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.
It’s a bit of a flashpoint at this time. Tension mounts. All the generations and their products get together, they’re all excited and there are massive – possibly unrealistic – expectations. Having invited all these people to the party, the host suddenly starts panicking and wondering how they’re going to cater for them all. Everyone is a bit edgy and nobody knows what space [...]
A necklace that stores electronic health data to track child immunisation and a wearable soap that helps limit the spread of infectious viruses by encouraging hand washing have won the Wearables for Good challenge run by UNICEF, ARM and frog. The winning designs, both led by joint Indian-US teams, will each receive a prize of $15,000 and incubation and mentoring from the partners.
u-blox has announced it has selected the ARM® mbed™ IoT Device Platform for customers creating host-less Internet of Things (IoT) wireless applications. By adopting the open ARM mbed environment and the u-blox ODIN-W2 module, designers can rapidly develop and deploy wireless IoT applications with ease.
Across the region, cities are racing to make themselves ‘smarter’. By harnessing the power of computing, networks and big data, their aim is to improve living standards for citizens and reduce the impact of urbanisation on the environment.
Ingenu, has announced the initial rollout of its Machine Network™Machine Network, covering 30 major metropolitan areas across the United States by the end of 2016. Once the first phase is operational, the Machine Network will be the nation’s largest exclusive Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) network, serving approximately more than 100 million users across the United [...]
A recent report from Navigant Research analyses the global market for smart urban mobility infrastructure and services in smart cities, including carsharing, ridesharing, advanced traffic management, smart parking, and other transportation innovations, with regional forecasts for revenue, through 2024.
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