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Sometimes IoT technologies work better in concert. The standard model for IoT networks to combine two or more different connectivity technologies is when short-range wireless protocols are used in the …

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Short-range wireless technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), notably, are suited for widespread sensor networks for monitoring all sorts of processes. The chips are cheap and robust, their battery …

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Japanese fire truck manufacturer Morita Group has deployed a Bluetooth-based IoT solution at a 57,000-square metre factory in Osaka, in Japan, to track the location and status of trucks as …

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The trade groups representing Bluetooth technology and the DALI smart-lighting interface are working together to promote their technologies as complementary IoT standards for commercial indoor lighting systems. The Bluetooth Special …

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The developer community working with LoRa-based IoT solutions took stock of Semtech’s new LR1110 module at a virtual meet-up last month, and declared it a “pretty unique piece of silicon”. …

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Amsterdam-based Ingy has confirmed it is using wireless mesh protocol Wirepas as the foundational technology for its smart lighting offer, and the key component to scale smart lighting for hundreds …

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AUSTIN, Texas–Smart city deployments come in many forms with one of the most simple methods of imbuing a physical object with connectivity and interactive access being a contactless beacon. Connecthings, …

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Mobile network and LPWAN infrastructure operators expect to play a major role in tomorrow’s “smart cities,” and they are learning that their networks can be even more effective when paired …

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The Bluetooth Special Interest Group is going directly after the “internet of things” market with this week’s release of Bluetooth 5, the newest version of the now ubiquitous wireless technology …

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Bastille, an enterprise IoT security company, announced the availability of its new service to protect internet of things enterprises from information and security threats. Bastille’s solution uses software-defined radio sensors backed …

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