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OMO Systems | August 24, 2022
OMO Systems, an IoT solutions company founded in Kyiv, Ukraine, develops and implements software and hardware solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT). OMO Ecosystem – the key smart home and home security product – is designed specifically for telecommunications providers and companies that provide services to residents of single-family homes and apartment living.
OMO’s solutions have included not only indoor monitoring and intelligent devices but also external...
ENTERPRISE IOT, INDUSTRIAL IOT, PLATFORMS
SparkFun Electronics | February 20, 2023
SparkFun recently announced the release of two new IoT development boards, in partnership with InPlay and Bosch Sensortec: the SparkFun NanoBeaconTM Lite Board - IN100 and the SparkFun NanoBeaconTM Board - IN100. The two versions enable prototyping with the 'Lite' version, followed by using the production version in large installations once the design is complete. These boards are excellent options for wireless sensor monitoring, asset tracking, retail beacons, and even for creatin...
Energous Corporatio | July 06, 2022
Energous Corporation a leading developer of RF-based charging for wireless power networks, and Atmosic Technologies, an innovator in energy harvesting wireless System-on-Chips (SoCs) and modules for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced they are taking orders for the Wirelessly Powered Sensor Evaluation Kit, which features Atmosic’s ATM3 energy harvesting Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) SoC solution and Energous’ FCC-certified 1W WattUp PowerBridge transmitter. Kits will begin shi...
IoT Tech News | March 06, 2020
In previous years, perceptions of IoT might have been that not only is it a complex venture, but also an expensive one. Arguably, this viewpoint is somewhat outdated. The cost of computing, according to The Economist, is roughly a one hundred-millionth of what it was in the 1970s. The cost of sensors used for IoT, according to Goldman Sachs, have dropped from $1.30 to $0.60 between 2004 and 2014. And, of course, operational costs have dropped too. The technology has therefore never been more acc...
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