With the dramatic growth of connected devices and products, leveraging the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) for business is no simple task.
Wistiki has launched the FOUND YOU! a collection of four premium and intuitively connected accessories, designed by the designer, Philippe Starck, that helps to find items from the smartphone.
Starhome Mach recently surveyed the world’s roaming community at the GSMA Wholesale Agreements and Solutions (WAS) conference to examine IoT/M2M growth and how it will affect global networks.
D-Link is to enable ISPs to accelerate the introduction of ‘fifth play’ services, and a crucial route to enhanced customer loyalty, by offering its smart home ecosystem through telecoms service providers across Europe.
Stream Technologies has announced a partnership with Wipro Limited to jointly provide connectivity solutions around Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
ARM and HeartToHeart Networks LLC have announced a secure digital health solution for use by healthcare providers caring for patients with neurodegenerative conditions.
A new wearable child locator device is being launched enabling parents to safely give their children some of the freedom they crave. The Child Angel solution uses cutting-edge machine-to-machine (M2M) and embedded processor technology from Arkessa and Intel to deliver highly accurate location readings securely to the parents’ smartphones maintaining parental peace of mind in the process.
Holmes Mann has improved vehicle utilisation and fleet efficiency after implementing a telematics system Masternaut Connect from Masternaut.
Seamless Accelerator held its first Demo Day, the final event in a 12-week programme that connected eight Internet of Things (IoT) startups with six large, Michigan enterprises. Participating teams presented their businesses to the investment and entrepreneurial communities.
Telensa has announced that a major new deployment is underway covering 33,000 LED streetlights in Doncaster, UK. The deployment is part of Doncaster Council’s Smartlight project that will see existing lights replaced by LED luminaires from Urbis Schréder.
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