Powercast is employing its new solution at its own offices to enable individuals to scan and automatically report their temperature before gaining access, while the system tracks their location in key public areas of the building for contact-tracing purposes.
Belgian company Maggy developed the low-power solution for an EU Hackathon and is now selling the solution, leveraging a Silicon Labs SiP, to provide alerting and anonymous contact to help prevent COVID-19 transmission.
STMicroelectronics adds 48-pin package option for its LoRa-enabled SoC; Avnet intros LTE dev kit with Sequans modem for IoT solutions; TAGNOS unveils proximity-monitoring solution; Tektronix offers IoT dashboards for data streaming, visualization.
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum is customizing the experience for each patron based on his or her interests and accessibility needs; the technology provides the additional benefit of a safe opening during the pandemic.
Nothingbutnet is providing a social-distancing-based premium version of its real-time location system for sports, as well as for offices or factories, that leverages Bluetooth Low Energy technology from Quuppa.
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.
After the computer company launched its new Internet of Things services division, COVID-19 posed the first challenge: providing worker-safety solutions that cover everything from safe, hands-free entrance to contact tracing.