Triax Technologies, Inc., a provider of wearable technology for construction site connectivity, has launched its spot-r networked technology, designed to provide real-time, data-driven visibility into the challenging construction site environment.
The outcome economy is based on the outcomes, the results of products or services that are marketed to customers, rather than that of their face value. It represents a significant shift from competing through selling products and services, to competing on the delivery of measurable results that are important to the customer.
The Stockholm hardware hub THINGS was established 2015 to gather the most talented start-ups in the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, sensors, automation, robotics and 3D printing/scanning/
Connected safety and security systems and devices with remote monitoring capabilities are expanding their share of the global smart home market. A survey in the UK in July 2015 identified security as the second most important of five key drivers for the connected home, after smart energy. The BI Intelligence research company estimates that by 2019 home security systems will account for 38% [...]
The NCG-1-AL-UHV position sensors from Queensgate, based upon advanced proprietary capacitive technology, are now the longest range devices in the company’s portfolio. Their measurements can span across 11,000µm.
Smart Parking has concluded negotiations with Wellington City Council and has been awarded the $1.4 million 5 year contract for the provision of 3,000 parking sensors in the Wellington CBD street parking areas.
There is a technological tsunami heading straight to the centre of the mobile telecoms world. IoT promises a deluge of connected “things”, from smart water meters and remote perimeter access control systems to traffic congestion monitors and the intelligent home.
Symbisa, created by Hanhaa, is a multifunctional Internet of Things (IoT) device with five built-in sensors that make an endless combination of monitoring options possible.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about sensors and the data that sensors produce. It’s less about the physical things that have a functional purpose, and it’s more about what becomes possible with the data that is produced by the sensors in those things. This is especially true when you combine the sensor data from one thing with sensor data from other things, such as combining a [...]
The building construction industry is an industry with long planning horizons, long execution cycles and a business model which rewards, with reason, a very low risk appetite. Timely delivery of a multi-year project to specification and on budget is what counts. Everything else is subservient, says Anton Hofland of 2024Sight, Inc.
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