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From industrial machines ordering parts for their own servicing schedules to a print room printer ordering toner, the list is growing incredibly fast..
The items we can relate too such as smart home-based devices that you can control from your smartphone are becoming the norm, but it’s the industrial and business sectors, such as retail, agriculture and smart buildings where the real growth is anticipated in the coming years. The detailed data collected from these devices can be utilised in many ways and when analysed can help improve the business process as well as enrich the lives of individuals.
Sponsored by ON Semi
June 18, 2018 08:24
ON Semiconductor's IoT Development Kit (IDK) offers a configurable rapid prototyping platform for industrial IoT, Smart City/Building, and mHealth applications.
September 4, 2018 14:26
Ultra-Low-Power is a term that is thrown around the semiconductor industry, especially with regards to Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). What features should a designer look for in their BLE applications to have a truly “Ultra-Low-Power” device?
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