Category: Internet of Things

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Inkwell Smart Doorbell using HiSilicon Hi3518E

Posted by juliusaugustus – May 8, 2017

The Inkwell Doorbell is a wireless doorbell that will call you with a video call when the doorbell is wrung. You can answer or reject the call or take a picture of the people ringing the doorbell. The battery last 6 months. The doorbell connects via wifi. The camera of the doorbell is a 720p camera. Inkwell also makes a motion sensing camera that can substitute doorbell.

IdeeBank Smart Taillight, Microphone, Earbuds, Dog Collar, 360 Camera, LED Lights and Toothbrush

Posted by juliusaugustus – May 8, 2017

IdeeBank smart taillights are bicycle taillights that light when cars come near them. These taillights can light up in multiple colors and multiple combinations with full RGB lighting. The smart taillight will detect whether it is dark or sunny out with a light sensor. The smart taillight is waterproof and usb rechargable. The taillight can be controlled using an Android or iOS app. The price is $25.
The Ideebank smart microphone connects with your smartphone using bluetooth and amplifies the user's voice.
Ideebank earbuds are wireless and bluetooth connected similar to airpods.
Ideebank Dog collars track the state of the dog, its activities such as walking or sleeping.
Ideebank makes a variety of other products such as a drone, smartphone gun, bluetooth led lights and electric toothbrush for $26.

Glance Clock Connected Smart Clock

Posted by juliusaugustus – May 3, 2017

Glance Clock is a bluetooth connected digital display clock that can display information from your smartphone. The glance clock can display incoming calls, notifications, weather, appointments or your calender for the day. The Glance clock can also act as a normal clock. Glance clock can also seemlessly sync with Amazon Alexa. The price of Glance Clock is around $150.

Geniatech Embedded Solutions, Developer Board 4X, world’s smallest Snapdragon 410 board

Posted by Charbax – April 11, 2017

Geniatech presents their new Embedded and Develpment board Solutions, with full in-house support and development for customized development for interested customers around the world. Supporting Windows 10 IoT Core, Android and some Linux. Geniatech shows their new Developer Board 4X, the world's smallest 64bit Qualcomm 410 based board, can be used for home applications, to easily connect everything to advanced IoT.

Linaro CEO George Grey at Linaro Connect Budapest 2017

Posted by Charbax – April 11, 2017

Linaro CEO George Grey interview on the last day of the Linaro Connect in Budapest 2017, talking about Google joining Linaro as a club member, some of the latest developments at Linaro, the high amount of contributions from Linaro into Linux and open source, IoT, Servers, Mobile, Networking, Kernel, Gateways, Set-top-boxes, Smart TVs, Android, and a lot more. Other new Linaro members are HXT a joint venture between Qualcomm and the CHinese Government, Fujitsu with their new ARM Powered Supercomupter. You can watch George Grey's opening keynote at Linaro Connect Budapest 2017 here.

Huawei ICT Booth Tour at CeBIT 2017

Posted by Charbax – April 9, 2017

Here's a booth tour at the Huawei Booth at CeBIT 2017 where 50 of their partners and customers are showing solutions featuring NB-IoT, cloud, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Smart City, finance, electric-power, transportation, manufacturing and more. Huawei's tagline is that they want to be “Leading New ICT: The Road to Digital Transformation”. Some of Huawei's partners include SAP, Accenture, Infosys, Deutsche Telekom, Volkswagen, KUKA, Intel, Honeywell, GE, and ABB.

Advertima Targetted Advertising AI for Digital Signage market

Posted by juliusaugustus – April 8, 2017

Advertima is an artificial intelligence software solution service from Switzerland for real world advertising to upgrade digital signage using Advertima Engine to detect people's age, gender, mood, motion behaviour and even fashion style. Advertima enables content to be catered to specific groups of people such as advertisements, articles, or entertainment for more relevant content. The service can also be used in train stations to change the displays for peak hours and to optimize advertising space through the digital signage market.

AsReader GUN Type long range UHF RFID reader

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

AsReader is an advanced RFID reader/writer or Barcode scanner for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with Android device also supported. AsReader GUN Type is a long range UHF RFID reader and can read a tag from 10m away with 1W output power and linearly-polarized wave. AsReader GUN supports European frequency and passed CE standard as well as FCC and TELEC in Japan. It works with a smartphone by connecting to the reader with AsRing+ and start to scan tags and barcodes. AsRing+ connects an external device to a smartphone magnetically and enables the devices to transfer data and power charging. AsReader Gun Type also has the barcode scanner and supports 1D and 2D barcodes. Although the barcode is poorly printed or has some scratches, AsReader will often scan them correctly with high-sensitive 2D CMOS sensor. With laser aiming light,one can scan the target barcode at far place easily. AsReader supports major barcode types, such as UPC/EAN/JAN, GS1 DataBar, Code 39, Code 128, PDF417, GS1 Composite, Aztec Code, Data Matrix, QR code, popular postal code and OCR font, OCR-A and OCR-B. You can also watch my previous Asreader video filmed at the IDTechEx show here.

1cm positioning accuracy using multi-GNSS by Magellan Systems Japan

Posted by Charbax – March 31, 2017

Magellan Systems Japan is showing off their next generation high precision multi-frequency multi-GNSS receiver that reduces implementation cost compared to a conventional high precision RTK-PPP receiver. This supports GPS, QZSS and GLONASS, algorithm to output measuring data of carrier phase positioning, RTK-PPP, QZSS L6 signal, PPP-AR this solution can provide down to 1 centimeter accuracy which can be useful for self-driving cars, farm machines, construction machines, drones and more.

Distributors and industry insiders can contact Magellan Systems Japan here:
sales@magellan.jp
http://magellan.jp

Aconno BT5 Module based on nRF52840

Posted by Charbax – March 30, 2017

Aconno is showing off the world's first Bluetooth5 module based on the Nordic Semiconductor nRF52840 ARM Cortex-M4 device which I filmed here and here it features Bluetooth 5, Thread, ANT+, can run for 25 years on a CR23032 coin cell battery, developers can connect through a tag connect interface and it can support USB and NFC.

Distributors can contact Aconno here:
Miroslav Simudvarac, CEO
info@aconno.de