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3 Ways Low-Power, Low-Latency Devices Will Impact Healthcare IoT

According to a 2017 report by Markets and Markets, the Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare market is projected to reach $158.07 billion by 2022. As IoT devices revolutionize the medical landscape and provide numerous benefits to our long-term health, making sure these devices work reliably and efficiently is crucial. Below are three ways low-power low-latency healthcare […]

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Low Power Internet of Things

Power Players in the Internet of Things

Innovators, businesses, and consumers alike are eagerly catching the Internet of Things (IoT) wave as it gains momentum and magnitude. The technology that will continue to power this wave of connected devices remains debatable, however, as there are a number of power players contending for the spotlight in the low power Internet of Things space. […]

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How to make batteries last longer: An Introduction to IEEE 802:11 Wake-Up Radio

Make Batteries Last Longer: IEEE 802.11 Wake-Up Radio

It’s no secret that our increasingly technological world depends on increasingly available and sustainable energy sources. The onset of the Internet of Things (IoT) is only adding to this need. Imagine farmers using sensors in smart agriculture to monitor soil moisture and track their animals’ locations/conditions. Or imagine an elderly or ill person at home […]

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Extend battery life in your wearable with Wake-Up Radio from IEEE

Can You Extend Battery Life in Your Wearable?

Wearables have taken the accessory market by storm. Gone are the days of wearing a simple analog watch that only tells the time; at least not when you can get one that tracks your steps, monitors your heart rate, syncs with apps on your smart phone, and much more. But how long will your wearable […]

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How Smart is Your Smart Home? from IEEE Continuing and Professional Education

How Smart is your Smart Home?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly cropping up all around us, especially on the smart home front. Voice assistants responding to your verbal requests or smart phones serving as all-in-one remote controls over various home devices are only the first rays of this dawning digital revolution. A recent study by Intel Corporation revealed that […]

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Why we need low power, low latency devices

Why We Need Low-Power, Low-Latency Devices

We need low-power, low-latency devices. The Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding rapidly, creating an environment of devices and sensors that in many cases will function entirely on batteries. In some use cases where batteries are difficult or even impossible to change (environmental sensors, etc.), the length of the battery life may determine the useful […]

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