Internet of Things

Internet of broken things? 10 key facts about IoT

A recent survey shows 64 per cent of organisations have deployed some level of IoT technology, and another 20 per cent plan to do so within the next 12 months. This is an astonishing fact when you consider the lack of basic security on these devices, or any established security standards. Many companies are …

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Newly released mesh network performance results from Silicon Labs clarify IoT connectivity options

Silicon Labshas 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. All testing was conducted at Silicon Labs’ Boston design center using …

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Wi-SUN Alliance announces 60 per cent growth in global membership in 12 months

Wi-SUN Alliance, a global member-based association driving the proliferation of interoperable wireless solutions for use in smart cities, smart utilities and other Internet of Things (IoT) applications, has seen a significant increase in membership by more than 60 per cent in the last year. According to the latest figures, 70 new members, including …

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SAT4M2M and Fujitsu Electronics have decided to cooperate on the development of a dedicated module enabling IoT communications via satellites

The cooperation between the two companies aims at the design, development and production of a new range of IoT LPWA (Low power Wide Area) modules to the booming IoT markets with the following disruptive key features: Communication to Low Earth Orbits (LEO) satellite payloads according to the SAT4M2M developed protocol …

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Rigado to deploy Ubuntu Core on its commercial IoT gateways to ease implementation of secure edge computing applications

The Rigado gateway’s new Ubuntu Core offering provides a platform for the development of sophisticated control, monitoring and tracking applications for use in offices, restaurants and hotels, schools, hospitals and other commercial operations Rigado has announced that it is deploying Canonical’s Ubuntu Core operating system on its Vesta IoT gateways …

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ON Semiconductor expands solutions for industrial IoT, smart home and wearables

ON Semiconductor, driving energy efficient innovations, is helping engineers address a broader range of high growth Internet of Things (IoT) applications through the release of a new multi-sensor shield and expansion of software support for its IoT Development Kit(IDK). With this release, customers can accelerate development timeframes and deploy IoT solutions …

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Manufacturing in a changing world: five changes IoT brings to manufacturing

From soap dispensers to mobile phones, bins to TVs and dog collars to smoke alarms – in today’s world everything is smart. In fact, just this morning I put the heating on without leaving the comfort of my bed. In the consumer world, advanced connectivity and innovations in technology are …

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Nano coating technology splash proofs our IoT future

Ady Moores, CEO of P2i As a consumer of technology, which devices do you currently expect or require to be water resistant? Whilst you may not answer this question with devices such as your laptop or desktop computer, it is more likely that you will add your smartphone into this category. …

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Close to the edge: Brain-inspired technologies will bring data processing and analytics to Internet of Things devices

Leti’s chief scientist presents optimistic vision for neuromorphic hardware and ultra-low-power microdevices that are based on novel emerging technologies  CEA-Leti’s chief scientist today issued a forward-looking call to action for the microelectronics industry to create a radically new, digital-communication architecture for the Internet of Things in which “a great deal …

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