Universal Electronics Inc.,, a global provider of universal control and sensing technologies for the smart home, is collaborating with Microsoft to launch a new digital assistant platform for the home built on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform using AI and IoT services.
Matt Sebek, vice president of Digital at WWT, explores how carefully implemented IoT technology can be crucial to transforming the retail experience and preventing further high-street casualties.
As Jeremy Cowan, IoT Now’s editorial director, hears from Thomas Hasselman, chief marketing officer of Finland-based Quuppa, BLE is finding a home for asset tracking at in hospitals, offices, the army and via mobile network operator, Orange. Also see Part 1.
Wikipedia, the world’s largest free-content encyclopaedia, now has more than 41 million articles in 294 languages. If printed, the English articles alone would form an impressive, but unrealistic 2,512 volumes.
The hype around IoT is refusing to calm down. Should it? Is it just a fad? Or should you seriously consider IoT for your business? And if yes, says entrepreneur Abhinav Dubey, how should you go about incorporating the Internet of Things (IoT) in your business strategy?
The growing market for commercial UAS (unmanned aerial systems) platforms and associated services will be led by demand from the agriculture, commercial security and first responder sectors: The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report, “ Commercial UAS Market Outlook 2017-2027 ,” forecasts the commercial UAS market will grow to over $15.1 billion (€13.10 billion) [...]
Arbe is excited to announce the launch of Phoenix, its automotive 4D imaging radar beta product. This new front-end system, powered by Arbe’s proprietary chipset technology, enables evaluation and development towards production and full commercialisation of 4D imaging radar for all levels of vehicle autonomy.
Historically, the use of condition monitoring solutions for predictive maintenance has been restricted to high-value, mission-critical equipment, leaving an average of 85% of a production facility’s equipment vulnerable to costly unexpected downtime and repairs.
It’s all very well to have a flow of data from IoT-enabled sensors and devices, but if you don’t have the necessary tools to monetise the data you may as well not bother.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced its next-generation modem purpose-built for Internet of Things (IoT) applications such as asset trackers, health monitors, security systems, smart city sensors and smart meters, as well as a range of wearable trackers.
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