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March 1, 2016

Most of the fish (and other food we buy at our local supermarket) have a long trip before they arrive to the shelf where you find it. Take hake or tuna fish for example. Maybe you find it on a shelf in a supermarket in Barcelona.

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Taoglas

Headquartered in Ireland and with over 12 years’ experience, Taoglas provides advanced antenna products and RF service solutions to the world’s leading IoT brands. Shipping millions of antennas yearly, with over 140 employees spread across our operations in Ireland, Germany, Taiwan and USA, our design and support centers are located close to you, wherever you are. These centers have the most up to date test and design equipment. Our multicultural, multi-skilled, vibrant, hardworking team of RF professionals deliver the right solution to solve your antenna and RF challenges.

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DESIGNING ROBUST ELECTRONICS FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS

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For ANSYS customers, innovating new products for the Internet of Things is nothing new. They have been modeling and creating industry-leading products for over four decades, using predictive physics-based simulation software. ANSYS simulation technologies are speeding the development of IoT devices, networking infrastructure and cloud computing platforms.

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Healthcare infographic : Zebra IoT Healthcare Infographic

Infographic | July 5, 2019

For Healthcare professionals,the Internet of Things(IoT) is fostering a healthier,more productive environment-leading to better outcomes for everyone.Consider how a hospital would use IoT to ensure that patienrts,lab results and even hospital personal and equipment get where they need to go and in a timely,cost effective manner.

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An intelligent systems solution for the internet of things - Red Hat

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is fundamentally reshaping business and technological requirements within the business landscape. Innovative solutions that intelligently monitor and control remote sensors and devices are revolutionizing enterprise computing. These next-generation intelligent systems are collecting, analyzing, and enabling organizations to act upon massive volumes of raw business data generated by vast numbers of endpoints, to improve business intelligence and automate business processes. Your network and system architects will need to reorganize your IT infrastructure to accommodate and support the Internet of Things. And they will need to enhance IT architectures to efficiently gather, process, and exchange IoT data in a highly scalable, secure, and reliable manner.

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SensorBeat vs. Cloud IoT - an infographic

Infographic | September 21, 2017

There are many ways we could explain how our Real-Time AI works, and we’ve done that in our blog posts, presentations and other (exciting) information you find right here on our website, However, if you don’t feel like deep diving into the details just now, but are still curious, we came up with a somewhat more fun and visual infographic

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Here's how the Internet of Things will explode by 2020

Infographic | May 10, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) has been labeled as "the next Industrial Revolution" because of the way it will change the way people live, work, entertain, and travel, as well as how governments and businesses interact with the world.

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infographics on the potential of the Internet of Things

Infographic | April 21, 2018

The IoT’s expansion will give companies unheard-of opportunities to develop products for all markets. According to this Microsoft infographic featuring technologist Kevin Ashton, one of the biggest benefits of the IoT is improving processes. “IoT will allow information systems to capture their own information by themselves, for themselves, in a wide array of connected sensors that will turn the world into data,” explains the infographic. Paired with advancements in machine learning, all the data from the IoT can help companies automate processes and tasks for people.

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Taoglas

Headquartered in Ireland and with over 12 years’ experience, Taoglas provides advanced antenna products and RF service solutions to the world’s leading IoT brands. Shipping millions of antennas yearly, with over 140 employees spread across our operations in Ireland, Germany, Taiwan and USA, our design and support centers are located close to you, wherever you are. These centers have the most up to date test and design equipment. Our multicultural, multi-skilled, vibrant, hardworking team of RF professionals deliver the right solution to solve your antenna and RF challenges.

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