NRC and University of Waterloo create new IoT collaboration hubJune 17, 2019
This new innovation centre will lead to discoveries and advances including publications, patents, and the commercialization of technology.
Honeywell launches Forge for BuildingsJune 6, 2019
A cloud-based software that will help optimize and transform building portfolios using advanced data analytics.
Zigbee Alliance announces the ‘All Hubs Initiative’June 6, 2019
An initiative to make IoT products easier to develop, deploy, and sell across ecosystems, the product of this effort is a set of features at the application and network layers of Zigbee that will be incorporated into the upcoming 3.1 version of Zigbee technology.
Rogers investing in NB-IoT network technologyMay 23, 2019
The technology is best used for asset monitoring, industrial automation, smart meters and smart cities.
IEEE publishes three IEEE 802.3 standard amendments for greater Ethernet functionalityApril 23, 2019
The amendments provide physical layers, and associated control and management parameters, for increased network Ethernet speeds, enhanced backplane applications and improved delivery of power over Ethernet.
LoRa Alliance and DLMS user association bringing IoT to utilitiesApril 4, 2019
By using DLMS over LoRaWAN networks, utilities will achieve network connectivity that supports smart metering use cases – gas, electricity, thermal energy and water – across many different IoT applications.
APOLAN lays out 5 trends driving Passive Optical LAN adoptionApril 4, 2019
With the future predicted to bring continued growth in business data use, and even greater growth in sensor data, fiber is the 21st century media for LAN.
Kontrol Energy adds IoT building asset monitoring solutionsMarch 21, 2019
“Predictive maintenance and real-time management of equipment, energy assets and facilities is a rapidly growing global market which will be part of our organic growth in 2019 and beyond.”
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.