At next week's conference in Las Vegas, Wiliot will help technologists and businesspeople put their hands on BLE sensor technology so they can start building systems to solve problems.
Energous is selling its kit with Atmosic's BLE system-on-chip, enabling users to build solutions that leverage wireless charging at up to a 13-meter distance for IoT solutions ranging from factory condition monitoring to in-store electronic shelf labeling.
NXP's NTAG 22x DNA family of NFC tag ICs leverage conductive and capacitive sensing to detect when a product has been opened, while providing moisture, pressure or fill-level sensing.
Ontex's smart diaper solution uses LoRaWAN connectivity with Semtech's ICs, printed sensor electronics built into each diaper, and software and an app to track the status of patients' hygiene at care facilities or hospitals.
The company's device-to-cloud geolocation platform enables satellite-based networks for supply chain management and logistics.
A custom-designed IoT solution is providing government agencies and water-science specialists with access to continuous data about key water-quality parameters.
Swinburne University, Optus Enterprise Mobility and Brimbank City Council will track conditions around collection vehicles throughout Victoria, Australia, and identify issues to address, including broken signs, damaged shelters and trash.
The college is in the second phase of research into Near Field Communication tags that could capture pollution and weather data in the atmosphere when dropped from an aircraft, then transmit that information via a drone.
The company's software is designed to reduce downtime and material costs, improve quality, and provide insights into machine and human productivity.
The Industry IoT Consortium is targeting the business and technology side of company decision making for the successful rollout of artificial-intelligence systems that manage IoT-based data—from comparing the operation of different factories to analyzing data from each sensor-based component.