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ICYMI Through April 25, 2022

Added to IoTplaybook or last updated on: 05/06/2022
ICYMI through November 12, 2018

Those with lawns know that April showers don’t bring May flowers as much as the return of weekends ruined with yard work. If you must mow, get the best tool you can. Toro makes some nice mowers, but if you really want to finish fast, get the Toro 74090 Z Master 7500 96” Zero Turn Mower. Under $40k!

Palo Alto Networks’ IoT Security Solution received certification from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP).

The apartment, excuse me, multi-dwelling units, vertical remains hot, as residents demand control over at least some of the IoT devices in their units, according to Parks Associates. In another piece, Parks offers ways for IoT integrators to get in on the smart lighting vertical for consumers.

LoRaWAN carrier Senet and the Helium Network will work together, including expanding the LoRaWAN market to including Helium-compatible hotspots.

GCN reports that while some may think the metaverse is hype looking for market, some cities are experimenting with metaverse-enabling technologies, including IoT.

A startup hopes adopting digital twin technology for medical research will speed development of new treatments.

Meanwhile, water sector specialist Idrica will apply digital twin technology to water distribution, sanitation, and sewage systems around the world.

Those supporting Sigfox products should feel less nervous about future support now that UnaBiz from Singapore bought the Sigfox assets out of receivership.

Smart light and smart locks are just two of the areas where IoT helps the self-storage industry, and more are coming. Hope this doesn’t ruin the Storage Wars TV show.

RCR Wireless has some interesting thoughts on “Driving Incremental Revenue with IoT Services.”

This week’s “IoT 101” article comes from TechGenyz.

Can the IoT fill the place of the employees that companies can’t find to hire? The hospitality and healthcare industries in particular hope so.

From Mint in India, an “Expert View” on how IoT and AI drive value for fleet management firms. Sadly, driver safety is a major concern. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation relies on IoT for track construction as well.

From our friends at Hackster.io:

Map the outdoors with Blues Wireless and display location data of whatever you attach your device to on a dashboard.