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D & A medical group is since 2000 active in the Dutch healthcare ICT. In our existence we have more than 250 consulting projects, information programs and implementation projects supervised. With the majority of our current customers, we have a long-term relationship. D & A guides its clients' execution strategy; We cover the entire spectrum of strategic visioning to supporting implementation. In every part of our service we monitor the connection between the organization's policy and its impact on work processes and employees.

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ITA SUMMIT AND THE GAME-CHANGER THAT IS THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Chicago Tribune Media Group | November 10, 2015

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The two years ago the Illinois Technology Association thought it might be a good idea to get some experts together so its members could learn more about the so-called Internet of Things. It rented a law-firm conference room, and about 100 people signed up to attend....

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STARTUP BUILDS SECURE ROUTER FOR IOT-LADEN HOME WIFI

Dark Reading | May 11, 2015

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A startup co-founded by two renowned security experts and entrepreneurs has developed a home router that monitors network traffic from each device and scans them for security vulnerabilities. Paul Judge and Mike Van Bruinesse, today launched Luma, which offers this next-generation home WiFi router of the same name. Aside from the security features, Luma also provides granular parental controls and extends WiFi coverage in the home, akin to a sophisticated repeater....

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WIRELESS NETWORK FOR GADGETS COMES TO DALLAS, PHOENIX

The San Diego Union Tribune | November 10, 2015

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San Diego’s Ingenu — formerly known as On-Ramp Wireless — said Tuesday that Phoenix and Dallas-Fort Worth are the first two metro areas to gain access to its dedicated machine-to-machine wireless network for linking refrigerators, sensors, power poles and so on to the Internet. The network runs on Random Phase Multiple Access (RPMA) technology developed for connecting Internet of Things devices — everyday gadgets that will be connected to monitor performance, upgrade soft...

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THE TEENAGE DREAM, THE TAE KWON DO INSTRUCTOR, AND THE QUEST TO MAKE SMARTER MACHINES

| November 17, 2015

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The dream of building an automated house is enduring—The Jetsons! Pee-wee Herman!—but realizing that dream is another story. Turns out, it’s not so easy. Enter Lyubomir Yanchev. At 20, he's taken an idea he had in high school, developed a product that turns air conditioners into smart machines, and has founded a startup that recently attracted more than $500,000 in investments. And he’s not done dreaming. Melissa is a fist-...

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ITA SUMMIT AND THE GAME-CHANGER THAT IS THE INTERNET OF THINGS

Chicago Tribune Media Group | November 10, 2015

The two years ago the Illinois Technology Association thought it might be a good idea to get some experts together so its members could learn more about the so-called Internet of Things. It rented a law-firm conference room, and about 100 people signed up to attend....

Read More
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STARTUP BUILDS SECURE ROUTER FOR IOT-LADEN HOME WIFI

Dark Reading | May 11, 2015

A startup co-founded by two renowned security experts and entrepreneurs has developed a home router that monitors network traffic from each device and scans them for security vulnerabilities. Paul Judge and Mike Van Bruinesse, today launched Luma, which offers this next-generation home WiFi router of the same name. Aside from the security features, Luma also provides granular parental controls and extends WiFi coverage in the home, akin to a sophisticated repeater....

Read More
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WIRELESS NETWORK FOR GADGETS COMES TO DALLAS, PHOENIX

The San Diego Union Tribune | November 10, 2015

San Diego’s Ingenu — formerly known as On-Ramp Wireless — said Tuesday that Phoenix and Dallas-Fort Worth are the first two metro areas to gain access to its dedicated machine-to-machine wireless network for linking refrigerators, sensors, power poles and so on to the Internet. The network runs on Random Phase Multiple Access (RPMA) technology developed for connecting Internet of Things devices — everyday gadgets that will be connected to monitor performance, upgrade soft...

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THE TEENAGE DREAM, THE TAE KWON DO INSTRUCTOR, AND THE QUEST TO MAKE SMARTER MACHINES

| November 17, 2015

The dream of building an automated house is enduring—The Jetsons! Pee-wee Herman!—but realizing that dream is another story. Turns out, it’s not so easy. Enter Lyubomir Yanchev. At 20, he's taken an idea he had in high school, developed a product that turns air conditioners into smart machines, and has founded a startup that recently attracted more than $500,000 in investments. And he’s not done dreaming. Melissa is a fist-...

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