HashedIn

HashedIn, a company founded in the year 2010, is a services company focused on building SaaS products and design-led product engineering. Leveraging its SaaS development expertise, HashedIn has been transforming enterprises using its cutting technology by bringing in Multi-tenancy, cloudification, next-gen UI/UX, and modularity.

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INDUSTRIAL IOT

INDUSTRY 4.0 EXPECTED TO BE LEAD APPLICATION FOR IOT WITHIN 5 YEARS

Newark Electronics | July 08, 2021

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Newark, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electrical components, products, and solutions, has published new research on the Internet of Things (IoT) that shows the increasing importance of IoT for industrial automation and control applications critical to delivering Industry 4.0. In addition, Newark’s annual IoT Survey provides new insights on this critical market, including possibilities and challenges for IoT engineers. 0Industrial automation and control (25%), ho...

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SPHCC EQUIPS IOT TECH & WEARABLE SENSORS IN THE BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19

mobihealthnews | April 03, 2020

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VivaLNK's body temperature sensors are applied directly to the patient to provide continuous, real-time monitoring of any changes in body temperature. Cassia's IoT Access Controller is being used by medical staff to monitor ...

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SEVEN IN 10 COMPANIES KNOW OF HACKS AGAINST THEIR IOT DEVICES, RESEARCH FINDS

IoT Tech News | February 21, 2020

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The IoT is barreling towards the enterprise – but companies remain highly vulnerable to IoT-based attacks, according to a new report.The study from Extreme Networks, which polled 540 IT professionals across industries in the North America, Europe and Asia Pacific regions, found that 70% of companies who said they employed IoT devices were fully aware of successful or attempted hacks. 84% of those polled said they employed IoT devices of some subscription, with more than half admitting they...

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UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH RESEARCHERS EXPLORE ENABLING LAG-FREE CONNECTIONS IN MASSIVE IOT DEVICES

IoT Tech News | February 03, 2020

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Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering have proposed a system that would use resources that are currently under utilised in an existing wireless channel in order to create more opportunities for lag-free connections. The system will require no additional hardware or wireless spectrum resources and will minimise traffic backups on networks with several wireless connections. Dubbed ‘EasyPass’, the method would exploit the existing signal-to-nois...

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INDUSTRIAL IOT

INDUSTRY 4.0 EXPECTED TO BE LEAD APPLICATION FOR IOT WITHIN 5 YEARS

Newark Electronics | July 08, 2021

Newark, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electrical components, products, and solutions, has published new research on the Internet of Things (IoT) that shows the increasing importance of IoT for industrial automation and control applications critical to delivering Industry 4.0. In addition, Newark’s annual IoT Survey provides new insights on this critical market, including possibilities and challenges for IoT engineers. 0Industrial automation and control (25%), ho...

Read More
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SPHCC EQUIPS IOT TECH & WEARABLE SENSORS IN THE BATTLE AGAINST COVID-19

mobihealthnews | April 03, 2020

VivaLNK's body temperature sensors are applied directly to the patient to provide continuous, real-time monitoring of any changes in body temperature. Cassia's IoT Access Controller is being used by medical staff to monitor ...

Read More
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SEVEN IN 10 COMPANIES KNOW OF HACKS AGAINST THEIR IOT DEVICES, RESEARCH FINDS

IoT Tech News | February 21, 2020

The IoT is barreling towards the enterprise – but companies remain highly vulnerable to IoT-based attacks, according to a new report.The study from Extreme Networks, which polled 540 IT professionals across industries in the North America, Europe and Asia Pacific regions, found that 70% of companies who said they employed IoT devices were fully aware of successful or attempted hacks. 84% of those polled said they employed IoT devices of some subscription, with more than half admitting they...

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UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH RESEARCHERS EXPLORE ENABLING LAG-FREE CONNECTIONS IN MASSIVE IOT DEVICES

IoT Tech News | February 03, 2020

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering have proposed a system that would use resources that are currently under utilised in an existing wireless channel in order to create more opportunities for lag-free connections. The system will require no additional hardware or wireless spectrum resources and will minimise traffic backups on networks with several wireless connections. Dubbed ‘EasyPass’, the method would exploit the existing signal-to-nois...

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