Episode 55-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week:
A Parkinson’s patient in China has received the first remote brain surgery operation in a demonstration of the IoT’s life-changing potential when adopted in healthcare.
GE Appliances, a Haier company, has partnered with Cirrent to deliver easy Wi-Fi onboarding and reliable connectivity of their smart home products.
We took a look at what’s going on inside the mattress peddler’s surprisingly complicated nightlight with a gorgeous user experience.
Edge computing is one of those things where you have the nails and are still looking for a hammer. In an earlier post, I wrote about Why Machine Learning on the Edge is critical.
As researchers delve deeper into the behavior of decentralized collective systems, they’re beginning to question some of their initial assumptions.
Australian telecom equipment provider NetComm has introduced its new 4G LTE Category 1 IIoT Router (NTC-220) that promises a reliable, and secure medium bandwidth connectivity via LTE networks.
Through integrations with WW's software technologies, members can now ask Alexa or Google Home how many smart points they have left that day, and more.
A tiny startup called UbiquitiLink is testing technology that could connect virtually all of the world's existing smartphones directly to a satellite.
C3 launched its Integrated Development Studio, a low-code platform to enable developers to build applications for its AI Suite.
Last week Microsoft announced a new product aimed at improving security for the internet of things. Azure Sphere is a combination of a chip, a Linux-based OS and a cloud-based security suite that aims to secure the next few trillion devices that come online.