STMicroelectronics boosts performance of its NFC tag ICs; STAR Systems International unveils antenna for smart-city initiatives; Semtech, Ryoden, Renesas partner on zero-carbon asset-management system; Truphone, Sony, Kigen collaborate on IoT deployments; Allot smart-home survey shows consumer cybersecurity concerns; Single Pair Ethernet associations form partnership.
The Slovakian capitol city is in the process of tagging 85,000 bins with passive RFID tags to automatically identify each pickup event, with ultrasound waste-level sensors to follow, in an effort to optimize routes, reduce trash and improve efficiency.
Bluetooth Low Energy and cellular IoT-powered micromobility solutions are enhancing post-pandemic citywide transport
Four centers in the nation's capital city are deploying a solution from EyeLock to enable the secure detection of individuals' iris measurements via Bluetooth Low Energy, eliminating the need to store personal biometrics in a database.
SenRa has built an Internet of Things network and provides deployments in 74 cities throughout the country, with plans to build out across all other major cities and into second- and third-tier cities and villages, for solutions ranging from utility meters to transportation and environmental condition monitoring.
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.
Powered by thousands of individual hotspots providing Internet of Things coverage and mining HNT Token cryptocurrency, the indoor and outdoor gateways support a peer-to-peer wireless network based on the LoRaWAN protocol.
An ESI ThoughtLab report on sustainable development goals in 167 cities, representing nearly 7 percent of the world's population, found that the coronavirus has accelerated technology growth worldwide as planners, administrators and businesses consider the post-pandemic realities of urban centers.
Without a reliable, scalable and flexible power solution for the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence cannot deliver on its full potential.
Safehub has released the latest version of its Yure structural-integrity solution, with the goal of making it affordable for nearly every building within a given zone to track conditions both during and after quakes.