The way IoT and M2M data really works - IoT Innovation Episode 16

| March 1, 2016

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Roaming is not all it needs to be, and the large operators are still making high data very expensive for younger commercial companies, we talk about the way Wireless Logic helps that process and some of the cross border challenges of handover, regulation and service that continue to make IOT and M2M complicated for all concerned.

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Neura enables smarter technology, powered by trust. Bringing context to the Internet of Things, we recognize behavior patterns, create actionable triggers from IoT data and let users enhance their personal technology with those triggers. We help people use data collected by their devices, for purposes that directly benefit them, while safeguarding their personal information. For example, a glucometer that warns you not to exercise because your blood sugar was too low; a car that senses when you’re tired; and a music player that knows when to play your favorite music and when to play the music you listen to with your significant other because they’re with you – those are just a few examples of what Neura can do for its users.

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