IRNAS's NB-IoT and LTE cellular-based device, using a Nordic Semiconductors SiP, captures power surge information and analyzes the data on the edge to enable low-power, wireless transmissions about conditions in the field.
Brands and retailers alike are targeting IoT technologies like RFID to solve the dual challenge of making shopping more convenient for consumers while reducing the environmental impact of their operations.
Asygn's RFID sensor ICs are being deployed or tested not only for hydropower production, but also agriculture and construction, to capture conditions in the field or at production facilities without requiring a battery or wired energy sources.
SweetSense is teaming with LoRa satellite company Swarm to track water usage and conditions for southwestern farmers and communities, to help them understand and manage their use of water in the face of climate change.
A mining company is among the first users of a solution that incorporates Wipelot's ultra-wideband technology into Cisco's indoor and outdoor access points so both technologies can be leveraged in a single deployment.
The company is partnering with Crown Castle to deploy gateways on its cellular towers in order to bring connectivity to 36 major cities, as well as transportation corridors across the country, by the end of 2021.
The impact of digital transformation has less to do with technology and more to do with the people who use it.
SkyLab's Internet of Things system, used throughout the Netherlands and beyond, is now being expanded offshore, with Kerlink's iStation gateways creating open networks for ports and companies.
GS1 in Europe and the LoRa Alliance have announced a liaison to standardize the semantics of tag or sensor identification, making IoT deployments simpler whether involving LoRa only or a hybrid approach with RFID or another technology.
Canadian Natural Resources is using an automated system to track the locations of workers during turnaround processes, after the technology from Connectus and Sewio was previously found to reduce mustering times tenfold.