New data from Juniper Research has found that home automation hardware, sold as standalone units rather than as part of a subscription package, will exceed 300 million in 2020. This represents growth of over 1000% from an estimated installed base of 28 million units in 2015.
Renesas Electronics Europe has appointed Michael Hannawald as president of Renesas Electronics Europe.
Altair Semiconductor has announced its FourGee-1160 Category 1 (CAT-1) chipset has been selected by Korea Telecom (KT) to provide ultra-low power LTE connectivity for three Internet of Things (IoT) use cases on exhibit at the “KT Internet of Small Things” event in Korea last week.
Connectivity has become second nature for most of us; even technologically challenged people are able to connect up to WiFi at the local Starbucks. Loading applications and even configuring high-levels of security are within the grasp of the ‘average Joe’.
The OPC Foundation and the M2M Alliance e.V., said to be the largest professional M2M association in Europe, will be working together to help clients building the M2M and IoT world by connecting leading industry players and promoting latest technologies and solutions.
Imagination Technologies has launched a new development kit called Creator Ci40 on Kickstarter. The Ci40 microcomputer has been specifically designed for smart home, IoT and other connected devices (drones, robots, etc.), but it also has the hardware requirements (802.11ac 2×2 Wi-Fi, an Ethernet port, SD and USB storage) needed to be used as a high speed wireless router.
Cyan has signed an deal with Enzen Global Solutions Pvt. Ltd. for a commercial smart metering implementation for Paschimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd. (PVVNL) in Uttar Pradesh, India.
Leaks inside cars will soon become a thing of the past as Smartrac launches what it claims is the first ever passive water sensor tag that works on metal surfaces such as the harsh environment of an automobile chassis.
If there’s one often overused – and sometimes abused – word that sums up the last few decades of human history then it’s diversity. Advances in transport and communications technologies have brought widely different people, places, ideas and cultures into close proximity with one another. Moves from mass manufacturing to just-in-time techniques have also driven an explosion in [...]
For ‘Internet of Things’ Engineers and Decision Makers.
Low power, wide-area networks (LPWAN) are not a new phenomenon however, they are becoming more popular due to the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT).
LPWAN is often used when other wireless networks aren’t a good fit—Bluetooth and BLE (and to a lesser extent, WiFi and ZigBee) are often not suited for [...]
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