Symmetry Electronics has announced a partnership with Aeris to provide customers with easy access to cellular connectivity services.
After a month-long public vote, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) announced that it has given its annual Luddite Award to a loose coalition of scientists and luminaries who stirred fear and hysteria in 2015 by raising alarms that artificial intelligence (AI) could spell doom for humanity. ITIF argued that such alarmism distracts attention from the enormous [...]
Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL) and transmissions systems integrator VSAT System s.j have announced their leading role in delivering a new Data Transmission Platform for the Intelligent Transport System (ITS) to enhance smart city capabilities in Rzeszow, Poland (pictured).
Telensa, which provides end-to-end smart city solutions incorporating low power wide area (LPWA) wireless technology, announced funding of US$18 million to fuel its next stage of profitable growth.
The Islamic Azad University (IAU) is a private university system in Iran, and reportedly one of the largest comprehensive systems of universities, colleges, and community colleges in the world. Now, the university is to create what it says is the first ever lab for Internet of Things (IoT) experiments in the Middle East & North Africa (MENA).
The NCG-1-AL-UHV position sensors from Queensgate, based upon advanced proprietary capacitive technology, are now the longest range devices in the company’s portfolio. Their measurements can span across 11,000µm.
For the smart home market, 2015 will be viewed as a launch-pad year for many suppliers. Although most of the top security device vendors have had smart devices in their portfolios from previous years, it was only last year that device suppliers moved to retake the ecosystem. So says Blake Kozak of IHS in a new research note.
IoT Now salutes the industry pundits who are avoiding safe predictions for 2016. Machina Research is one that states, “there is little point in doing these kinds of predictions if you’re not going to be outspoken and take a few risks.”
Cambridge Wireless (CW) has announced the shortlist of SMEs to take part in its IoTUK Boost programme. Twenty companies were selected based on their capability to address key IoT challenges in the health and social care sector through their innovative, ideas, products and services.
Vectra® Networks has announced that the Vectra Threat Labs™ has verified that consumer-grade Internet of Things (IoT) products, such as Wi-Fi security web cameras, can be hacked and reprogrammed to serve as permanent backdoors, enabling potential attackers to remotely command and control a cyber attack without being detected by traditional security products.
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