by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Nov 10, 2016 | IOT News
Chan Cheow Hoe, Singapore's chief information officer, says Internet of Things technologies are playing a role in most of the city-state's projects regarding transportation, health care and environmental sustainability.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Nov 4, 2016 | IOT News
A flood of security-related news, from zombie light bulbs to new credentialing tools for embedded device makers; Nokia tests NB-IoT; Panasonic, Colo. Department of Transport collaborating on connected car technology; Onyx announces beacon-based asset tracking.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Nov 1, 2016 | News
Donaldson is offering its customers a solution that uses pressure sensors to track the lifespan of filters used in diesel fuel dispensers, with the goal of keeping their operations flowing smoothly.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Oct 25, 2016 | IOT News
Federal Highway Administration grants have funded the use of sensors that turn the agency's fleet of vehicles into mobile weather stations, providing insights into mile-by-mile variations in road conditions.
by Guy Yehiav | Oct 19, 2016 | Expert Views
Prescriptive analytics software can help retailers attain some of the unrealized promises that emerged with passive RFID technology.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Oct 17, 2016 | IOT News
Donaldson is offering its customers a means for remotely tracking the filters' lifespan, with the goal of keeping their operations flowing smoothly.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Oct 6, 2016 | IOT News
Smart glasses seem to be gaining traction in the enterprise, aided by software enabling companies to quickly scale up from pilots to deployments.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Oct 5, 2016 | IOT News
An Irish manufacturer of nutritional supplement and dairy products uses Asavie's technology to add visibility to the beginning and end of its supply chain.
by Bhawna Rath | Sep 28, 2016 | Expert Views
3D-printed graphene batteries and supercapacitors are set to make breakthroughs and power future generations of IoT devices—including vehicles.
by Mary Catherine O\'Connor | Sep 27, 2016 | Editor's Notes
Internet of Things technologies, on their own, will do nothing for the supply chain. But well-trained supply chain professionals could do quite a lot of good with IoT technologies.