Jani Lyrintzis, vice president and general manager at Bittium, highlights the wireless-engineering services that his company brings to the Internet of Things (IoT) space, including work as a partner for Verizon’s ThingSpace. Lyrintzis also talks about development of a next-generation public-safety device that could be announced later this year.
Alfonso Iniguez, founder and CEO of Swarm Technology, demonstrates how the startup company’s patented technology lets connected drones and robots respond as a coordinated group to mission-focused commands as efficiently as possible, rather than having each object controlled individually. Based on concepts developed after years of observing ants, this “solidarity cell architure” provides the distributed artificial intelligence needed to coordinate the robots or drones.
Peter Fenn, Avnet’s global technical marketing manager for microcontrollers and wireless connectivity, showcases components that are available to developers through its partnership with AT&T and highlights Avnet’s versatility in the Internet of Things (IoT) space.
Join us on May 14 in Santa Clara, Calif., for IWCE’s IoT Saving Lives, a one-day workshop that will explore the Internet of Life Saving Things (IoLST) and its impact on public safety, governments and other critical-communications initiatives. This is a pre-conference event conducted in conjunction with Internet of Things World, a sister event to IWCE.
FirstNet announces that nationwide contractor AT&T has delivered upon its promise to complete a dedicated public-safety LTE evolved packet core to serve FirstNet’s subscribers on schedule, while a key AT&T official dismisses concerns of communications issues between FirstNet and Verizon subscribers.
Larry Emmett of JVCKENWOOD USA demonstrates the company’s development of a high-resolution location system that is designed to help enterprises track personnel and key physical assets to enable greater safety and efficiency within the workplace.
Solutions that provide accurate, updated maps of buildings are needed for first responders to benefit fully from modern location technology. The ability to get X- Y- and Z-axis location data is wonderful; but if you can’t plot that information on a map, it isn’t helpful.
Fargo, ND- Feb 27, 2018 – IDA, a leading independent provider of Location Services and Situational Awareness solutions, and Harris Corporation have signed an agreement giving Harris the ability to resell IDA’s TrakIt application in North America and worldwide. The agreement provides Harris with the opportunity to leverage IDA technology and provide public safety, energy, […]