The positive impact of smart city technologies on economic development could see cities locking in incremental growth of over 5% and driving more than $20 trillion (€16.21 trillion) in additional economic benefits over the coming decade. These are the findings of a new whitepaper by ABI Research
CEVA, Inc., the licensor of signal processing IP for smarter, connected devices, announced that it has completed qualification testing of its Bluetooth 5 Low Energy (LE) IP, including all the new optional Bluetooth 5 features using the recognised Ellisys Bluetooth Qualifier (EBQ™) Compliance Tester.
CIOs developing IoT strategies might take note of a particular section of Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends of 2018, says Clare Grant, general manager at Red Hat Mobile, where it describes the emergence of the intelligent digital mesh:
Particle announced it has secured $20 Million in Series B funding to bring its world-class IoT solutions to Enterprise companies. The round was led by Spark Capital, with participation from Qualcomm Ventures and Particle’s previous investors.
ETSI, GlobalPlatform and the NFC Forum detailed a standardised approach to implementing and managing NFC services across all technologies and platforms. The shared work initiative explains how to ensure that NFC services successfully coexist within a device and operate as intended.
The IoT offers such a wealth of opportunity that you need the courage to work with others in order to move faster, argues one of the industry’s leading lights, Drew Johnson, vice president of engineering at California-based service provider Aeris. Report by Nick Booth, freelance IT & communications writer.
There have been several predictions about the increasing number of connected devices but, regardless of the disparity, it’s clear the move is towards fully connected contexts.
Enterprise and industrial organisations in a wide range of sectors are increasingly turning to wearable devices as an extension of their technology toolkits. Pioneering companies across a number of industries have found that wearables including smart watches, fitness trackers, and smart glasses can provide meaningful advantages in terms of productivity, efficiency, and cost savings.
Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced new deviceWISE developer kits for the TI LaunchPad, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and Android, popular platforms in the IoT developer and maker communities.
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