Electric cars as buffer storage for solar power: Infineon and Delta enable bidirectional charging at home

Munich, Germany. 27 July, 2022 – On hot summer days, the share of solar power in the energy mix reaches record levels. But what to do when the sun is not shining? With bidirectional charging, solar power from the photovoltaic system is stored in electric cars and home batteries and fed back into the home

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Phosphorus debuts new mobile xIoT security lab at Black Hat USA to demo live remediation of high-risk devices

Nashville, United States – Phosphorus Cybersecurity the provider of advanced and full-scope security for the extended Internet of Things (xIoT), is debuting Mobile xIoT Lab at Black Hat USA 2022 where it will offer live demonstrations of high-risk IoT, OT, and network-connected devices.

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Entire city’s transport network is digitally connected with Hitachi’s new smart mobility suite

In a move that aims to change how people around the world will travel in towns and cities, Hitachi Rail has digitally connected public and private hire transport across an entire Italian city. The milestone has been achieved using technology from Hitachi’s newly-launched smart mobility suite called Lumada Intelligent Mobility Management.

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Tuya announces matter-compatible solutions in close collaboration with Amazon Alexa

Tuya Smart, a global IoT platform service provider, announced that it is working with Amazon Alexa to implement a streamlined setup experience based on Matter, the new industry-unifying connectivity protocol.

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Mason releases fully integrated device management and observability platform to quickly debug IoT smart devices in the field

Seattle, United States – Mason, innovator of the fully managed infrastructure for developing and delivering dedicated smart devices, announced the general availability of Mason X-Ray, the fully integrated device management and observability platform for remote debugging and resolution of issues on IoT smart devices deployed in the field. Unlike other solutions that require devices to

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Nordic-powered wearable lasts up to five days between charges with continuous physiological data monitoring

Oslo, Norway. 25 July, 2022 – U.S based human performance company, WHOOP, has launched a health monitoring wearable that can perform continuous physiological data monitoring for up to five days without requiring recharge. The ‘WHOOP 4.0’ monitors the wearer’s heart rate, heart rate variability, blood oxygen saturation, sleep data, strain, and skin temperature, and can

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Scottish IoT project ‘to consign rocky rural roads to history’ with digital monitoring of road conditions and repairs

A consortium of research partners in Scotland could help solve the perennial problems facing the UK’s transport infrastructure, with the development of an internet of things (IoT) sensor network that provides real-time monitoring of rural road conditions.

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Disruptive technologies tiny sensors help Ospelt Catering reduce food waste and costs within weeks

Oslo, Norway. 19 July 2022 – Ospelt Catering, a high-end restaurant and catering company based in Liechtenstein, struggled with their fridges and freezers. After investing in a new IoT sensor solution from Disruptive Technologies (DT), they have overcome their challenges and improved their efficiency and reporting with a great ROI in just a few months.

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Stanford medical student designs a digital solution to help kids with cerebral palsy

The device addresses a need in the cerebral palsy community. Often, kids with cerebral palsy a group of disorders that affect movement, balance, and posture need daily sessions with a physical therapist to build strength and improve motor skills. As an undergraduate studying bioengineering at Columbia University, Blynn Shideler III thought there must be a

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Alef partners with LittleBird for enhanced smart home network connectivity

New York. 21 July 2022 – Alef, the mobile Edge API Platform, announced that they have signed a multi-million dollar deal with LittleBird, a smart technology platform for residential communities. LittleBird will use Alef’s LTE/5G core services and APIs to enable a private mobile network, using Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum for LittleBird’s Smart Technologies

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Commerzbank and Deutsche Telekom cooperating on digital industry solutions

Deutsche Telekom and Commerzbank are co-operating in the industrial sector. Together they are developing fully automated supply chains with integrated financial services. In this respect the Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Systems and Commerzbank are setting store by digital technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence, the internet of things (IoT), blockchain, cloud technology and sensor technology. Corporate clients profit from the digital

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Citility collaborates with HERE to promote smart, sustainable living in India

21 July 2022 – HERE Technologies, the location data and technology platform, announced that Citility, an integrated mobility platform in India, is leveraging HERE location services and application programming interface (APIs) for its solutions and products.

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AddSecure utilises Aeris’ Intelligent IoT network for robust connectivity

Aeris, the global Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions provider has announced that AddSecure, the supplier of fleet management solutions, selected the Aeris Intelligent IoT Network to provide connectivity to support and manage AddSecure’s Isotrak ELD (Electronic Logging Device) solution across North America. AddSecure’s Isotrak ELD solution is the electronic logging device for fleet operators that provides an accurate

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Connected workspaces: The final digital transformation hurdle

Connecting workforces and spaces have become a priority for many businesses as the dust settles on the pandemic, says Simon Horton, VP international sales at Sangoma, with remote and hybrid working a lasting legacy of Covid. However, if companies of all sizes are to achieve truly connected workspaces and digitally transform their ways of working

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IoT security should be a competitive differentiator

Trust is a fundamental part of the home. We trust our walls to stand up straight, our floors to hold solid, our ovens to work, our toilets to flush and our doors to keep intruders out. We don’t often consider the same standards for our home technology, says Mike Nelson, VP of IoT security, DigiCert.

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Zoning systems in smart buildings – Part II

In part 1 of this article, we looked at how heating ventilation and cooling (HVAC) systems can be controlled in smart buildings, and the role of zoning systems in improving efficiency and comfort. Now, let’s take a look at how this zoning can be implemented in practice, and the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in

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