How IoT will Impact Taxi Industry and Help Them to Even Grow Better

N/A | March 7, 2019

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Artificial intelligence, Internet of Things(IoT), Data analytics, and Machine learning are changing the way everything works in the world. Starting from the healthcare industry to our homes, the above technologies are making ripples. Among these, IoT is the one thing that we can see and feel it. Not to mention, the transport industry including the taxi industry is a big beneficiary of IoT. Since 2016, $80 billion USD has been invested in IoT by the transport segment.

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Article | February 12, 2020

Google announced that together with Amazon and Apple (the big 3 smart home players) they will work on the adoption of a joint wireless IoT standard for the smart home. This new connectivity standard is designed to make it easier for smart home products to work with each other.In the statement, Google said they were “joining Amazon, Apple and others to create Connected Home over IP, a new independent working group managed by the Zigbee Alliance (separate from the existing Zigbee 3.0/Pro protocol). We’re contributing two of our market-tested and open-source smart home technologies, Weave and Thread. Both are built on IP and have been integrated into millions of homes around the world.”

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Lumileds is the global light engine leader, delivering innovative, high-quality and sustainable LEDs and automotive lighting helping enable the inventors of next generation illumination to create truly breakthrough products. Building on 100 years of industry “firsts,” we develop game-changing lighting technologies—while maintaining the end-to-end supply chain our customers have come to rely on. Our LUXEON LEDs deliver unmatched efficacy and incorporate new control options, color changing technology, and convenience. And this innovation extends to our automotive lighting, where we’re dedicated to producing best-in-class lighting solutions that help drivers feel safer on the road—including lamps that never need replacement and bright, clear headlights that improve visibility without blinding other drivers with glare.

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