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Posts Categorized: internet of things
Sensors in the mouthguard collect data on performance and injuries
Machine learning and advanced lighting help speed up growth in a natural way
A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
Thin sensors could change the way people park in cities
Nanosatellites promise farmers in remote locations access to real time data
What is dark data and how can it be brought into the light?
What are digital twins and how will they help deliver the innovations of the future?
Urban planners can fix your city without disrupting daily life
We spoke to entrepreneur Jeff Hagins of Woven to find out how creating a system of distributed digital identity could prevent data breaches and replace the need for other types of cybersecurity solutions in the future.
A modular security system allows smart security to integrate into any home, whether urban or rural.
A startup has developed a new sustainable beehive with IoT connectivity to eradicate deadly mites and keep bees safe.
A new service uses cryptography to eliminate employee passwords and ensure security.
A wearable device connects to 5 audio channels during live music shows enabling users to tailor the mix to personal music preferences.
What is edge computing and how is it different from the cloud? Find out in our latest Tech Explained feature where we explain the practice of processing data in real-time without delay.
An innovative platform allows almost anyone to build their own IoT network.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
An urban farming company is using QR codes in food packaging to offer consumers the chance to learn the history of the herbs they are eating.
An AgTech company has developed an algorithm to identify the health diagnostics of vineyard soil by genetically sequencing the microbes and applying AI algorithm analysis.
A new, reusable takeaway cup has an integrated payment chip to incentivise customers to reduce their takeaway cup consumption.
Learn how Smart Tags can use radio frequencies to track an item from manufacture to delivery in real-time in our latest Tech Explained feature.
A startup is using blockchain technology to collect and share data on entire food supply chains.