PTC announced at the sold-out LiveWorx 18 digital transformation conference a wide range of new initiatives for augmented reality (AR). These are coming out of its new business unit dedicated to the advancement and application of augmented reality in industrial settings.
Lantronix, Inc., a global provider of secure data access and management solutions for the industrial Internet of Things (IoT), announced ConsoleFlow, a centralised IT infrastructure management and monitoring software optimised for out-of-band management and is making it available to customers now through an early availability program with general availability planned in 3rd quarter of 2018.
ManoMotion released the second generation of its Software Development Kit (SDK). ManoMotion’s, provides developers with even more tools for incorporating precise “hand-tracking” into virtual, augmented and mixed reality (VR, AR and MR), and embedded Internet of things (IoT) applications they create.
EQUIIS Technologies AG, a provider in secure mobile communications for the enterprise, announced the availability of secure audio and video messaging as part of its EQUIIS Secure Collaboration Platform.
BlackBerry Limited announced it is furthering leadership in securing the Enterprise of Things (EoT) with a wide-range of new software capabilities aimed at making it easier for users, IT managers, and developers to do more, securely.
Motorola Solutions continues to transform communications for first responders who use land-mobile radio (LMR) and dedicated long-term evolution (LTE) networks. The company announces three new solutions for enhanced mission-critical communications including an app to share digital evidence.
Orange Cyberdefense, the Orange Group’s entity that specialises in cybersecurity, and Check Point Software Technologies have teamed up to deliver a new Orange service called Mobile Threat Protection to help multinational enterprises safeguard their mobile device fleets against current and emerging threats.
iDevices, the pre-eminent brand in the connected home industry, is integrating voice service capabilities directly into the walls of any room. When a standard light switch is replaced with the Instinct, homeowners gain the functionality of a smart light switch, standalone voice assistant, ambient light sensor and motion detector — all in one product.
After the launch of its VR2 headset and its drone in October, Orange launches Live Cam to complete the range of connected objects under the operator’s brand. Orange has long been involved in the distribution of connected objects and support for start-ups.
GE‘s public profile this year has been little short of a horror show, says Jeremy Cowan. Forget Hallowe’en, Wall Street and the blue chip’s partners have been spooked by a nightmare of Kruegeresque proportions – one from which it seems hard to wake.