LiveU Solo is the more affordable bonded live video broadcasting solution from LiveU, to stream from anywhere to Wowza Media Systems, as well as other popular CDNs, OVPs and YouTube Live. LiveU makes devices specifically meant for broadcasting live using bonding technology directly through the Internet: with multiple connectivity options such as 3G, 4G/LTE, WiFi and Ethernet LAN, streaming from the camera using LRT (LiveU Reliable Transport) protocol optimized for video performance using adaptive bit rate and forward error correction technology. LiveU Central is their own server system that can handle multiple video streams to form a control room of sorts where a live producing users can switch and choose between several video feeds feeding into the channel such as YouTube Live.
For more information visit: http://liveu.tv/lp-solo
Ready Rig GS is a professional body mounted camera gimbal stabiliser that provides maximum stability and comfort for use with the DJI Ronin-M 3-Axis Gimbal Stabilizer. Ready Rig GS with DJI Ronin is a camera stabilization system that is meant to take the camera weight off the shoulders of the user while allowing for stable adjustment in several degrees of freedom. The setup uses mostly aluminium for the construction with the inclusion of exotic carbon fiber for the connecting rod for low weight and high strength. It costs US$2000 and comes preloaded with a gyroscope for movement compensation.
uBirds displays their vision of the smartwatch, successfully funded on Kickstarter, they conceal the electronics inside the watch strap itself, allowing the user to use whatever watch they prefer as long as they buy the uBirds Smart strap. Based in Warsaw, Poland, uBirds’ concept belt is displayed to be very flexible without breaking, with thickness claimed to go down in the production version. Using an STM32L1 series ARM Cortex-M3 MCU, the uBirds strap also features NFC and input based on taps to the strap to control phone behavior. You can wirelessly charge it, it has a 3 day battery life.
PillBox aims to remind users to take their pills and to alert users families and friends to remind them also. Featuring slots for a day of the week or specific types of tablets or for night and day, this nifty-looking piece of hardware is also very power efficient: it uses a standard CR2032 battery and then lasts for a year and four months on regular usage. They display the mechanism for the slots, controlled by magnets. The PillBox connects to smartphones via Bluetooth 4.0 and has its own app, that can even alert family members if another forgets to take a pill or opens the slot for the wrong time/day/pill category.
Straight out of Tel Aviv, Israel, Fringefy is a startup backed by two professors and a venture company that aims to make devices capable of recognising any storefront in a city using a phone’s camera. Implementing machine learning and image recognition, the demo app showcases the simplicity of the entire design – one just points the camera to a place and it is recognised irrespective of people moving around it, traffic, and time of day. Fringefy is mature enough to be immediately implemented.
Mentor Graphics announced end to end IoT system developer kit with software and hardware reference design. The reference design can be customized to meet specific gateway requirements for various business applications. The gateway platform includes data collection, storage with different connectivity options like Bluetooth, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and USB. The gateway uses Freescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 processor.
Wind River is an Intel company that develops embedded systems solutions for aerospace and healthcare. The company’s highlights include the Helix Lab Cloud platform for virtual laboratory management and test automation and Rocket, a free OS meant to be used on MCUs demonstrated on an ARM K64F MCU. They also showcase a working home healthcare system utilizing VxWorks 7 and Qt release 551 (for the UI) such that health test data is monitored, captured, uploaded onto the cloud and displayed.
U-Blox is a Swiss based semiconductor company supplying positioning and wireless semiconductors and modules for automotive, industrial and consumer markets. It provides Narrow band IoT connection to connect the device directly with cloud using ARM mbed. In this Video, the U-Blox dice sense their number when you roll them and sends it to a nearby gateway using Bluetooth, that gateway sends the data to cloud for making it ready to display in browser.
Dragos Vingarzan Co-founder and CTO of OpenEPC presents their low power Mobile core network running seamlessly on Raspberry Pi with 2G, 3G and 4G LTE voice and data capability to run a small network at remote island or for disaster relief area. With OpenEPC now it’s easy to make small footprint of Mobile Network in rural and remote location. In the video they are showing an Mobile Network of 4G LTE compatible running on Rasbary Pi powered by Broadcom BCM2836 Quad-core ARM Cortex A7 at 900Mhz.
For more information see http://www.openepc.com