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IAR Systems | October 20, 2021
IAR Systems®, the future-proof supplier of software tools and services for embedded development, and Secure Thingz, an IAR Systems Group company, today presented a complete "development to deployment" solution for Microsoft Azure IoT and RTOS platforms. The solution enables rapid development and simplified deployment of devices ensuring out-of-the-box connectivity.
With applications rapidly transitioning from traditional embedded devices to cloud-orientated edge comp...
Zigbee Alliance | May 18, 2021
The Zigbee Alliance, the organization that has become synonymous with low power short-range communication standards, is rebranding as it approaches its twentieth anniversary.
The Alliance's size and reach have grown as a result of its expansion into the Internet of Things (IoT) world, and it believes the time has come for this to be reflected in its name.
Simultaneously, a second brand, Matter, has been unveiled. This protocol, formerly known as Connected Home o...
Cloudleaf, Tive | September 16, 2021
In the continued expansion of the Cloudleaf solution ecosystem, Cloudleaf, Inc. and Tive® are pleased to announce their technology partnership. Cloudleaf’s SaaS digital intelligence platform leverages supply chain, edge, IoT and contextual data to provide the world’s leading end-to-end supply chain digital twin solution to manage risk and volatility in product flows. Tive helps shippers and logistics service providers (LSPs) eliminate preventable shipment delays and damage with e...
IoT tech News | April 07, 2020
Mayo Clinic has begun using driverless vehicles to deliver essential COVID-19 tests to a processing lab. The initiative in Jacksonville, Florida is a collaboration between the local transport authority, Navya, and Beep. Four autonomous vehicles are initially being used and will transport COVID-19 tests from a drive-through testing facility to a processing lab on Mayo Clinic’s campus. The shuttles have been running the route every day since March 30th. One of the shuttles is being provided ...
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