Browan, Actility collaborate on LoRaWAN solutions; Industry IoT Consortium updates security framework; ScaleOut Software adds Google Cloud support; Nexite expands its connected retail platform; Pasternack introduces UWB bias tees.
The company's new product is designed to help businesses accelerate digital transformations and migrate high-performance workloads to the cloud.
STMicroelectronics designs MEMS pressure sensor for IIoT; Energous IoT power transmitter doubles energizing capability; KP Performance offers IoT multiband combination antennas; Estone Technology releases embedded board for IoT; PerfTech intros wired smart-home router; Kinexon, SAP partner on IIoT solutions; XO2Tech unveils RFID-ready AI healthcare-monitoring solution.
An Avnet Abacus analysis reveals investments in Industrial IoT companies more than doubled in 2022, with acquisitions reaching an all-time peak.
NXP adds NFC to secure element for Matter devices; STAR Systems receives patent for antenna design; TSC Printronix print engine offers RFID encoding; Sierra Wireless unveils IoT module with Sony chipset; Renesas, AMD collaborate on RF front-end solution; ScaleOut Software adds simulation to digital twin service; Industry IoT Consortium publishes new white paper; KnarrTek white papers discuss ERP, RFID data capture.
NXP adds secure wireless MCUs to IoT portfolio; XO2Tech unveils new RFID products; Telenor IoT, Omdia issue report on APAC adoption; Itron upgrades Florida infrastructure with IoT tech; Loriot updates network management system for IoT.
As the world becomes more digitally connected, manufacturing companies are making the shift beneficial to economies, communities and consumers.
Intent Technologies, Nexity Group integrate Semtech LoRaWAN tech; ScaleOut Software upgrades digital twin service; Seagull Scientific app receives Zebra validation; Beontag acquires adhesive company Technicote; Belden funds Litmus Industrial IoT edge platform; RAIN Alliance names new leadership.
Utilities are on a journey toward a fully automated metering system for electricity, with water and gas following behind, as systems evolve from manual meter checking to automated, two-way networks.
Omni-ID's five new products are battery-free labels with sensors and UHF functionality to transmit data, such as temperature or moisture presence, to an RFID reader for use in the cold supply chain, at data centers or during construction.