With the right use and research, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things could create a safer world for us all.
EM Microelectronic announces RFID solution for wireless sensing; Confidex offers on-metal RFID labels; Vizinex RFID intros flexible asset-tracking tags; Pod Group launches self-service IoT connectivity platform; STMicroelectronics adds software pack for industrial condition monitoring; the Industrial Internet Consortium publishes IIoT white paper on distributed ledgers.
Real-estate company QuadReal is deploying a wireless intelligence system provided by Andorix, using BehrTech's Internet of Things technology, to capture and manage data about traffic movement, physical distancing and air quality.
The company has also introduced a new discovery kit and expansion software, and it has acquired UWB firm BeSpoon and the cellular IoT connectivity assets of Riot Micro.
NXP offers edge-connected platforms for IoT product development; Bosch Sensortec launches longevity program for IoT applications; IoT company Altair Semiconductor renamed Sony Semiconductor Israel; UWB RTLS provider Sewio opens U.S. office; Avnet intros single-board computer to foster IoT project development; Fact.MR predicts dual-interface smart-card market growth.
Microshare has partnered with Kerlink to use its Wanesy Wave anchors with Microshare's own software so that employees wearing beaconing bracelets can collect data about their contacts and locations while they work, providing contract tracing if an infection is detected.
The standard, developed by the Object Management Group, is intended to reduce the complexity of interpreting sensor data, the organization reports.
Murata, VitaNet unveil Bluetooth module for IoT devices; HID Global secures university student IDs; SWAN Forum, LoRa Alliance drive network coverage, IoT adoption in water sector; GTTFP Holdings, ThermBot intro smart temperature reader; A2B Tracking updates RFID software; Kerlink, GISupply partner on LoRa-based IoT solutions for health, smart agriculture; ABB adds IoT company Accenture as digital development partner.
Combining big-data insights with 3D digital models can enable manufacturers to focus on important data and improve decision-making throughout their operations.
Subsea 7 is returning its workers to the office with an Internet of Things solution from Empathic Building that displays where desks have been assigned, presents safety guidelines and displays real-time data regarding cafeteria occupancy.