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Companies are developing solutions that could integrate a variety of Internet of Things applications at the edge, using NXP's i.MX 95 to enable intelligent automobiles, healthcare asset management and smart shopping.
Mobile personal emergency response systems can protect home health workers, teachers and other isolated employees.
Companies can follow a few steps, starting with identifying challenges to overcome, to adopt the right solution and ensure it operates as expected.
As the world becomes more digitally connected, manufacturing companies are making the shift beneficial to economies, communities and consumers.
The WattUp PowerBridge, part of the company's ecosystem of IoT wireless power transfer technologies, has been granted approval for unlimited distance transmission.
A product from Renesas Electronics is being built into devices requiring LPWAN-based connectivity across global locations so they can provide wireless coverage in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
iDTronic intros industrial handheld RFID reader for access control; STMicroelectronics receives EMVCo certification for payment platform; CAEN RFID expands reader module family; Sony Semiconductor Israel launches cellular IoT chipset.
Confidex and Arizon RFID are the first companies to announce new tags leveraging the high memory and performance features of the M780 and M781 chips to enable tag reads in the automotive, food, pharmaceutical and industrial markets.
IT company Takumi Shoji is teaming with Kerlink to offer end-to-end IoT solutions for applications ranging from industrial and smart-city monitoring to tracking landslides and preventing bear attacks.