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IoT solution: Giants work “better together”

IoT solution: Giants work “better together”

Microsoft and C3 IoT have announced a “better together” IoT solution and go-to-market initiatives in order to speed up the application development of enterprise AI and IoT.

Microsoft invests 5 billion in the Internet of Things

Microsoft invests 5 billion in the Internet of Things

Microsoft just announced that they will invest $5 billion in the Internet of Things over the next four years. The company claims that it wants to give every customer the ability to transform their businesses with connected solutions.

Robot 2020: Join the Conversation

Robot 2020: Join the Conversation

Robots have hands and feet, arms and legs, a torso of some sort or another, and a kind of head sitting on top, maybe with bulging, fly-like faceted eyes, or camera lenses that stare back at its human master. If that’s what you think robots of the future will look like, think again. Chances are robots in 2020
and beyond will look more like a can of sardines.

IoT Interface Design: The Voices of…

IoT Interface Design: The Voices of…

Voice is the next big platform and it may very well deliver the smart home hub everyone is waiting for. How does this new interface model fit in with the rest of the digital world? And what does the voice market look like today?

IoT Cloud: A History Lesson from Honeywell

IoT Cloud: A History Lesson from Honeywell

IoT Cloud: Cloud Historian is built on the Honeywell Sentience Cloud Platform, which provides a standard platform for Honeywell applications and a common platform.

Cubic Telecom delivers global Location-Based Services to Automotive OEMs

Cubic Telecom delivers global Location-Based Services to Automotive OEMs

Cubic Telecom announced at AutoMobility that it will use Azure Location Based Services to deliver location capabilities to car manufacturers worldwide.

IOT Platform: Store tracking for the masses

IOT Platform: Store tracking for the masses

Radio frequency identification and sensor technology company Mojix has released a new set of products aimed at providing hands-free, item-level tracking for retailers and brands.

Interview: Tom O’Reilly about IoT at Microsoft

Interview: Tom O’Reilly about IoT at Microsoft

Smart Industry talked to Tom O’Reilly – General Manager, Global Channel Sales & Marketing, IoT Device Experience

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.

Microsoft: Connected Car and Maps

Microsoft: Connected Car and Maps

Microsoft has joined web mapping companies TomTom, HERE, and the geographic information system provider Esri as part of its ambitious plan to become a leading supplier in the autonomous and connected car market.