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Wireless lighting controls installed 70% faster than wired systems

Wireless lighting controls installed 70% faster than wired systems
The wireless lighting control system which makes it easier than ever to bring energy-savings and comfort into new and existing commercial buildings has just been launched by Lutron Electronics, as Vive wireless lighting control system. Vive is easy to design, simple to install, and extremely flexible, easily adapting to the changing needs of a building over time. It is suitable for all sizes of commercial office spaces, primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities with options that specifically suit the unique needs of each different space type, with scalable solutions that offer the right level of control to meet each tenant’s specific needs.
22nd October 2018

Connected padlock protects goods in transit

Connected padlock protects goods in transit
Wireless communication technologies provider, u-blox, has announced its collaboration with India-based Play Inc, on a connected GPS padlock for industrial applications. The lock, which doubles as a location tracker, features a u blox M8 GNSS receiver, MAX-M8Q, and uses the u blox CellLocate service to extend positioning to indoor locations. 
10th October 2018

Improved home connectivity with hybrid mesh powerline router

Improved home connectivity with hybrid mesh powerline router
Through walls of its new Deco p7 router, TP-Link can now ensure whole-home connectivity. According to the company, the IFTTT-enabled Deco P7 is the world’s most powerful hybrid mesh and powerline system, which delivers ultra fast, secure and stable WiFi coverage. Integrating powerline technology, the Deco P7 uses the home’s electrical wiring to create stronger connections between Deco units. WiFi integrated by powerline acts as link aggregation and boosts bandwidth effectively.
4th October 2018


Broad portfolio of true WiFi 6 solutions

Broad portfolio of true WiFi 6 solutions
Fully compliant 802.11ax products, which will be branded WiFi 6 as introduced earlier by WiFi Alliance, have been announced by Marvell. The 802.11ax standard improves reliability and performance for the upload and download of data, especially in ever-increasing user dense environments such as the workplace, home and automobile.
4th October 2018

I/O and serial data via a wireless interface

I/O and serial data via a wireless interface
The proprietary Radioline wireless system from Phoenix Contact is now able to transmit I/O signals and serial modbus/RTU data in parallel. Devices with firmware 1.80 or higher support dual mode PLC/modbus RTU, while any older devices can be updated via the PSI-CONF 2.50 software free of charge.
27th September 2018

Transmitter charges multiple devices wirelessly over long range

Transmitter charges multiple devices wirelessly over long range
  Multiple consumer devices can be charged wirelessly using the PowerSpot transmitter from Powercast. The transmitter can automatically charge up to 30 PowerSpot-enabled devices and at a range of up to 24m (80 feet)
26th September 2018

Partnership for wireless bin sensing for smart cities

Partnership for wireless bin sensing for smart cities
Smart street lighting and smart city applications provider, Telensa, has announced that it is working with FarSite Communications to integrate its wireless bin monitoring into the Telensa smart city dashboard. By deploying FarSite wireless netBin sensors, local authorities and their contractor partners can get an instant snapshot of the performance of their waste operations.
26th September 2018

Smart Home market will hit $15.75bn by 2023

Smart Home market will hit $15.75bn by 2023
It has been predicted by Riot, the service of Rethink Technology Research, a research and analyst company focusing on IoT, video and wireless, that the revenues of smart home as a service will rise to $15.75bn by 2023. The study is entitled ‘Smart Home as a Service – Awakened from Sleep by a Deep Voice - Forecast to 2023’.
24th September 2018

Location tracker helps groups stick together anywhere

Location tracker helps groups stick together anywhere
A tracking device that lets groups of users locate each other has been developed by u-blox and LynQ. The company, LynQ, which surpassed its fundraising target on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform, raising over $1.5m, is now on pre-sale. Featured in the device is the u-blox CAM-M8Q GNSS receiver. It is a GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou positioning module with an embedded antenna. With its slim size of 9.6x14x1.95mm, it is easy to integrate it into handheld devices.
20th September 2018

IT infrastructure update to enable automation

IT infrastructure update to enable automation
  Proact extends its commitment to software company Symbrio by transforming its IT infrastructure with a Proact Hybrid Cloud solution. This platform provides a flexible cloud environment to support Symbrio’s development team for the foreseeable future.
19th September 2018


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