Streetlights Are Getting Cameras and Internet Connections under Newly Approved Intelligent Lamppost Project

We’ve been hearing about the amorphous idea of “smart cities” for a while, but trash cans, sidewalks, and stop signs still seem the same, right? As in the broader Internet of Things movement, though, some subtle creep is beginning, and street lights are the most recent target.  Continue reading “Streetlights Are Getting Cameras and Internet Connections under Newly Approved Intelligent Lamppost Project”

“Sensors to sweat the assets”, Presented by Peter Laloli, TNO

“Sensors to sweat the assets”, Presented by Peter Laloli, TNO, at Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference

Important critical infrastructure is indispensable in the supply chain of energy, in transportation and in protection against water flooding. Massive investments in critical infrastructures have been made to reach the current level of economic and social development. Continue reading ““Sensors to sweat the assets”, Presented by Peter Laloli, TNO”

The world’s waters to be buzzing with inference robots

While the world goes crazy for drones, a hardworking set of marine robots are helping scientists learn more about our global waterways.Aquabots are the most advanced way to measure the reaches of the ocean, rivers and lakes, Matthew Dunbabin, a principal research fellow at the Institute for Future Environments at the Queensland University of Technology, told Mashable Australia. Continue reading “The world’s waters to be buzzing with inference robots”

New Anaren “Sensor Element Library” Enables Easy Integration of Sensor Drivers and Intelligence into IoT Devices

Anaren announced that it has launched a new Atmosphere Sensors Partnership Program that introduces a suite of proven sensor technologies and tools into Anaren’s wireless connectivity ecosystem. A key feature of the initiative is a new sensors element library, available within the Anaren Atmosphere tool, … Continue reading “New Anaren “Sensor Element Library” Enables Easy Integration of Sensor Drivers and Intelligence into IoT Devices”

SNUPI Technologies Announces Sensor Integration with Nest

SNUPI Technologies announced that its WallyHome product, a sensor network that monitors changes in moisture, temperature, and humidity, will soon work with the Nest Learning Thermostat. The integration highlights the practical benefits of pairing smart home devices with a simple way to maintain a more intelligent, efficient and comfortable home. Continue reading “SNUPI Technologies Announces Sensor Integration with Nest”