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The event was well orchestrated. We came away with additional insight & contacts that we didn't have
Sessions were rapid-fire, not too long. Speakers were great.
Very positive experience. We had great discussions.
The topics of presentations were on trend and top quality.
An opportunity to learn, get exposure to IoT initiatives, and network with industry experts.
In addition to being useful, things went flawlessly. I thoroughly enjoyed the event.
Smaller, lighter and with no risk of leakages or explosions, thin film batteries based on solid state components are increasingly important to low-power IoT devices. Thin film batteries power a whole bunch of ‘things’ in the IoT, including smart cards, wireless microsensors, RFID tags, toys and medical patches. These batteries are typically built by depositing […] The post Thin film batteries set for solid (state) growth appeared first on Internet of Business .Read the story
The advanced industrial predictive and analytics capabilities of General Electric’s Predix IIoT platform will come to Apple’s iOS tomorrow, with the release of the Predix software development kit [SDK]. The new SDK is designed to equip developers with the tools required to build powerful, native apps that combine the advantages of an established industrial internet […] The post Apple and GE Digital to bring industrial IoT apps to iOS appeared first on Internet of Business .Read the story
In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Peter Marsden, managing director of Doro UK & Ireland, explains how technology originally developed for elderly care could be a lifeline for lone workers. There are six million lone workers in the UK. These are people defined by the Health and Safety Executive as those who work […] The post Lone workers: Protected by the IoT, thanks to senior citizens appeared first on Internet of Business .Read the story