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RFID: IoT Sensors Technology

RFID: IoT Sensors Technology

Mojix, a specialist in Radio frequency identification (RFID) and sensor technology, has released a new inventory management product called TurboAntenna.

IoT Transportation: Uber SPOT

IoT Transportation: Uber SPOT

In order to make it easier for Uber riders and drivers to find each other, especially after dark, the ride-share company is testing a new technology called SPOT.

Smart Energy Automotive: Electric Vehicle Batteries

Smart Energy Automotive: Electric Vehicle Batteries

Panasonic wants to further expand its relationship with Tesla, with which it is building the so-called ‘Gigafactory’ in Nevada to produce electric vehicle batteries.

IoT: WEF Global Risks 2017 report

IoT: WEF Global Risks 2017 report

The WEF Global Risks 2017 report warns that as a result of disruptive technologies, long-term jobs are being replaced by self-employment in the “gig” economy, leaving individuals to shoulder more responsibility for the costs of unemployment, sickness and old age.

Universal Language for IoT development

Universal Language for IoT development

At CES 2017 the ZigBee Aliance showcased dotdot as a “universal language for IoT” that they say will provide a “path to a unified Internet of Things”.

Digital Factory: Stratasys and Siemens

Digital Factory: Stratasys and Siemens

Stratasys Ltd. and Siemens have announced a formal partnership to integrate Siemens’ Digital Factory solutions with Stratasys’ additive manufacturing solutions.

Submarines with IoT: Internet of Underwater Things

Submarines with IoT: Internet of Underwater Things

Marine archeologists at Archeosub, an Italian have developed an new type of submarine, the “Archeosub”, have embarked on a new project to build a new generation of robotic submarines, or autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs), for marine archaeologists.

IoT Security: SmartTV and Ransomware

IoT Security: SmartTV and Ransomware

Coming soon to a TV near you: ransomware! Darren Cauthon, a software programmer from Olath (KS), recently described on Twitter how malware can affect consumer electronic devices like TV sets.

Smart Home Amazon Echo: Criminal Justice

Smart Home Amazon Echo: Criminal Justice

Amazon’s Echo is a home device that uses a a cloud-service to assist its owner in playing music, for home automatization and for answering all kinds of questions through it’s voice assistant “Alexa” – basically. But it could also help solve murders.

Wearbles VR: Facbook gets into Eytracking

Wearbles VR: Facbook gets into Eytracking

Facebook has acquired The Eye Tribe, maker of the world’s most affordable eyetracker. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed the acquisition but declined to cite the terms of the deal.