Posts Tagged: internet of things

LoRaWAN

An interesting development in applying the Internet of Things to an urban scale:  A low-cost, low-power, low-bandwidth but wide-range network that is so cheap, volunteer groups are setting up city-wide test networks.  And even right here in my home city

LoRaWAN

An interesting development in applying the Internet of Things to an urban scale:  A low-cost, low-power, low-bandwidth but wide-range network that is so cheap, volunteer groups are setting up city-wide test networks.  And even right here in my home city

aurora + gooee

Aurora Lighting is launching a new independent startup called Gooee that is focused on creating an “Internet of Things” platform solution for lighting systems. I’m most impressed by the recent presentation from Aurora’s CMO Neil Salt at the 2015 Smart

aurora + gooee

Aurora Lighting is launching a new independent startup called Gooee that is focused on creating an “Internet of Things” platform solution for lighting systems. I’m most impressed by the recent presentation from Aurora’s CMO Neil Salt at the 2015 Smart

openAIS project

OpenAIS is a new EU-funded research consortium which is developing open standards for Internet protocol (IP)-based lighting networks, specifically for office applications.  Philips Lighting, Zumtobel and Johnson Controls are among the participants. Good luck guys…the industry really needs this! From the

openAIS project

OpenAIS is a new EU-funded research consortium which is developing open standards for Internet protocol (IP)-based lighting networks, specifically for office applications.  Philips Lighting, Zumtobel and Johnson Controls are among the participants. Good luck guys…the industry really needs this! From the