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The new acquisition will allow Telit to grow in IoT segments including smart cities, home automation, healthcare and asset management Telit, a global enabler of the internet of things (IoT), …

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As much as one-third of medication is unusable by the time it is supposed to be taken as a result of poor storage of temperature-sensitive medicines due to insufficient supply …

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Needing a solution for critical, cancer treating equipment Varian Medical Systems, a company out of Palo Alto, California, uses intensity modulated radiation therapy and image guided radiation therapy cancer treatment …

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CSL, an “internet of things” and machine-to-machine solutions company with a footprint in the fire and security industry, selected Vodafone to bolster the connectivity of its more than 2,800 alarm …

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Smart hospitals, AT&T and IoT Nadia Morris, head of innovation at the AT&T Connected Health Foundry in Houston, presided over a session titled “Connecting smart hospitals with care at home” …

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Keeping vaccines cold Dulas, a renewable energy provider, sought a machine-to-machine (M2M) solution that would allow it to record and report the temperature inside vaccine refrigerators to prevent the vaccines from losing …

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Insurance companies looking to cut costs, improve business practices and better assess clients’ risk levels, will increasingly invest in the internet of things, according to Business Insider. Some auto and health …

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What is the internet of nanoscale things? Nanoscale technology is enabling the development of devices as small as one to a few hundred nanometers (10^-9 meters). To give a sense …

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IoT health care

Increasing healthcare demands call for a connected solution Sysmex, manufacturer of blood and urinalysis medical equipment, teamed with Thingworx to connect its healthcare products and bring added services to its offerings, …

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Connected healthcare You have probably used them before: the healthcare devices that look like bottomless cup holders you put your arm through to check blood pressure metrics at a pharmacy or …

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