Start-ups

PLK Selects IoT Module

London-based Telit, www.telit.com, a global enabler of the IoT (Internet of Things), announced that Seoul, Korea-based PLK Technology (PLK), www.plk.co.kr, has selected Telit’s SL869-V2 GNSS (global navigation satellite system) IoT module to deliver positioning functionality for Optian, a new product combining the features of an ADAS (advanced driver assistant system) and a high-end automotive black box.

By | 5/6/2016|

Smart Retail Solution Eases Inventory Management

The IoT (Internet of Things) is becoming increasingly important in the retail space because the technology can not only improve the customer experience by making inventory more available and accurate, it can also directly impact retail profitability by reducing shrinkage—inventory loss due to theft or mishandling.

By | 2/10/2016|

UIEvolution Drives Forward in 2016

From the 2016 CES in Las Vegas, UIEvolution, www.uievolution.com, a vertical cloud SaaS (software-as-a-service) provider that specializes in scalable connected device software and solutions, has made several announcements advancing its position in the connected-car space.

By | 1/19/2016|

Grant for Study of Millimeter Wave Networks

The National Science Foundation, NSF, www.nsf.gov, has awarded a four-year, $750,000 grant to NYU WIRELESS, nyuwireless.co/, and the NYU Stern School of Business, www.stern.nyu.edu, to evaluate the engineering and economic aspects of millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum and resource management.

By | 11/23/2015|

AIS Offers HMI Solutions for Manufacturers

New solutions from AIS (American Industrial Systems), www.aispro.com, a provider of industrial computing solutions enabling M2M, the IoT (Internet of Things), and the IIoT (Industrial IoT), offer flexible HMI (human-machine interface) solutions for discrete manufacturing in industries such as automotive and electronics.

By | 11/23/2015|

Smart-Street Lighting Spreads to Halifax

Smart streetlight deployment from Silver Spring Networks, www.silverspringnet.com, are expected to improve public safety, increase energy conservation, control costs, and establish a smart-city platform. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada will receive LED (light-emitting diode) solutions.

By | 11/12/2015|