12. July 2017 · Comments Off on Global ZigBee Home Automation Market Research Report 2017-2022 · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Global ZigBee Home Automation Market Report 2017 is a professional and deep research report in this field. For overview analysis, the report introduces ZigBee Home Automation basic information including definition, classification, application, Market chain structure, Market overview, policy analysis, and news analysis, etc.

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28. June 2017 · Comments Off on Global Smart Grid Sensors Market Major Manufacturers, Product Types, application, Share, Analysis · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

The Smart Grid Sensors research report by QY Research represents an inclusive evaluation of the Global Smart Grid Sensors Market and comprises considerable insights, historical data, facts, and statistical and industry-validated data of the global market. Additionally, it consists of estimated data that is evaluated with the help of suitable set of methodologies and assumptions. The research report highlights informative data and in-depth analysis of Smart Grid Sensors market and its corresponding segments that are based on technology, geography, and applications.

Source: Global Smart Grid Sensors Market Major Manufacturers, Product Types, application, Share, Analysis – 2017 – openPR

09. September 2016 · Comments Off on “Neural Dust” Sensors Could Lead to Implantable Wearables · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

“Neural dust” is a term used to describe tiny sensors designed by the EECS department of UC Berkeley. In a paper released this month, Berkeley researchers revealed that they’ve recorded the first in-vivo readings from implanted dust.This research is a long time coming. In 2013, the team published research detailing their research on their use of ultrasound with CMOS circuitry. In 2015, they released another paper that further focused on theory, modeling, and scaling.The resultant prototype in this most recent announcement is a step towards sensors that can be safely implanted in the brain. It’s also a step towards a future where wearable technology could be implanted directly inside the body.

Source: “Neural Dust” Sensors Could Lead to Implantable Wearables – News

16. June 2016 · Comments Off on The Internet of Whatever? Consumers don’t care about connected smart homes, PwC research reveals · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Forget the Internet of Things (IoT), it’s more like the Internet of Whatever among consumers right now.Despite the hype growing around smart homes – from fridges that can tell you what items you’ve run out of, to controlling your lights from a smartphone – the majority of people don’t have much interest in the new technology, new research reveals.Almost three quarters of consumers are not bothered about having smart technology in their homes in the coming years, according to a survey of more than 2,000 people by PwC.

Source: The Internet of Whatever? Consumers don’t care about connected smart homes, PwC research reveals | City A.M.

01. June 2016 · Comments Off on Qualcomm has the most valuable IoT patent portfolio · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Qualcomm holds the most IoT-related patents right now, and those patents have a very high value, according to a new study by LexInnova, which provides research and consulting on patent law. The study found that Qualcomm holds 724 IoT-related patents, just ahead of Intel’s 688.Chinese networking provider ZTE, which came in third place, only has 351 IoT patents.

Source: Qualcomm has the most valuable IoT patent portfolio – Business Insider