December 18 is fast approaching, and for commercial drivers, this is an important date. It is the day that the ELD (electronic logging device) rule begins to go into effect, and companies need to understand the mandate and how to comply.
Business models to support the sharing of vehicles, otherwise known as carsharing, have been present in the United States for more than 15 years.
In an effort to help organizations make the most out of their connected devices and systems in 2018, u‑blox, www.u-blox.com, has unveiled its new full Bluetooth 5 compliant NINA-B3 wireless MCU (microcontroller unit) module.
To keep everything in sync, CyanConnode, www.cyanconnode.com, a company working in narrowband radio mesh networks, has unveiled new capabilities for its Omni IoT (Internet of Things) platform.
IoT (Internet of Things) is increasingly becoming an intrinsic part of business. The range of benefits that users are getting from IoT is also widening as adoption increases, according to the fifth annual Vodafone, www.vodafone.com, IoT Barometer Report.
Manufacturers are faced with challenges when designing, building, operating, and servicing smart connected products. A new partnership aims to address this.
As manufacturers are preparing for the future with the assembly of autonomous vehicles for the road, some companies are coming to market with similar vehicles for the factory floor.
Drone usage is on the rise and will only increase. This means that drones need some air traffic control and management for the future. One state is going to pave the way for future initiatives.
With personal security being an underlining concern when it comes to adopting the IoT (Internet of Things) in the home, a new report from Parks Associates, www.parksassociates.com, has pointed the opposite direction, as 50% of U.S. broadband households noted they are open to sharing data and device control for discounts on electricity.
The rise of smart homes is nothing new, but figuring out how to deal with smart-home systems in older homes and ancient grids is a new challenge.
There has been much talk and experimentation with autonomous vehicles and smart cars throughout the past several years, but will humans be taking a backseat to technology faster than expected?
The world’s population is growing, and, as such, more food will need to be produced to feed the expanding population.
As the IoT (Internet of Things) has improved daily lives, perhaps its greatest use has been to save them.
What are companies and consumers really looking for from the IoT (Internet of Things)?
With the help of telematics, tracking a large shipment from across the globe can become a little bit easier.