Episode 45-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week…
The restructuring of GE continues with the industrial conglomerate (less of one, but still really big) saying that it will create a $1.2 billion business focused on industrial IoT.
A quartet of companies have introduced a new security product that will use Wi-Fi signals in the home to detect motion.
Boston-based MachineMetrics has raised $11.3 million to continue developing and selling its predictive analytics software.
The challenges are significant, but careful planning and implementation can surmount them.
Thinking about Internet-connected devices often brings to mind “smart” home appliances and consumer gadgets.
Infineon is claiming a first, with an industrial-grade embedded SIM (eSIM) in a 2.5 x 2.7mm wafer-level chip-scale package (WLCSP).
Helping companies transform their operations is not a simple task. That’s why we’re seeing so many industrial IoT platforms fold or focus as they realize customers don’t want to build things on their own.
Turns out most consumers aren’t willing to invest more than $200 in a smart speaker. Thanks to deals, the HomePod is now within $50 of that price range.
Ayla Networks Adds New Low-Power Cellular IoT Capabilities to its IoT Device Management and Application Enablement Platform
Even if NB-IoT or other cellular technologies don’t gain huge adoption, all of the platform companies are prepping for them.
Finnish ferry operator Finferries has demonstrated the world’s first fully autonomous ferry, thanks to a collaboration with engineering giant Rolls-Royce.