Renesas and Syntiant develop voice-controlled multimodal AI solution

Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Syntiant Corp., a deep learning chip technology company advancing low-power intelligent voice and sensor processing in edge devices, announced the joint development of a voice-controlled multimodal AI solution that enables low-power contactless operation for image processing in vision AI-based IoT and edge systems, such as

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The value of analogue measurement

Analogue measurement can define your upside. when you look at what you can achieve in a plant, you may be able to accomplish a lot with just simple digital sensors. You can tell when something switches state ( goes on and off), you know if things are running or not running, you can tell if

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IoT and your understanding of data

As cloud-based sensing and actuation along with compiling of data expands, we need to realise the lack of commonality in our understanding. Sometimes it’s just the words we use, sometimes it’s semantics, and still other times it’s our confusion of expected outcomes.

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Actility and Elsys launch workspace management starter kit focused on monitoring work areas 24/7

Actility, in joint work with and Elsys, now offers a new Workspace Management Starter Kit focused on the monitorisation of work areas 24/7. This IoT solution allows to simultaneously monitor data provided by indoor environments like temperature, humidity, lighting, personnel presence, and directional people counting (left-right) for real-time monitoring of staff interventions, cleaning based on real-time usage data, and improvement

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Renesas’ new modular IoT development platform reduces time-to-market and design complexity

Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, introduced an innovative new IoT system design platform that significantly eases the prototyping of IoT systems.

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BT and ABP’s port of Ipswich trial IoT solution to digitise port operations

BT and Associated British Ports (ABP) are trialling the next generation of Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor technology to speed up the movement and processing of cargo goods and digitise the Port of Ipswich’s logistics and operations processes.

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Water scarcity: The critical role of nanosatellite technology in water management

When the worst drought in California’s history ended in 2017, it revealed critical flaws in state water management processes that cost the US as a whole $3.8 billion (€3.20 billion).

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Screenless wristband enables communication and contactless payment with innovative biometrics

The IoT (Internet of Things) building blocks from Infineon Technologies AG are becoming ever more powerful, energy-efficient, and smaller. Today, practically any everyday object can be enriched with smart functions to make life easier.

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Everynet and Crown Castle launch LoRaWAN IoT network across the US

 Everynet and Crown Castle, launched a national LoRaWAN Internet of Things (IoT) network in the United States. The first phase of Everynet’s national network rollout will include the top 36 metropolitan areas and key logistics corridors across the United States, expected to go live by the end of 2021.

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MultiTech buys Radio Bridge to improve customer experience deploying sensor-to-cloud solutions

MultiTech Systems, Inc., a global supplier of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, services, and solutions, has acquired Radio Bridge. Radio Bridge is a Minnesota-based designer and manufacturer of long-range wireless sensors for the Internet of Things (IoT) industry using the LoRaWAN wireless standard.

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10 key considerations for enterprises before purchasing an IoT sensor

Real-time, technology-driven strategy has become the cornerstone of planning and deploying a successful supply chain, while forecasting potential disruptions for virtually any product category. As the price of sensors has come down over time, says Bryn Lowry, VP of customer success at Cloudleaf, implementing IoT devices has been a massive accelerator for this endeavour.

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Uncovering the IoT blindspot in a post-pandemic world

As companies around the world look at returning to the office, they must also have eyes on their IoT devices says, Max Heinemeyer, director of threat hunting at Darktrace.

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European digital consortium to design future EU quantum internet ultra-secure comms

The European Commission has selected a consortium of companies and research institutes to study the design of the future European quantum communication network, EuroQCI (quantum communication infrastructure). It will enable ultra-secure communication between critical infrastructures and government institutions across the European Union. 

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Utilising the IoT to transform tree monitoring, management

Since they came into force in 2016, the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement have prompted many governments to rethink their “green” status, including how they approach global issues such as deforestation and controlling CO2 levels.

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Cordaan gains operational efficiency and security at 120 sites with Extreme network

One of the healthcare providers in the Netherlands, Cordaan, has deployed its clinical-grade, cloud-driven networking solutions, supported by Extreme Networks, Inc.

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Verizon Business takes IoT connectivity global

Enterprises can now benefit from global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity from Verizon Business for mobile assets in 170 countries worldwide. This includes permanent roaming options in North America and Western Europe all on a single SIM.

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