IoT For All Team

IoT For All

IoT For All is an initiative to build a valuable resource for all stakeholders in the IoT industry. Our goal is to bring together the smartest minds in IoT to share knowledge through various forms of content, all aimed at educating the people who are implementing and enabling IoT.

Z-Wave Alliance Brings Together Influencers, Brands + Developers for IoT Ecosystem Summit

The Z-Wave Alliance, a global membership organization dedicated to advancing the popular Z-Wave wireless smart home protocol, will host their Spring Summit on May 9-10, 2019 in Amsterdam and convene members and partners for a series of discussions, panels and workshops on IoT and smart home.

Soracom Announces Inaugural Cohort of its IoT Technology Accelerator Program

Soracom, Inc., a global provider of smart connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced today the first cohort of companies to take part in the IoT Technology Accelerator program announced in December 2018. BeeHero, Lubn, MATRIX Industries, and Sutro Connect, and four other companies still in stealth will receive support through the program, which is designed to speed market entry for early-stage IoT ventures.

Museums Harness the Internet of Things to Protect Their Collections

Swift Sensors, Inc. (www.swiftsensors.com), a supplier of plug-and-play cloud wireless sensors systems for Industrial IoT, now helps museums preserve the past for future generations.

Podcast E025 | Telematics: The Evolution of Connected Vehicles | Hope Bovenzi, GM of Automotive Infotainment at Texas Instruments

On this podcast episode, we learn the history of telematics, the role telematics plays in the evolution of connected vehicles and the up and coming automotive trend of Vehicle to Everything (V2X).

Motus Ventures Targets Artificial Intelligence and Automation with Launch of Smart World Innovation Fund

Motus Ventures announces a partnership with Stanford University and the launch of a new fund targeting automation, AI and robotics companies.“Motus Ventures is a perfect complement to Stanford Digital Cities’ research efforts,” said Michael Steep, Executive Director of Stanford Digital Cities. “The program aims to fundamentally change the way governments and companies think and operate as the world moves toward truly digitized urban centers.

Samsung SDS and Telensa Partner for Smart City Infrastructure and Data Solutions

Samsung SDS and Telensa have announced that they are working together on smart city projects, including smart streetlighting and the Urban Data Project – a cloud platform that creates a trust infrastructure for urban data, that enables cities to collect, protect and use their data for the benefit of all citizens.