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ICYMI Through June 13, 2022

Added to IoTplaybook or last updated on: 06/20/2022
ICYMI through November 12, 2018

You know that sinking feeling when you accidentally double-click an item and order two items? Sometimes it’s not too bad, like two bags of cat food rather than one. You know you’ll need it eventually. But who double-clicked on “Hot Summer” this time? When Chicago’s temps top South Texas, a mistake has been made.

Utility Week discusses five things about IoT to help their industry, including detecting and addressing leaks, one of their BHAGs, or Big Hairy Audacious Goals.

CXO Today outlines how readers can transform businesses with IoT.

Today’s IoT Security 101 article is from Analytics Insight.

Tokyo Tech researchers produced a chip that someday may enable millimeter-wave 5G signals to transmit power as well. The chip can send and receive the wireless power signals.

The home medical vertical keeps growing, as evidenced by Parks Associates research finding that 64% of broadband households used a telehealth service in the past 12 months. Seems likely since isolation is a too-common prescription today.

Forbes calls the home one of the largest IoT marketplaces, and suggests integrators focus more on residential opportunities.

Researchers at the University of Virginia are working to build IoT devices, such as smart lighting controllers, on reprogrammable devices such as the Raspberry Pi to extend their life to match the systems they monitor.

And another article on different ways to extend the life of IoT devices.

A research team at the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) used ultra-low latency to simultaneously control robots and other Industrial IoT equipment in Korea and Finland.

Cybercrime is seemingly everywhere, so why not explore IoT forensics?

The Wabash Heartland Innovation Network will install radio towers with Senet LoRaWAN technology to support IoT activity across 10 counties in north-central Indiana.

Here’s an update from Nokia on IoT innovation efforts to go beyond the hype cycle, since 86% of survey respondents in 2021 see IoT as a priority, and 89% plan to increase their IoT budget.

Fresh news from the Curiosity Lab in the City of Peachtree Corners and their efforts in developing smart city pilots and proof of concept projects with real-world testing.

Advantech and Actility have a joint Edge Solution-Ready Package to help you deploy your private LoRaWAN network using an Advantech Industrial Embedded Automation Computer with a pre-installed Actility ThingPark LoRaWAN network server.

1NCE’s flat-rate connectivity network will reach more of the Asia-Pacific region with SoftBank as an equity owner and partner.

VanillaPlus has a carrier focus, but this list of four IoT as a Service companies will be useful for many.

Squeezing savings in logistics matters more than ever, and Samsara’s IoT tools help trucking companies improve fuel efficiency, reduce vehicle idling, and more.

To the ever-growing “teen making you feel inadequate” file, add this: Fossa Systems in Madrid launched 13 commercial satellites for IoT networking this year, led by Julian Fenandez of Barcelona, who is just 19.

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Everyone loves cute little robots, right? Nikola is a smart companion bot that takes a photo whenever it sees the right QR code from a phone, using Arduino Nicla Vision.