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Paessler launches PRTG Node-RED-Connector and opens a new dimension of monitoring for IoT environments

Paessler AG, the monitoring specialist, announces the launch of PRTG Node-RED-Connector to be presented for the first time at Embedded World Exhibition & Conference 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany on February 25-27. The Node-RED Connector enables PRTG to offer its advanced monitoring capabilities for manufacturing, IIoT and IoT environments.

SIMalliance becomes Trusted Connectivity Alliance as Organization’s Scope and Membership Expand in Line with...

New organisation promotes secure mobile connectivity technologies to facilitate growth of connected objects In line with the continued growth and evolution of the global SIM industry, SIMalliance has opened up its membership beyond traditional SIM vendors in order to extend the scope of its work to address both established and emerging SIM technologies and engage new industry participants. The move has led SIMalliance to change its name to the Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA).
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Swift Sensors Adds Water-Resistant Power Over Ethernet Bridge for Wet and Harsh Environments

Swift Sensors, leading developers of Industrial IoT wireless sensors systems, is excited to announce the release of its new water-resistant Power over Ethernet (PoE) bridge for use in wet and harsh environments.
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Popping the AI and Robotics Hype Bubble

To capitalize on the productivity gains of increased robot use, we need to dispel the myths, mystery and hype surrounding robotics and AI.

WebNMS partners with HMS Networks, to focus on Industrial IoT Solutions

The strategic IIoT partnership of WebNMS and HMS Networks will empower solution providers to deliver value added IIoT solutions for industrial customers

Chainway Launches C66 Mobile Computer with High Extensibility

Chainway, a global provider of data collection products and solutions, recently launched C66, a new industrial-grade handheld computer. With compact and ergonomic design, this device features overall improvement on configuration and capability like larger screen, removable battery and optional UHF.
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Onsite Construction Worker Monitoring With Wearable IoT Devices

Worksite employee tracking solutions can afford construction companies more accurate project timelines and ultimately wider profit margins.
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How Does the Global Availability of IoT Expose New Business Opportunities?

Globally available IoT enables businesses to decrease costs and increase revenue across verticals such as manufacturing and agriculture.
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5 Misconceptions and Facts About IoT in Manufacturing

Some organizations remain confused about how to leverage IoT in their manufacturing processes. This article gives you the facts.

Igniting the Next Industrial Revolution with IoT

As IoT drives the next industrial revolution, say goodbye to downtime. But don't forget about security, which we must reinforce for this pivot to succeed.