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Wireless sensor hardware and connectivity make IoT easy

Wireless sensor hardware and connectivity make IoT easy
Identified system integrators and services provides have been deemed as having the greatest opportunity of all company types to deploy, use and generate revenue from IoT/M2M applications, according to LPRS CS. They are the feet-on-the-street with first-hand knowledge of the end use requirements, applications and end users and can therefore leverage this technology to the benefit of all.
11th August 2017

IoT tech brings smart metering to rural locations

IoT tech brings smart metering to rural locations
Bordering the western branch of the Tennessee River and often referred to as the gateway to Middle Tennessee is Benton County. Aside from the city of Camden, the only other largely populated areas are the agrarian communities of Big Sandy and Holladay. The county’s electricity requirements are met by Benton County Electric System (BCES), whose 38 employees work to deliver power to more than 10,000 customers. BCES’s philosophy is to offer fair and equitable rates for all.
11th August 2017

Duo provide LPWA technology access in India's smart cities

Duo provide LPWA technology access in India's smart cities
Global provider of wireless and positioning modules and chips, u‑blox, and Atoll Solutions Pvt, an IoT gateway platform, sensor node and wireless module provider, have announced the availability of an IoT starter kit based on LTE Cat M1 and Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT) modules from u‑blox. With an extensive smart city programme already announced, India’s infrastructure is moving towards low-power wide-area (LPWA) technologies to enable smart street lighting and smart metering.
10th August 2017


Ethernet access point copes with harsh environments

Ethernet access point copes with harsh environments
An innovative Industrial Ethernet access point from Phoenix Contact is available at distributor RS Components. Offering quick and easy installation, the new WLAN1100 wireless LAN module is a reliable, rugged and safe device that combines access point and antenna technology in a single unit.
10th August 2017

The key to calculating battery life in the IoT

The key to calculating battery life in the IoT
As Cliff Ortmeyer, Global Head of Solutions Development, Premier Farnell explains, the internet has dramatically changed the way we design most electronic systems, with everything from signage at a bus stop, to complex industrial systems now using connectivity as a key part of their functionality. Perhaps the biggest change, however, is the introduction of sensor systems that collect data and pass the information to the cloud.
9th August 2017

Why the cloud matters for the IoT

Why the cloud matters for the IoT
The cloud is becoming an increasingly important part of the design of a system that connects to the Internet of Things (IoT), as Mark Patrick, Mouser Electronics, explains.
9th August 2017

Adding flexibility to IoT system development

Adding flexibility to IoT system development
John Jones, Director of Innovation at Avnet Silica, discusses some of the challenges and choices in developing systems and applications for the Internet of Things (IoT), and how the Visible Things platform can enable fast and easy development of secure, scalable edge-to-enterprise solutions for a multitude of industrial applications.
9th August 2017

Multi-service gateway explores IIoT technology

Multi-service gateway explores IIoT technology
Provider of embedded systems and IoT solutions, Eurotech, has announced a design win with Galdi, developer and producer of packaging machine for the food market, which chose the Multi-Service IoT Gateway ReliaGATE 10-20 to communicate with its production machines for valuable data collection, management and remote monitoring through Eurotech IoT Integration Platform Everyware Cloud. Galdi, which mostly operates internationally, selected Eurotech gateway because of its globally-compliant WiFi and cellular certifications.
9th August 2017

Kickstarter success transforms IoT sensor node market

Kickstarter success transforms IoT sensor node market
There is an increasing number and variety of IoT devices and forecasts are showing even faster growth in the coming years. Large and small companies are rushing to get their new embedded electronic products on the market. In product development, utilising open-source software projects has been standard procedure for a long time. However, it’s normal to keep the hardware design files secret. Companies with new product ideas must start from scratch instead of building on available technology.
8th August 2017

UK startup hydrates the water industry

UK startup hydrates the water industry
A new player has dived into the water industry. Established in 2017, based in London, Hydrate.Direct employs the latest in Internet of Things (IoT) technology, using a ‘smart button’ that allows customers to order more water at the press of a button. The button – like the Amazon Dash button used by major FMCG companies – is a secure WiFi-connected device that can be set up by the customer in minutes. It is pre-configured to know the customer’s delivery and payment details, and what quantity of bottled water they want with each order.
8th August 2017


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