Leedarson IoT Technology Inc, a ODM partner for developing IoT products and the manufacturer behind many of most well-known tech brands, announced John E. Osborne II, general manager of Leedarson, is transitioning from his long-held, high-profile role within the Zigbee Alliance.
In the first part, we discussed the purpose of the asset tracking system. In this part Ankur Gohel, IoT expert, Volansys Technologies is going to get in the details of the wireless protocol getting selected to create the Asset Tracking solution with the impacting parameters on selection. We will also talk about widely used industry applications and how it benefits the industry.
The purpose of the asset tracking system is to improve workflows, reduce inventory loss, and introduce process optimisation to improve overall operational efficiency and productivity.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is an intelligent technology between the real and the digital world. It is a system of interconnected devices which have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network beyond manual interference.
Spoiler: GSM networks will slowly replace Wi-Fi. I have personal experience of living in one of the most modern smart homes, says Ruslan Vinahradau, CEO of Zorachka Inc., or more accurately ‘smart apartment’, in which there are more than 60 devices for controlling lighting, heated floors, locks, air conditioning and more.
Qorvo, a provider of RF solutions that connect the world, and Leedarson, a lighting and IoT solutions company, have partnered to create a family of smart home lighting products.
Hubitat, Inc. has just unveiled the home automation platform designed to run 100% locally, greatly improving reliability compared to the cloud-dependent hubs currently on the market. The local approach to home automation also delivers faster device response and keeps personal data secure.
Huawei and Beckhoff Automation GmbH & Co. KG demonstrated a key 5G technology for enabling the factory of tomorrow: the wireless Programmable Logic Controller (PLC). During the successful proof-of-concept trial at HANNOVER MESSE,
Silicon Labs and Sigma Designs, Inc. announced the completion of Silicon Labs’ acquisition of Sigma Designs’ Z-Wave business, including a team of approximately 100 employees, for $240 million (€194.47 million) in an all-cash transaction. Z-Wave is a leading mesh networking technology for the smart home.
Silicon Labs has released the industry’s first comprehensive network performance results based on large-scale, multicast testing of Zigbee®, Thread and Bluetooth® mesh software. Each mesh networking protocol presents unique characteristics and advantages, depending on the use case and end application.
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