Disruptive technologies tiny sensors help Ospelt Catering reduce food waste and costs within weeks

Oslo, Norway. 19 July 2022 – Ospelt Catering, a high-end restaurant and catering company based in Liechtenstein, struggled with their fridges and freezers. After investing in a new IoT sensor solution from Disruptive Technologies (DT), they have overcome their challenges and improved their efficiency and reporting with a great ROI in just a few months.

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Preventing obsolescence: Benefits of choosing application-specific integrated circuits for automotive sensors

Demand for semiconductor chips rose 17% from 2019 to 2021, and supply chains are still recovering from the effects of the pandemic. Obsolescence can make sourcing integrated circuit (IC) components even more challenging for manufacturers. Here, Richard Mount, director of Sales at ASIC design and supply company Swindon Silicon Systems, explains how custom ICs can

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IoT sensors: A way of smart automating agriculture

India ranks in second place for farm outputs worldwide, and 42% of Indians are engaged in the agriculture sector. It’s pretty clear that India is a country that is highly dependent on this sector. This, says Ritesh Sutaria, director at Prompt Equipments Pvt Ltd., is a sector that has a big impact on the country’s

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Smart hospitals of tomorrow need smarter software

Smart Healthcare’ may be one of the most exciting and beneficial technologies of our times but IoT is nothing without the right software management tools, says Dan Teare, sector director at mpro5.

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10 key considerations for enterprises before purchasing an IoT sensor

Real-time, technology-driven strategy has become the cornerstone of planning and deploying a successful supply chain, while forecasting potential disruptions for virtually any product category. As the price of sensors has come down over time, says Bryn Lowry, VP of customer success at Cloudleaf, implementing IoT devices has been a massive accelerator for this endeavour.

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Smart city hardware market may top US$1.7trn, reports IDTechEx

Investors SpaceX, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Baidu, Toyota, Tesla, Hyundai, VW, LG, Apple, and Virgin are involved in smart cities in ways you may not expect. Their involvement spans making complete smart cities from scratch to robot shuttles replacing 10 types of vehicle, vertical take-off taxis, Hyperloop, vertical farming, battery elimination, solar and sensor

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LoRAWAN starter kit for agriculture launched with cloud access

A kit usually simplifies a proof of concept, as the time-consuming assembly of individual components is no longer necessary. Here, three Agriculture LoRaWAN kits based on the compact UG85 LoRaWAN Gateway are now extending the portfolio of ICP Germany.

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New HCME Series: Easy to install and a compact design

Supporting the trend towards miniaturisation, HARTING’s new HCME current sensor series can be directly mounted on busbars. This contributes to shorter installation and an easy pre-assembling of power electronics.

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Sixgill joins PTC Partner Network to simplify sensor data handling for industrial IoT innovation

Sixgill®, LLC, a sensor data services provider for governing Internet of Everything (IoE) assets, reports that the company has joined the PTC Partner Network as a Technology Partner making its Sense™ Universal Sensor Data Services platform available on the PTC Marketplace.

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[email protected] creates new standard for Ultra-Low Energy wireless sensor nodes

The new EIT Digital Innovation Activity, [email protected], will create a digital platform solution for approximated embedded computing, that tackles the challenge of short battery lives of smart wireless devices found in many Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems – such as industry and smart cities.

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Selecting the ideal wireless technology for Sensor-to-cloud application development

On demand version The IoT is expected to explode as standards for wireless technologies rev-up specifications and capabilities to address the intense densification expected to happen at the edge of IoT to support large sensor and device swarm networks.  Analysts forecast the largest growth in IoT connections will come from wireless technologies that can scale

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The installed base of wireless IoT devices in agriculture reached 17.0 million in 2016

According to a new research report from the M2M/IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the installed base of wireless IoT devices in agricultural production worldwide reached 17.0 million connections in 2016. The number of wireless connections is forecasted to grow at compound annual growth rate of 10.0% to reach 27.4 million in 2021.

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Scotts Miracle-Gro launches ‘The Connected Yard’ at SXSW

The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, a global provider in the consumer lawn and garden category for almost 150 years, announced its “Connected Yard” platform at the 2016 SXSW Interactive festival.

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Future of Wireless International Conference

Event date: 21-22 June 2016 IET London: Savoy place Future of Wireless International Conference

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Embedded Office supports elobau sensor technology in developing IEC61508-compliant software

For many years, Embedded Office has been a partner of elobau sensor technology, a provider of non-contact sensor technology and operator controls. During the development of a new electronic safety switch (ESS) for the protection of employees in industrial environments, the Wangen-based specialist for safety-critical embedded applications supported Elobau in developing IEC61508-SIL3-compliant software.

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Monnit releases new, value priced International Cellular Gateways for wireless sensors

Monnit Corporation has announced the release of new International M2M cellular gateways for wireless sensors. In order to meet the needs of International customers, Monnit is introducing new, low-cost International cellular gateways. The gateways feature 3G (GSM/UMTS) or 2G (GSM/GPRS) cellular technologies allowing for operation on a majority of the cellular networks.

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