Welbilt KitchenConnect launches the smart restaurant ecosystem for the foodservice industry

Welbilt, Inc., a provider of commercial equipment and cloud device management for the foodservice industry, is proud to announce the launch of the Smart Restaurant Ecosystem. The ecosystem is powered by the digital companies in the Internet of Things (IoT) space that will empower its homegrown cloud platform for connected restaurant equipment, KitchenConnect.

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Edge computing for IoT devices needs security

According to a report by IoT Analytics, up to 11.3 billion devices of various types are currently connected to the internet worldwide. Analysts expect this figure to more than double to 27.1 billion by 2025, despite the pandemic and shortage of chips. Looking more closely, it is clear that the increase in industrial devices connecting

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5G to become more popular than 4G in the US in 2024, but hunt for 5G killer app remains, forecasts GlobalData

5G will overtake 4G as the most popular way to access mobile internet in the US as soon as 2024, when there will be more 5G subscribers than 4G, according to GlobalData. But 5G subscribers will consume more data than 4G subscribers as soon as 2023, with 5G accounting for 80.8 million terabytes (TB) of

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The Vuzix shield offers a revolutionary combination of miniature ultra-bright projectors

Vuzix Corporation, a supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products, announced the unveiling of the Vuzix Shield Smart Glasses, which were recently named a multiple CES 2022 Innovation Awards Honoree. The Vuzix Shield Smart Glasses, previously referred to as Vuzix Next Generation Smart Glasses (NGSG), represents the most powerful binocular optically see-through smart

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Re-defining the virtual world through the metaverse

In a world where everything is moving further and further into digital, the metaverse is part of a wider transformation of our digital lives. It is a pure online world where people can choose to retreat to game, work and communicate. It is considered bymany as the latest evolution of interpersonal communications. In another way,

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Ericsson launches time-critical communication toolbox

Ericsson is enhancing its 5G capabilities with the launch of an end-to-end solution that aims to guarantee the consistent low latency and high reliability demanded by time-critical applications and services for consumers, enterprises, and public sector.

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Vertiv Research defines standard models for deploying edge infrastructure

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, released the results of an in-depth research project to identify edge infrastructure models to help organisations move toward a more standardised approach to edge computing deployments, with the intent to improve costs and deployment times.

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PTC and Volvo Group announce digital engineering collaboration

PTC and the Volvo Group announced plans to further increase collaboration around digital engineering. Volvo Group has decided to unify its CAD platforms, which positions PTC’s products to serve as the primary CAD and PLM solutions used in the Volvo Group for complete vehicle design.

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ETSI launches specification for the 5th generation fixed network, F5G technology landscape

ETSI’s 5th Generation Fixed Network group (F5G ISG) has just released its specification, ETSI GS F5G 003, entitled F5G Technology Landscape. In this specification, the ISG studies the technical requirements, existing standards and gaps for 10 different new use cases, for home, enterprises or industrial needs.

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Revolutionising AR with Infineon’s new MEMS scanner for eyeglasses and head-up displays

What if your everyday eyeglasses became the next media for augmented reality applications? What if every car could display valuable data on the whole windshield to securely guide you through the traffic? The new MEMS* scanner solution from Infineon Technologies AG, comprising a MEMS mirror and MEMS driver, allows completely new product designs. Its miniature

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ETSI report aims to enable MEC deployment in a multi-operator environment

The ETSI MEC Industry Specification Group has just released a new Group Report ETSI GR MEC 0035 to enable inter-MEC system deployment and MEC-Cloud system coordination. This Report was motivated by the mobile network operators’ interest in forming federated MEC environments and enabling information exchange in a secure manner, in the event that MEC platforms

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Vuforia instruct SaaS simplifies CAD-based AR

On stage at the Vuforia Live Virtual Event, PTC has released the new Vuforia Instruct out-of-the-box offering from the Vuforia Enterprise Augmented Reality (AR) Suite.

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AR helps Stannah bring virtual stairlifts into homes worldwide

Augmented reality (AR) is helping prospective stairlift customers get a clearer picture of how a stairlift might fit into their home, thanks to a new development from Stannah.

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Augmented and virtual reality tools can really benefit from training

What is reality? Some doctors say if you perceive it to be real your body will fill in the blanks to make it a reality. By now we have all seen this, says Joseph Zulick, a writer and manager at MRO Electric and Supply.

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AR & VR revenue growth to be driven by increasing demand in gaming

Some of the key players in the global augmented reality and virtual reality (AR & VR) market include names such as Microsoft Corporation, Google Inc., Apple Inc., and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. among others.

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OPPO launches cellular patents to the IoT industry through Avanci

OPPO announced that it would license its worldwide 3G and 4G standard-essential patents to the IoT and automotive markets through leading patent licensing platform Avanci. The company that has been at the forefront of innovation in the smartphone market is diversifying its portfolio to include frontier technologies such as IoT, 5G and Augmented reality (AR), to provide

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