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6/04/2020 - 13:21
Prague, 6 April, 2020 - M2M Communications Holding (M2MC) unveiled the latest version of their innovative prototyping device, PG Board. It is a unique solution designed for the latest generation of Internet of Things networks, called Narrowband (NB-IoT). The new version of the PG Board now includes an improved antenna, a larger button to test the…
6/04/2020 - 10:27
We are pleased to invite you to contribute a paper to our Special Issue "IoT-Enabled Smart Cities" in /Sensors/. Both comprehensive review and original article are welcome.

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 Deadlinefor manuscript submissions: 31 March 2020 30 June 2020 Guest editors: Dr. Luis Sanchez, Dr. Martin Bauer and Dr. JaeSeung…
6/04/2020 - 08:32
The Internet of Things sector is evolving and will greatly impact many industries, particularly health care, supply chain and retail, during the difficult months ahead. As the world adjusts to a new normal, it's clear that the coronavirus will have a far-reaching impact on how we work and live. Technologies that support a contactless connected…
6/04/2020 - 08:30
Sometimes while teaching we become the ones who are taught. From time to time we get reminded of our roots, and in a flash the building blocks of our industry's' composition and structure are laid bare. Therese Sullivan has captured one of those moments during a session, Smart Building Automation Evolution from Ethernet to Emotion at the…
6/04/2020 - 08:24
As people stay home practicing social distancing, we are going through a huge shift in three key areas. Sudha Jamthe of #IoT Council explains: We are redefining mobility now when are asked to stay put. We don't have AVs yet but have telematics in managing fleets, public transport and rerouting of planes etc and data and AI associated with it.…
5/04/2020 - 13:32
The COVID-19 medical and economic crisis is relentless. Every day more people, locations and institutions are impacted. Scientists and other experts are appropriately realistic. Matters are likely to worsen, at least near-term, before we flatten the curve of infection. Our hearts go out to the sick and their families. We send everlasting gratitude…
5/04/2020 - 13:30
Intelligent, Ethernet-based I/O devices flatten the IIoT technology and talent stacks, speeding integration of wired devices to cloud IoT systems. To create an Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), we need ways to connect things (devices or equipment) to other things. Wireless technologies and smart sensors are making it possible to connect…
4/04/2020 - 11:26
The on-demand digital healthcare ecosystem is on the near horizon. It has the potential to extract a wealth of information from “big data” collected at the population level, to enhance preventive and precision medicine at the patient level. This may improve efficiency and quality while decreasing cost of healthcare delivered by professionals.…
4/04/2020 - 10:48
The Internet of Things has long been touted as the definitive Phase Two of the Internet, and now the Age of Coronavirus is accelerating the frequency and intensity of discussion about the rapid adoption that’s to come. Anyone who’s anyone in tech is seeking a way through the IoT’s Wild West to grab their spot in this virtual gold rush.…
4/04/2020 - 09:46
Since 2010, April 9 has been celebrated as IoT Day. Let's gather virtually and take the opportunity to re-connect and check in on each other. Many of us miss the in-person interaction and are passionate about IoT, so we'll be kicking off via zoom with a group hello, a quick brainstorming of IoT solutions and resources for today's pressing needs,…
4/04/2020 - 09:40
Fighting COVID-19 with Digital Twins With COVID-19 sweeping the globe, knowledge is our best weapon in fighting this pandemic and associated economic collapse. Digital Twin technology is perfectly suited to represent people who have symptoms, are infected, or have recovered with antibodies. This capability can also aid in identifying people an…
3/04/2020 - 13:33
"Managing Supply in Times in the COVID-19" Challenges to dealing with complex supply chains in the COVID and how IoT can help. TBC  Wael El Rafai Hitachi Ventara Tom de Block Nearcom Jonathan Matthews Rolls-Royce Moderating: Tanya Suarez We aim to strengthen the dialogue and interaction among Internet of Things (IoT) players in Europe, and…
3/04/2020 - 13:08
The coronavirus outbreak is a global crisis that is impacting nearly every facet of life, perhaps none more than the medical field. As brave health care workers treat patients globally, telemedicine is being pushed to the forefront as patients stay at home to prevent further spread, and smart thermometers and heat sensors are being deployed to…
3/04/2020 - 08:21
SECURING CITIES IN THE CYBER AGE Mike Nelson, VP of IoT Security, DigiCert A recent Freedom of Information request has revealed that London's world-famous tourist attractions, such as the National History Museum, Kew Gardens and the Tate art galleries have been attacked over 109 million times in the last few years.   In America…
3/04/2020 - 08:18
To help combat the coronavirus, the association is promoting the manufacture of shield masks among its members, to be provided to health professionals free of charge. By Edson Perin Tags: Health Care, Innovation, RFID Channel "Save lives." This has probably been the most pronounced phrase in every corner of the planet lately, in the…