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The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and Panasonic of North America have signed a deal to develop an advanced transportation data network, the vendor said in a release. This network …

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smart factory

Japanese tech giant Panasonic has announced its plans to ramp up its smart factory solutions business in India. The company said in a release that it has integrated its welding …

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Japanese firms Panasonic and Toyota have agreed to form a new smart cities joint-venture that combines the former’s expertise in the home gadgetry market and the latter’s work in the …

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smart city colorado springs

The Japanese company is also working on a smart city initiative in Denver Panasonic Corporation of North America is currently collaborating with the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Colorado …

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panasonic autonomous cars

The Japanese firm said the system detects and prevents cyber attacks in connected and autonomous cars Panasonic Corporation announced the development of an automotive intrusion detection and prevention systems to …

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5G manufacturing

Based on Verizon’s annual “State of the Market: Internet of Things 2017” report, the manufacturing sector is leading the way in adoption of internet of things technologies with an 84% …

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smart cities transportation

Under the new partnership, both firms will bring advanced IoT solutions to smart cities in the country Panasonic Corporation of North America and TransitScreen have signed a strategic alliance to …

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The new offering will target the European B2B tracking market French company Groupe Traqueur, a provider of anti-theft devices for the automotive industry has signed a deal with compatriot IoT …

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Panasonic Avionics selected Ericsson to provide industrial connectivity Ericsson was selected by Panasonic Avionics, a subsidiary of Panasonic, to handle connectivity services to the aviation, maritime and mining markets. Under …

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stretchable circuits

New fast, stretchable circuits that adhere to the skin like tattoos may revolutionize the IoT, not least biomedical applications. Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW–Madison) have created what they claim …

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