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Samsung's new SmartThings sensors will make your Home cleverer than you are

Samsung's new SmartThings sensors will make your Home cleverer than you are | Innovation | Scoop.it
The sensors can detect movement, location and moisture – and even wake you up with a cup of tea.

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Top 10 Car Technologies For Mature Drivers

Top 10 Car Technologies For Mature Drivers | Innovation | Scoop.it
Smart headlights, emergency response systems and reverse monitoring features rank highest in car technologies that benefit mature drivers, according to res...
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A car that knows where your kids are: BMW invests in Life360 | GigaOM Cleantech News

A car that knows where your kids are: BMW invests in Life360 | GigaOM Cleantech News | Innovation | Scoop.it

The first wave of connected car apps centered on music and audio streaming. It looks like the second wave of in-dash services may revolve around location sharing.

 

We’ve already seen location-sharing app Glympse make it into its first connected platform, Ford’s Sync AppLink. Now BMW’s strategic investment arm i Ventures is partnering with family locator service Life360 to develop in-car technologies that would allow family members to locate one another and coordinate their activities. i Ventures is also making an undisclosed investment in the San Francisco startup.

 

While an app like Glympse allows you to selectively share your location with anyone for a set period of time, Life360 creates a permanent share between a close-knit group such as a nuclear family. That allows Life360 to build services on top of that presence data.

 

“Imagine you want to meet your wife at your kids’ soccer game,” said Chris Hulls, co-founder and CEO of Life360. “Right now you have to call her, get an address and then program it into your navigation system to get directions. That’s a lot of unnecessary friction.”

 

What Life360 proposes is an in-dash app that automatically keeps tabs on your family members’ activities. To find your wife, as in Hulls’ example, you merely have to tap on her portrait in the app, and her location is automatically fed into the car’s vehicle nav system.

 

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Tyler's comment, March 9, 2013 4:11 PM
it would be scary for my parents to know where i am
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Top 10 Wearable Technology Design Principles

Top 10 Wearable Technology Design Principles | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ “In the coming decade, wearable technology will touch nearly every aspect of our lives. It will allow us to bring the power of the Internet to everything we do.” –Marcus Weller, Ph.D. It was a hot ...”
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More connected car innovations take stage at CES

More connected car innovations take stage at CES | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ At the world's largest technology conference that kicked off today, the most intriguing innovations showcased may be gadgets and technology that turn vehicles into connected, smarter machines.”
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Car Safety Innovations

Car Safety Innovations | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ CSI News!By combining Smartphone/telematics,we introduce the innovation of CSI "Smartmatics":http://t.co/Uv9wpNZLrn http://t.co/FWOZQzagcz”;
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Forget Amazon -- it's Google that may revolutionize package delivery

Forget Amazon -- it's Google that may revolutionize package delivery | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ Over the past six months or so, Google has quietly been acquiring multiple advanced robotics firms. Andy Rubin, who built the Android platform into the world's largest mobile OS, is said to be spearheading the effort.”
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Qualcomm Steps Up Attack on Internet of Things - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Qualcomm Steps Up Attack on Internet of Things - Wall Street Journal (blog) | Innovation | Scoop.it
“Qualcomm Steps Up Attack on Internet of Things Wall Street Journal (blog) More broadly, Qualcomm is preparing for the day many more devices add intelligence and connections to the Web–a trend broadly known as the Internet of Things.”
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What Happens in One Minute on the Internet? [Infographic]

What Happens in One Minute on the Internet? [Infographic] | Innovation | Scoop.it
As millions of new Internet users log on every month, the numbers relating to the flow of information becomes ever more staggering.An infographic from analytics software provider Domo, attempts to quantify just how much data is generated in one minute online.Compare it to Domo’s similar infographic from two years ago to see just how much more we’ve crammed into a minute...
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Jacques Morin's curator insight, April 24, 2015 9:57 AM

Wow, ça bouge sur internet en une minute!!!

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different psychology attracts different users - obvious - but finding out details will energise your response rate. One ad won't do for all

Thomas Sowell's curator insight, October 12, 8:31 PM
It is amazing what information is out there on the internet.
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Ford Partners with Medtronic, Others for In-Car Health Management – Medgadget.com -- Internet Journal of Emerging Medical Technologies

Ford Partners with Medtronic, Others for In-Car Health Management – Medgadget.com -- Internet Journal of Emerging Medical Technologies | Innovation | Scoop.it

Time has come for when your car not only tells you when it’s low on coolant, but also when you’re low on sugar. In addition to warning you about road construction on the way, how about a notice when you’re entering a high pollen zone? Ford is partnering with a number of medical technology companies to address some health issues relevant to driving. A sudden drop of blood glucose, for example, can force a diabetic to lose consciousness, a particularly dangerous situation when behind the wheel.

By wirelessly linking Medtronic‘s Bluetooth-enabled continuous glucose monitor to Ford’s Sync hands-free entertainment and control system, a driver can receive real-time warnings when glucose levels go out of predefined bounds.

Using WellDoc‘s disease management platform, patients can view and update their profiles including documenting things like asthma attacks, glucose levels, and allergic reactions, all without letting go of the steering wheel. Though maybe it’s best to first pull over and get that inhaler out.

Additionally, drivers will be able to access data from SDI Health‘s Allergy Alert app that can provide local allergy related information as well as some other environmental health indices.

Here’s a demo of the prototype integration of DiabetesManager


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Strong Interest in new In-Car Technologies by Consumers in Emerging Economies Could Influence Demand, Accelerate Rollout of Next-Generation Connected Vehicle Technologies, Accenture Research Indicates

Strong Interest in new In-Car Technologies by Consumers in Emerging Economies Could Influence Demand, Accelerate Rollout of Next-Generation Connected Vehicle Technologies, Accenture Research Indicates | Innovation | Scoop.it

High interest in next-generation in-car technologies among drivers in emerging economies could help shape future demand for sales and provide the automotive industry with a sustained revenue stream, a new survey by Accenture indicates. The survey shows that drivers are twice as likely to choose a car based on in-vehicle technology options than its performance, demonstrating the continued importance of the connected vehicle to the automotive industry.

 


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Top 5 future car tech innovations

“ The next revolution in car technology that is about to go big.”
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Top 5 future Car technology Innovations

Top 5 future Car technology Innovations | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ Can you imagine how our cars going to be in the future? Watch this video to know future innovations in the cars.”
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Crowdfunding: 5 règles pour réussir sa campagne

Crowdfunding: 5 règles pour réussir sa campagne | Innovation | Scoop.it
“ Nous complétons notre précédent article « Crowdfunding : Comment réussir une campagne », par un rappel (ou pour certains une découverte) des fondamentaux en matière de réussite d’une campagne de.”
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Start-Up Founders Look Beyond the Usual Options of Selling or Going Public

Start-Up Founders Look Beyond the Usual Options of Selling or Going Public | Innovation | Scoop.it
“Start-up founders are finding new ways to remain independent, like recapitalizing their companies or bootstrapping them. But while some see advantages to remaining independent, others have benefited from selling.”
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The Startup Accelerator Trend Is Finally Slowing Down - TechCrunch

The Startup Accelerator Trend Is Finally Slowing Down - TechCrunch | Innovation | Scoop.it
“The Startup Accelerator Trend Is Finally Slowing Down TechCrunch Starting a company has never been easy.”
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