CSEM (Neuchâtel, Switzerland) has proposed the first commercial solution based on Semtech’s (Camarillo, CA) LoRa technology for GPS-free geolocation of connected devices. This allows the geographical tracking of LoRaWAN end-nodes without any material impact on bill of materials or battery life, and will help enhance the industrial development of Internet of Things (IoT).
Les véhicules connectés ou l’Internet des objets qui… comptent vraiment !
Les automobiles et la gestion de flottes sont déjà le « prochain champ de bataille technologique », car la manière dont ces premières étapes critiques sont gérées et implémentées concrètement va influer sur l’arrivée plus ou moins rapide des véhicules 100% autonomes.
Après General Motors et Lyft, c’est au tour de la startup américano-singapourienne nuTonomy de se lancer dans la course au taxi autonome. A quand l’union sacrée des VTC et des taxis pour contrer l’arrivée de nouveaux rivaux autrement plus compétitifs ? NuTonomy est une startup spin-off du MIT de Boston qui officie dans l’automatisation des véhicules …
Bosch joins the cloud computing bandwagon by becoming a full service provider for connectivity and the Internet of Things. The company aims to have all of its electronics IoT- enabled through IoT Cloud by the year 2020.
Bosch is launching its own cloud computing services for the Internet of Things, with the first cloud facility to be located in Germany. The company is the latest to join the IoT bandwagon by becoming a full service provider for connectivity and the Internet of Things. Currently, there are at least 5 million devices that are working with Bosch's IoT Suite. These include the staples of a connected home such as a central hub and contact sensors between the door and window. Outside the home, the company's IoT Suite also includes connected parking spots that allow consumers to reserve a spot prior to arriving, and auto-racing applications that could monitor essential racecar details even in a distance through a pit crew.
To define an IoT “Thing,” I’m going to employ Maslow’s hierarchy of needs — that well-known human psychology paradigm typically displayed in the shape of a pyramid, with the most fundamental human needs (physiological needs like air, food and water) at the bottom and rising to the most esoteric needs (self-actualization or expression of full potential) at the apex.
I’ve sketched out a derivative needs pyramid for IoT “Things,” charting their ascent to Thing-actualization.
In this update of his past presentations on Mobile Eating the World — delivered most recently at The Guardian’s Changing Media Summit — a16z’s Benedict Evans takes us through how technology is universal through mobile. How mobile is not a subset of the internet anymore. And how mobile (and accompanying trends of cloud and AI) is also driving new productivity tools.
In fact, mobile — which encompasses everything from drones to cars — is everything.
Le marché des objets connectés (Internet of Things, IoT) est en plein essor. Nombreuses sont les entreprises à vouloir s’y positionner. Mais pour que l’IoT tienne ses promesses en matière d’innovation, de création de valeur et d’accélérateur de digitalisation, il est nécessaire d’adopter une approche pragmatique, métier et agile.
A few days before Thanksgiving, George Hotz, a 26-year-old hacker, invites me to his house in San Francisco to check out a project he’s been working on. He says it’s a self-driving car that he had built in about a month. The claim seems absurd. But when I turn up that morning, in his garage there’s a white 2016 Acura ILX outfitted with a laser-based radar (lidar) system on the roof and a camera mounted near the rearview mirror. A tangle of electronics is attached to a wooden board where the glove compartment used to be, a joystick protrudes where you’d usually find a gearshift, and a 21.5-inch screen is attached to the center of the dash. “Tesla only has a 17-inch screen,” Hotz says.
La voiture autonome entraînera une révolution dans nos façons de se déplacer au cours des cinq à dix rochaines années, croit un experte en transport intelligent. Le Québec, qui est déjà en retard, doit commencer rapidement à s’y préparer, selon elle.
By Paul on Jan 18, 2016 As we move to smarter more autonomous vehicles, customers’ expectations over comfort, convenience and safety will only increase, says Peter Frans Pauwels, co-founder and head of [...]...
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