IoT mesh networks have never been cheaper, or easier

Simon Chudoba, IQRF Alliance

Now more than ever, the Internet of Things (IoT) is more about smart cities, smart buildings, and Industry 4.0 than about smart homes. Public lighting, parking, and traffic management are typical uses of IoT in the ... Continued...

Four Ways Predictive Maintenance Streamlines Manufacturing

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A quick progress report on SiC and GaN chips for electric vehicles

Majeed Ahmed, Automotive Contributor

The vehicle electrification drive, where every pound matters, is increasingly looking toward two wide bandgap semiconductor technologies: silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN). These semiconductor material... Continued...

Redpine Signals launches low-power wireless MCU and connectivity solutions for IoT devices

Rich Nass

Redpine Signals has been around more than 15 years, but the company has flown mostly under the radar. It has great products, but most folks weren’t aware of them. That seems to be changing with the latest roun... Continued...

Advancement in IoT will boost next-gen energy management systems

Hiren Samani, Transparency Market Research

The key to effective energy management is controlling components at a major and granular level. In a world that is soaked in IoT gadgets, that control will be very profound. The billions – and inevitably trill... Continued...

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