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2015-01-12 Consumerisation could cut the cost of industrial wearables
Wearable computers provide hands-free way for users to operate the data collection device thereby improving the productivity and efficiency of users, but come at a great price.
2014-10-17 Sensor overload: Wearables boost shipments
The worldwide market for sensors in wearables will expand to 466 million units in 2019with 4.1 sensor elements in every device, up from 1.4 in 2013driven by rising demand for fitness and health monitoring features, as well as by improved user interfaces
2015-05-07 Common standard key to boost wearables adoption
Supply chains/OEMs need common standards that would allow wearables to readily and seamlessly interact with each other and the many different device types that will eventually exist in the IoT space
2015-03-12 Inventory count made easier by drones
Although drone delivery in distribution centres poses a few technological hurdles before it can be implemented, this idea also presents advantages in inventory management with the aid of RFID tags
2015-08-03 QuickLogic sensor hub slashes power use of app processors
The Eos S3 SoC packs a half-dozen hardware accelerators to target wearables, and promises to significantly off-load the app processor of any smartphone using the device
2015-04-01 Andes, eMemory unveil novel IC security solutions
Applying Andes Core S801 in SoC designs along with eMemory's OTP silicon IPs for security key storage in IoT products enables data security to be greatly enhanced at the minimum cost
2014-09-30 Single remote controls 'all' entertainment devices
The CSR1011 chipset with UEI's QuickSetIR command upload capability is suited for existing home entertainment products, eliminating the need for multiple remote controls
2015-07-06 Intel exec roster, up for reorganisation
Intel president Renee James is among several top executives who announced plans to resign from the chip giant, while three other executives from various divisions will also leave the company.
2015-03-02 Competition, product direction affect shifting IoT terrain
The IoT landscape is rapidly shifting, becoming more complex, and continuously changing. The industry is filled with competing platforms who are still evolving and seeking interoperability.
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