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IAR Systems invests in IoT security

IAR Systems invests in IoT security
  IAR Systems has announced an alliance with Secure Thingz to enable more secure, connected devices across their lifecycle. Additionally, IAR Systems announced it is taking an initial ten percent equity stake in the company.
28th April 2017

Cloud-connectable kit offers fast IoT-device development

Cloud-connectable kit offers fast IoT-device development
  The high-connectivity STM32L4 IoT Discovery kit (B-L475E-IOT01A) from STMicroelectronics gives unrivalled flexibility for developers building IoT nodes by supporting multiple low-power wireless standards and Wi-Fi, while integrating a complete collection of motion, gesture, and environmental sensors, unavailable on other kits in the market.
27th April 2017

Standalone network server and IoT gateway suit on-board rail

Standalone network server and IoT gateway suit on-board rail
Kontron has announced the TRACe LoRa-MQTT, a new integrated EN50155 fanless solution-ready platform offering a LoRa local network and transforming messages to Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) streams. Coupled with cloud connectivity services, the Kontron TRACe LoRa-MQTT is an all-in-one secure IoT gateway achieving continuous communications from LoRa-based devices to the Cloud server and enabling secure data collection and remote analysis.
26th April 2017


USB VNA offers 6GHz performance for 40 per cent less

USB VNA offers 6GHz performance for 40 per cent less
There is a new player in the vector network analyser market. Tektronix has entered the fray with the TTR500 Series USB Vector Network Analyser (VNA), and it reckons it has spotted receptive audiences – Internet of Things (IoT) designers and education. “They are not RF specialists, but they do have a need to measure interference,” says Dean Miles EMEA Marketing Manager at Tektronix. “What they don’t want to do is pay the premium for high-end instruments. We are not focusing on the competition in that space.”
25th April 2017

Secure IoT identities

Secure IoT identities
The Internet-of-Things is extremely important today, and security is essential for a smooth running IoT. To achieve this, it is crucial we solve the main challenge of secure identities for constrained IoT devices and find efficient ways to deal with the many identity technologies in use.
25th April 2017

LTE Cat M1 module for Verizon’s 4G LTE network certified

LTE Cat M1 module for Verizon’s 4G LTE network certified
u-blox has announced certification of its SARA-R404M module for Verizon's nationwide Category M1 (Cat M1) LTE network, which will support a broad range of industrial IoT applications. The SARA-R404M module is the smallest Cat M1 module available in the market now, measuring just 16x26mm in an LGA form factor that is designed for easy integration and manufacturing.
25th April 2017

IoT test solution offers offers performance test cases in one box.

IoT test solution offers offers performance test cases in one box.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) takes shape, manufacturers who want to integrate wireless modules into their products now face completely new test requirements. The US's largest wireless network operator is the first network operator to publish specific test plans for IoT integrators, and in response, Rohde & Schwarz announces the availability of its new R&S TS-290 IoT carrier acceptance test system, which is based on these test plans.
24th April 2017

New player enters the IoT malware battlefield

New player enters the IoT malware battlefield
The notorious malware that’s been enslaving IoT devices - Mirai - has competition. A rival piece of programming has been infecting some of the same easy-to-hack Internet of Things (IoT) products, with a resiliency that surpasses Mirai, according to security researchers. “You can almost call it Mirai on steroids,” said Marshal Webb, CTO at BackConnect, a provider of services to protect against Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks. Here Michael Kan, US correspondent, IDG News Service, explains.
21st April 2017

IoT Reference Platform supports Bluetooth 5 standard

IoT Reference Platform supports Bluetooth 5 standard
According to Gartner, the information technology research and advisory company, there will be nearly 21 billion devices on the IoT by 2020. Underpinning this is the emergence of reliable, low power monitoring and data acquisition technology. Abelon Systems has announced the release of its IoT Reference Platform, which supports a wide variety of communications technologies including the new Bluetooth 5 standard, and a range of sensor types. The platform has two main variants; one for tracking mobile assets and the other for data acquisition or monitoring of static assets.
21st April 2017

Latest IoT projects centre stage at London event

Mouser Electronics has teamed up with Hardware Pioneers – a community of over 6000 people building IoT products - to produce and host video coverage of the latest new IoT projects to be discussed at the upcoming Hardware Pioneers event "The Role of Design and UX in IoT Products". The evening conference will be held in London on May 4. Mouser will film individual videos of the best IoT projects .
20th April 2017


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Industry of Things World 2017
18th September 2017
Germany Berlin Congress Center