Thread 1.3.0 is designed to simplify R&D and investments for IoT device manufacturers, as well as improve the user experience.
Smart sensors can ensure that every device in your home is connected, compliant and top-performing.
Nedap creates secure RFID checkout tech for retailers; Ecom Instruments offers smart devices for oil and gas workers; Wonder Robotics launches smart autonomous drone solution; Samsung Electronics IoT platform helps users find lost devices.
The Internet of Things has brought about a paradigm shift in the industry.
A Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry project, using Wiliot battery-free BLE sensors, is testing the viability of letting consumers track food freshness and volume in fridges via an app.
Consumers have a growing expectation for smart-home devices, which differentiate with modern lifestyle marketing and practical benefits.
Clothing retailer Charanga deploys Nedap RFID platform; TSC Printronix Auto ID intros mobile RFID printer; Arm adds processors to its IoT product portfolio; Vubiq Networks awarded RFID technology patent; Memfault, Dimension Four partner on IoT smart devices.
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.
A recent article published at Medium.com explains why RFID-based smart guns could significantly reduce gun deaths in the United States.
Zebra Technologies to acquire machine-vision firm Matrox Imaging; Qualcomm intros smart camera IoT solution; Kerlink, VIoT Group deploy LoRaWAN, Helium blockchain in Vietnam; ACTIA, Webbing partner on global data connectivity; Foundries.io, Arduino offer embedded Linux IoT edge solutions; STMicroelectronics amplifier enables smart features, wireless connectivity.