IoTize's line of TapNLink products for Bluetooth and NFC communication allow the user to take an existing MCU application that does not have wireless connectivity and add it using only two GPIO pins and without modifying the application's original firmware.
A new electronics development platform that uses the internet to allow programming to be done directly onto a microchip is simplifying the creation of IoT and AI applications.
NetComm has revealed its 5G Fixed Wireless Self-Install technology for global network operators, designed to remove the expense of sending an engineer to the customer's premises to install an external reception antenna to receive the 5G signal.
The STMicroelectronics ST25R3916 NFC universal device contains innovative features to simplify the design of payment terminals and ease compliance with EMVCo 3.0 contactless interoperability tests for cards, mobiles and wearables.
The MultiConnect Conduit AP, from MultiTech, is a high-performance LoRa IoT gateway that harnesses the power of the LoRaWAN protocol to provide deep in-building penetration and connectivity to thousands of IoT assets.
Lantronix has its xPico 200 embedded IoT gateways. Measuring less than the size of a postage stamp, the compact gateways deliver robust Ethernet, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, enterprise-grade security and integrated manageability features that are suitable for Industrial IoT applications.
G+D Mobile Security, Murata and STMicroelectronics have teamed up to integrate cost-effective security features into IoT devices.
Hetech is a product development and manufacturing company that can successfully upgrade and enhance existing product capabilities to easily interface with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth via its sister company TecHome's free app 'The Hub'.
At the 2016 National Instruments (NI) Technical Symposium, attendees were presented with an overview of how 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT) are changing the future of wireless.
Multitech LoRa IoT Solutions consists of the MultiConnect Conduit (MTCDT) — a configurable, manageable and scalable cellular communications gateway for industrial IoT applications — and LoRa Client Node powerful, low power consumption mDot and xDot modules.
South Australia is set to become the first fully interconnected state in the Southern Hemisphere through a regional IoT network.
Tasmania's Hodgman government has announced $100,000 to fund a LoRa network in Launceston.
While mobile working is now a given for many employees, a key challenge has been to deploy wireless networks that are robust enough to manage bandwidth-hungry applications with low tolerance for latency, such as unified communications (UC).
STMicroelectronics has introduced a development kit that leverages the STM32 microcontroller ecosystem for prototyping Internet of Things (IoT) devices with LoRa Wireless Low-Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) connectivity.
The MultiConnect Conduit Starter Kit for LoRa Technology is designed to enable users to obtain sensor information and display it in the cloud within minutes of opening the box.