PLAT.ONE and Nwave to Deliver Complete Internet of Things Parking Solution

PLAT.ONE, the first Enterprise-Grade Internet of Things (IoT) application platform, today announced a partnership with Nwave, a rapidly growing supplier of low-power, wide-area (LPWA) wireless network solutions to bring a suite of ready-to-use industrial solutions to market, starting with a parking solution. Continue reading “PLAT.ONE and Nwave to Deliver Complete Internet of Things Parking Solution”

Volvo Develops 360-Degree Collision Avoidance Sensor System

Volvo has long been a leader in developing safety technology, and the latest features will help the automaker reach its goal of zero fatal accidents by 2020. The company’s new 360-degree view technology helps to locate collision-free escape routes, and will be one of the last safety features developed as part of Volvo’s Non-Hit Car and Truck project. Continue reading “Volvo Develops 360-Degree Collision Avoidance Sensor System”

Intelligent Sensors Uncover New Revenue and Space-Utilization Opportunities for Network Rail

Britain’s largest train stations are increasingly popular destinations for retail, food and drink, in addition to rail travel. Network Rail, which owns and operates Britain’s rail infrastructure, has undertaken the new project in collaboration with PFM Footfall Intelligence to raise customer service standards. Continue reading “Intelligent Sensors Uncover New Revenue and Space-Utilization Opportunities for Network Rail”

2022 Automotive Sensor Market, 2020 Auto Lighting Industry Forecasts in New Research Reports

Within the automotive lighting market, front lighting leads the segments by position and halogen technology is covered majorly across all vehicle segments. Asia-Pacific has been the largest automotive lighting market since 2011 followed by Europe, North America, and ROW. Continue reading “2022 Automotive Sensor Market, 2020 Auto Lighting Industry Forecasts in New Research Reports”

A New Frontier: OpenSignal Creates Crowdsourced Sensor Network

You have a smartphone, tablet and probably now, these days, a Fitbit or a smartwatch. Maybe you are an an early adopter or sports addict and have a sports shirt with sensors in it. All of these things, plus cameras, navigational devices, are full of sensors. All kinds of sensors and lots of sensors – somewhere between 15-20 sensors on each smartphone today. Continue reading “A New Frontier: OpenSignal Creates Crowdsourced Sensor Network”