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RFID and GPS: Betting on Bats

RFID and GPS: Betting on Bats

Researchers Tel Aviv University’s Bat Lab for Neuro-Ecology is employing RFID and GPS technologies to understand the behavior of bats.

IoT and GPS: Tracking Pets & Property Tracking

IoT and GPS: Tracking Pets & Property Tracking

Trackerando, a GPS tracking solution provider, has chosen Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT for its enhanced tracking services. Trackerando markets GPS tracking solutions for a variety of applications.Trackerando relies on the provision of a high-quality, secure and robust IoT and GPS solution that tracks vehicles, people and assets.

Vodafone UK Launches Signature IoT Tracker

Vodafone UK Launches Signature IoT Tracker

Vodafone UK just expanded its consumer range with an IoT tracker that is designed and manufactured by the company itself. The new multi-purpose tracker marketed by the name „Curve“ can locate valuables like keys, laptops, bags and cars.

Polte and CoreKinect Launch End2End Tracking Solutions

Polte and CoreKinect Launch End2End Tracking Solutions

Polte Corporation and and CoreKinect have announced a partnership deal to launch global-end-end supply chain tracking solutions powered by IoT.

AI and 4K:  A Drone Smarter than the Rest

AI and 4K: A Drone Smarter than the Rest

Manufacturer Skydio wants to produce drones that are useful because they are smart. The US-based company has introduced the Skydio 2 line which combines artificial intelligence AI and a 4K camera that can shoot up to 60 frames per second.

PowerWatch 2: A Smartwatch Powered by Body Heat

PowerWatch 2: A Smartwatch Powered by Body Heat

Normal smartwatches will run out of power eventually – but not this one, claims its maker Matrix Industries, a leading developer of high-efficiency thermoelectric components. The PowerWatch 2 uses the wearer’s body temperature to keep running.

Cybercrime in Space: How Secure Are Satellites?

Cybercrime in Space: How Secure Are Satellites?

Unlike their military counterparts, civilian GNSS systems are vulnerable to jamming and spoofing. Cybercrime in Space must change.

Next-Gen GNSS: Eyes in the Sky

Next-Gen GNSS: Eyes in the Sky

For years, different navigation satellite systems, primarily the United States’ GPS and Russia’s Glonass, have allowed people and organizations to detect their devices and compute locations accurately and securely. However, the more that 5G, automated driving, and smart cities become mainstream, it’s becoming clear that a broader range of location-based applications will need to be supported to meet specific market and individual needs.

IoT in Mining: Deep Connectivity

IoT in Mining: Deep Connectivity

lmost a mile below ground in an iron mine in northern Sweden, human operators control what is going on and plan their attack on valuable seams of iron ore. But unlike the hands-on extraction of decades past, these mining professionals are sitting in an office a thousand kilometers away, relying on IoT sensors, cameras, underground Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks, and a powerful private cloud to guide their blasting and tunneling in real time with IoT in Mining.

Semtech Releases Reference Kit to Simplify Adoption of LoRa-based Asset-Tracking Solutions

Semtech Releases Reference Kit to Simplify Adoption of LoRa-based Asset-Tracking Solutions

Semtech Corporation, supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and algorithms, announced the release of its Asset-Tracking Reference Kit to accelerate the adoption of asset tracking solutions based on LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol, and facilitate the confirmation of the business value of such solutions.