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NCR Corporation | September 18, 2020
NCR Corporation, a software and services leader for the retail, restaurant and banking industries, today announced a collaboration with Microsoft to power NCR Digital Connected Services (DCS).
NCR’s Digital Connected Services Internet of Things (IoT) management software will run on top of Azure IoT AI technology. That means data can be turned into insights faster, and incidents that could potentially impact availability can be identified sooner, increasing uptime. Through th...
J2 Innovations | May 15, 2020
J2 Innovations, the makers of the FIN Framework – the next-generation software platform for building automation and IoT applications in buildings and built-environments, has launched the Edge2Cloud product to support users of FIN to easily access building data, and service and upgrade their FIN-based building automation systems remotely and securely. Until now, this has required IT support, including the use of a VPN connection, or having to visit the site, using up valuable time and resou...
Mobile World | January 21, 2020
Olea Sensor Networks is hoping to attract new customers through the introduction of new licensing models for companies interested in its IoT IP portfolio. The company’s sensor technology is already being widely used in drones, vehicles, and industrial robotics, but Olea is hoping that the new licensing options will make the technology more accessible to other partners. On that front, Olea believes that its technology will be particularly appealing to the manufacturers of IoT products. The ...
Blommberg | March 13, 2020
Internet of things litigation involving smart devices is rising, especially the wearables sector—connected gadgets that can be worn by a consumer, like fitness trackers and health monitors. Goodwin Procter attorneys examine unique litigation risks for makers of wearable devices and give tips on how to reduce exposure to liability. Internet-enabled devices continue to be interwoven into nearly every aspect of society. From the rise of smart cities, to connected utilities, where billions of ...
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