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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.
This is a step-by-step of how I built an IoT smart water meter using Raspberry Pi, the Microsoft Azure Anomaly Detector API, Soracom Beam and a Soracom IoT SIM card. I've included screenshots and code snippets that I used, along with reasoning why I chose Soracom and how hobbyists could further develop this project.
Ingram Micro Strikes Strategic Alliance with CoreKinect to Empower Channel Partners to Customize IoT...
Ingram Micro Inc., today announced a go-to-market relationship with CoreKinect, a leader in scalable hardware design and manufacturing. As part of the new alliance Ingram Micro is now able to offer custom IoT sensors that deliver unprecedented scale to its channel partners across the U.S.
5G and IoT could bring major changes to soccer over the coming years. Could this summer be the last time we experience soccer as we know it?
Every year, manufacturers of all kinds lose billions of dollars because of unplanned downtime. Through the Industrial IoT (IIoT), a sensor-driven network of connected devices, facility and production managers can gain more insight into unplanned downtime warning signs and ultimately save their companies a lot of money and headaches.
By evaluating an IoT system in the right light, you can better design the optimal pricing structure.
MultiTech is announcing that its IoT gateway, the MultiConnect® Conduit® IP67 Base Station, is being used by Yokogawa in its Sushi Sensor, recently launched in Europe. Yokogawa’s new LoRaWAN compliant solution was developed for deployment within industrial plants; covers vast areas; has environmental resistance features to support heavy-duty use; and works in combination with advanced analytics such as AI and machine learning in a cloud environment.
The inherent latency of cloud is no longer cutting it when it comes to fully appreciating the benefits of digital transformation. Edge computing is here to solve that problem, and by mitigating the latency associated with cloud, it ensures that the latest IoT developments are available to businesses across every industry.
The construction industry is sluggish when it comes to embracing new ideas and technologies. One of the areas where IoT is making an impact is in the curing of concrete. Companies that are adopting technology are witnessing significant improvements in productivity, efficiency, safety, and convenience.
Currently, there is no standardized mechanism by which to determine dependencies in an IoT system. This article explores some example cases in which IoT sensors with this utility would be useful.