The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) presents a tremendous opportunity to disrupt the way we interact with devices and the world around us.
Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation, as a Silicon Partner of Mbed (a device management solution for IoT platforms developed by Arm Ltd), acquired the certification of Mbed OS for its microcontrollers. Two evaluation boards that integrate these microcontrollers have been released on the ARM Mbed site.
u‑blox, a globalprovider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, announced that its SARA cellular module series will provide wireless connectivity for a new end-to-end platform for Industry 4.0. With the platform, developed by Italian-based Iomote, businesses will be able to easily connect existing machines
At the Internet of Things (IoT) World 2017, Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced the extension of its developer programme with the introduction of a new developer portal, developer kits and a simulation tool for application development.
The brand new concept of “Interoperable – Simple – Secure” solution of the IQRF technology, a Wireless Platform for IoT, was presented in the end of the 2016. Now, it is being fulfilled by new versions of the OS v4.00 and the DPA protocol v3.00 bringing higher safety of wireless communication,
In order to address the constantly expanding maker market, SST Sensing Ltd. has partnered with Sparkfun. Together they have developed a reportedly simple to implement solution for single point liquid detection using infra-red technology.
Microsoft’s new Azure IoT Hub is reportedly designed to provide an easy, secure way to connect, provision and manage billions of IoT devices sending and receiving trillions of messages per month.
(Tanegashima, Japan. July 31, 2013) — On August 4, 2013 at 5:00 am local time, an unmanned H11-B rocket containing Libelium Sensing Technology will lift off from the Tanegashima Space Center (TNSC) in Japan en route for the International Space Station (ISS). Libelium Radiation Sensor Boards are included in the main payload of the two ArduSat satellites to be placed into orbit.
Berlin, Germany. August 24, 2012.- Arduino and global network operator Telefónica are presenting a new version of the Arduino GSM/GPRS Shield project at the Campus Party in Berlin. The project has added a GPRS/GSM connection to a free hardware motherboard, creating a low-cost device connected through Telefónica’s M2M technology
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