Q&A with Cisco Canada’s Bill MacGowanMarch 3, 2019
“There is a firm belief now that buildings are going to move off of AC power to low-voltage DC power systems. And that gets very interesting.”
TIA and UL collaborating to advance the Smart Buildings marketplaceFebruary 22, 2019
The two organizations will work to create a list of relevant standards for smart buildings, develop training content for smart buildings characteristics and criteria, and provide information on the value proposition of smart buildings.
Markham and Bell partner for Smart City initiativeFebruary 7, 2019
Supported by Bell’s broadband networks, IBM technology will be used to aggregate data gathered from the various IoT monitoring solutions from Bell with the city’s open data to provide a consolidated digital dashboard view of city operations.
Chatsworth aquires R. F. MoteFebruary 7, 2019
By adding Canadian manufacturing and assembly capabilities Chatsworth is now better positioned to serve the Canadian market with shorter lead times.
Nokia conducts first field trial of probabilistically shaped wavelengths in fiber opticFebruary 7, 2019
The high level of performance and flexibility will enable maximum capacity of every network fiber, ensuring their fiber optic backbone network will meet the demands of video traffic and 5G mobile broadband.
Legrand’s 2019 Outlook for building control systemsJanuary 24, 2019
The introduction of greater security measures for wireless digital lighting will help the electrical and lighting industries lead the IoT revolution in the built environment.
Counterpoint Research: Top 10 IoT Trends for 2019January 24, 2019
Edge computing and resolving security issues will be among the major trends predicted for the year ahead.
Welcome to BIoT Canada: replacing Connections+January 11, 2019
We look forward to sharing the latest news, solutions and products related to this emerging industry that is transforming today’s automated buildings into intelligent (or smart) structures.
Deutsche Telekom and Ericsson demonstrate fiber-like results with wireless backhaulJanuary 11, 2019
A milestone in the evolution from today’s 10Gbps reality toward the 100Gbps future, the partners achieved four times greater data throughput (40Gbps) compared to current commercial millimeter wave solutions to prove the commercial viability of future wireless backhaul technology.
The hunt to cure Alzheimer’s: A data case studyDecember 27, 2018
By Paul Barker The power of data is evident daily at the Queensland Brain Institute (QBI) in Brisbane, Australia, which specializes in neuroscience research and is one of the largest of its kind in the world. According to Jim Brown,…