Posts Tagged ‘internet of things’

Young IoT innovators will shape the future of communication and modern living

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Posted on 17th Oct 2014 by in M2M

The future of our connected world will be shaped by IoT innovators; we need to act now to ensure future IoT makers are inspired and supported.

Our mini-guide to coming up with your #IoTMaker idea

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Posted on 16th Oct 2014 by in M2M

Some inspiration and advice to help you enter the Gemalto #IoTMaker Challenge

IoT Maker Challenge: The possibilities are endless

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Posted on 13th Oct 2014 by in M2M

We’ve seen more entries flood in for the IoT Maker challenge. Got a great idea? Share it with us using #IoTMaker on Twitter.

Gemalto M2M Fact or Fiction Quiz: Thanks for playing!

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Posted on 10th Oct 2014 by in M2M

Our Fact or Fiction quiz series is over, but there’s plenty more from the world of M2M to think about.

M2M Fact or Fiction: Wearable technology for your pet dog?

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Posted on 7th Oct 2014 by in M2M

In the final post in our Fact or Fiction series, we look into the potential for the pet wearable technology market.

M2M Fact or Fiction: Electroshock ‘Shockpace™’ running shoes

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Posted on 6th Oct 2014 by in M2M

In post ten in our Fact or Fiction series, we consider the use of accelerometers, GPS and electroshock treatment in the perfect motivational package.

M2M Fact or Fiction: Robot repair detection on the railway lines

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Posted on 3rd Oct 2014 by in

In post nine in our Fact or Fiction series, we look into if and how sensors embedded in railway lines can stave off accidents and disasters

M2M Fact or Fiction: Personalized car comfort

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Posted on 2nd Oct 2014 by in M2M

In post eight, we look into how smart keys can deliver a personalized driving experience.

M2M Fact or Fiction: Belt-tightening waist-management system

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Posted on 1st Oct 2014 by in M2M

In post seven in our Fact or Fiction series, we consider the possibility of using pressure sensors in belts to provide motivation for healthy eating and exercise.

M2M Fact or Fiction: Smart sugar monitors

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Posted on 30th Sep 2014 by in M2M

In post six in our Fact or Fiction series, we examine the possibilities of M2M technology in delivering more in-depth healthcare monitoring automation.