at its cloud data centre in Biere, launching a multi-IoT platform at its House of Clouds.
A European vendor of connected-vehicle applications like Nissan Smart Car app in Middle East, and KIA Remoto app in Russia, announced the launch of a self-driving car solution with a neural network trained through computer games as well as real-life examples.
Silicon Labs has acquired Micrium, a supplier of real-time operating system (RTOS) software for the Internet of Things (IoT). Financial terms have not yet been disclosed.
Read any tech blog today or check out the hottest technology showcases worldwide, and you can feel the buzz around the latest advancements in two key consumer-tech industries – automotive technology and wearables.
At a Round Table on Connected and Automated Driving initiated and chaired by Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, the automotive and telecom industries have formally announced the creation of Europe’s first Automotive-Telecom Alliance.
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