M2M Zone Newsdesk
The debate about which wireless technology will end up being dominant in the IoT market reached the floors of last week’s Embedded World show in Nuremberg, with most predicting no overall winner in the short term.
The notion of security has to change with the dawn of the IoT, according to Ray Upton, vice president for connected microcontrollers at Texas Instruments, speaking at last week’s Embedded World show in Nuremberg.
At Embedded World, Intel subsidiary Wind River said it was advancing industrial IoT with a software virtualisation platform enabling critical infrastructure companies to evolve aging legacy control systems not previously designed to support the IoT.
Panasonic and distributor Element14 have launched an IoT research project using an infra-red array sensor for people detection applications.
Laird has release an IoT low-power, long-range LoRa gateway so enterprises can deploy IoT networks in practically any geographic location, even where traditional communications infrastructure is unavailable.
Swiss module maker U-Blox has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC) and last week at Embedded World launched two wifi modules for various IoT and industrial markets.
The ski season will soon be coming to a close and winter sports fans are taking to the slopes to make the most of what remains of the snow. Behind the scenes, IoT technology is helping to make the season safer for all concerned.
M2M Zone Newsdesk ArchivesMarch 2017