FIME’s EMEA laboratory has been accredited by CNA-Paycert in line with the Smart Ticketing Alliance (STA) ticketing scheme to deliver ISO CEN 16794 testing and certification services for analogue and digital RF transit ticketing readers.
According to Statista, there were 453 million connected wearable devices worldwide in 2018, a figure thatis predicted to increase to 593 million this year. While, unsurprisingly, the market is currently dominated by smart watches, you may be surprised at the benefits wearables
The growing importance of Collaborative Working as business discipline is recognised by the publication by ISO Geneva of the International standard for Collaborative Business Relationships in March 2017.
Utimaco has achieved Payment Card Industry PIN Transaction Security Hardware Security Module Version 2 (PCI PTS HSM V2) compliance for uncontrolled environments for its CryptoServer CSe HSM platform from the PCI Standards Security Council,
u-blox, a global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, announced PTCRB certification of its TOBY-R202 and TOBY-R200 LTE Cat 1 modules for T-Mobile‘s US 4G LTE network.
Researchers from Korea’s Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) have developed a high performance processor for autonomous vehicles called Aldebaran.
Increase in productivity and reduction of maintenance costs – these are the main two drivers for companies to use IoT in an industrial setting, as the Industry of Things World Survey Report 2016 found out.
Cumulocity is to assist in the evolution of the lightweight MQTT messaging protocol to improve its applicability for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Typically, it needs two sensor chips today for reliable and precise sensing of the steering torque in an electric power steering system. Thanks to a dual-sensor package innovation of Infineon Technologies AG , it will be only one sensor chip in future. Infineon has introduced two device families of linear Hall sensors and angle sensors that already use the new dual-sensor package.
Jersey City, NJ, USA – ISO has filed its first vehicle telematics-based rating rule in 33 states and received approvals in 19. The optional GeoMetric® rating rule for personal and commercial automobiles uses information collected via telematics to award discounts for vehicles operated in areas safer than where they are garaged.
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