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DIVVY DEPLOYS IOT I/O CONTROLLER TO HELP BUILDING MANAGERS AUTOMATE CAR PARKING

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Australian tech company Divvy is deploying its Internet of Things (IoT) I/O Controller to help building managers automate car parking and property functions using smart building technology. Divvy says its technology offers building managers the ability to control the on/off functions of low-voltage assets such as parking gates, door latches, turnstiles, or water pumps. Divvy says the smart building market is projected to reach $32 billion over the next three years w...

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IOT-POWERED SOLAR SMART HOMES – THE PRESENT AND FUTURE

March 01, 2020

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The concept of a sensible, semi self-sufficient house was, at one level, grounded firmly within the realm of science-fiction. Now, nonetheless, we’re quickly approaching an age the place solar-powered, IoT-connected houses should not solely viable choices however could evolve into the norm. Various power sources like solar are gaining traction in each the private and non-private sectors, and understanding how solar will enhance IoT-connected houses will assist to spice up their recognition...

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IOT RESEARCHERS PROPOSE LAG-FREE NETWORKING SOLUTION

February 04, 2020

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As more Internet of Things (IoT) devices enter into the workplace, networks may become congested and lead to lagging connections. This may cause critical failures if the data is not sent over quickly, which could lead to delays and accidents.To reduce that risk, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have proposed a system that would give IoT devices a side channel to avoid heavy traffic slowdowns. In a paper titled “EasyPass: Combating IoT Delay with Multiple Access Wireless Side Cha...

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August 18, 2020

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DIVVY DEPLOYS IOT I/O CONTROLLER TO HELP BUILDING MANAGERS AUTOMATE CAR PARKING

Australian tech company Divvy is deploying its Internet of Things (IoT) I/O Controller to help building managers automate car parking and property functions using smart building technology. Divvy says its technology offers building managers the ability to control the on/off functions of low-voltage assets such as parking gates, door latches, turnstiles, or water pumps. Divvy says the smart building market is projected to reach $32 billion over the next three years w...

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March 01, 2020

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IOT-POWERED SOLAR SMART HOMES – THE PRESENT AND FUTURE

The concept of a sensible, semi self-sufficient house was, at one level, grounded firmly within the realm of science-fiction. Now, nonetheless, we’re quickly approaching an age the place solar-powered, IoT-connected houses should not solely viable choices however could evolve into the norm. Various power sources like solar are gaining traction in each the private and non-private sectors, and understanding how solar will enhance IoT-connected houses will assist to spice up their recognition...

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February 04, 2020

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IOT RESEARCHERS PROPOSE LAG-FREE NETWORKING SOLUTION

As more Internet of Things (IoT) devices enter into the workplace, networks may become congested and lead to lagging connections. This may cause critical failures if the data is not sent over quickly, which could lead to delays and accidents.To reduce that risk, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have proposed a system that would give IoT devices a side channel to avoid heavy traffic slowdowns. In a paper titled “EasyPass: Combating IoT Delay with Multiple Access Wireless Side Cha...

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