We round-up the newest and most exciting internet of things products and services designed to make life for parents of newborns easier.
Posts in M2M
Posted on 14th Jan 2015 by Manfred Kube in M2M
In another post looking at one of our IoTMaker entries in detail, we delve into the brilliant e-Pot idea from Mohamed Khalil Zendah.
Posted on 13th Jan 2015 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
The IoT market is expanding rapidly. We take a look at what’s recently become more fact and fiction.
Posted on 7th Jan 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in M2M
Mercedes-Benz announced its latest connected car offering this week at CES, touting a ‘luxury self-driving’ concept. With 90% of cars due to have built-in connectivity by 2020, we discuss the cyber security implications here.
Posted on 23rd Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
After spotting a great post from the Wireless Noodle covering a few IoT highlights from this Christmas season, we’ve decided to put together our own IoT Christmas wish list.
Posted on 16th Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
An introduction to our M2M Holiday Countdown Calendar – instead of chocolate, readers will receive a nugget of M2M knowledge. There are also chances to win an iPad Air for those who answer the trivia questions correctly.
Posted on 10th Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
We’ve brought together the best of the IoT Twitterverse from November in honor of those who entered our #IoT Maker Challenge.
Posted on 5th Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
Vinicius Senger, Yara Senger and charity Devoxx4Kids are running a session for kids in Santa Clara, CA, training them in home automation powered by Arduino, Raspberry Pi and the Gemalto Concept Board in December 21
Posted on 3rd Dec 2014 by Manfred Kube in M2M
Avid readers of the blog will know we’ve been running a competition to find the next big thing in the Internet of Things. The IoT Maker challenge is now officially closed for submissions, and we’ve had some fantastic ideas from around the globe.
Posted on 28th Nov 2014 by Manfred Kube in M2M
Mobile tracking in phones will soon help UK 999 operators track the location of emergencies to within 30m; connected cars will automatically call for help in the case of road incidents, and watches now come equipped with life-saving SOS buttons.