October 2014


Feature Article



The Glass Cockpit Boardroom

The Internet of Things is changing the dynamics of the boardroom as traditional C-suite graphs and charts based on months-old data are replaced by dynamically assembled dashboards of business context, interpreted, real-time and interactive data. Today’s newest entrants to the workforce never experienced the world before the Internet or cell phones. So naturally, business dynamics are changing. These young workers have a totally different perspective on what’s possible, in part because they’re arriving at their desks just as the Internet and cellular industries converge to create two revolutionary new spaces: The Internet of Things and Big Data.


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Online registration for Internet of Things West will expire Oct. 30th. Register today to secure the lowest possible rate for this ground breaking IoT event. Your full conference registration will grant access to the show's technical program, networking functions/meals, cocktail reception and the co-located Remote Monitoring and Control 2014 and Antenna Systems 2014 conference programs.


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  Industry News

Wearable Tech and IoT Pave the Way for a $300m Printed/Thin/Flexible Batteries Market

Form factor is becoming a major driver shaping innovation and transforming the energy storage industry globally. This is fueled by the emergence of new market categorizes such as wearable electronic devices and Internet of Things (IoT), which demand thinness and flexibility. - click here to read more


Research Sees Structural Electronics Market Potentially Reach $60 Billion by 2025

Aircraft, and later cars, will have a nervous system like a human being, instantly alerting to touch and damage. Aircraft will have no passenger windows, instead displaying a moving color picture of what you would see from a window in the position where the window used to be. - click here to read more


Telit Technology Helps Conservationists Track Koalas And Monitor Their Welfare

Telit Wireless Solutions has released details of a tracking solution for koalas.  LX Design House, an Australian IoT and M2M contract electronics design consultancy, has been working with a local conservation program to develop “the ultimate Koala tracking collar". - click here to read more


Paradox Engineering and Deutsche Telekom Develop Common IoT Solution Offerings

Paradox Engineering SA is partnering with Deutsche Telekom to expand their common Internet of Things and Machine-to-Machine portfolio. The combination of Paradox Engineering’s technologies and Deutsche Telekom’s network services will enable industrial companies to smarter manage their assets and plants. - click here to read more


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  New Products

Artila Releases WinCE Ready Programmable Gateway for IoT

Artila Electronics has launched the Matrix-618, an ARM9 WinCE embedded computer. Matrix-618 is a WinCE ready programmable communication gateway for remote device management, M2M and IoT applications. - click here to read more


Compact Osram Sensor Improves Fitness Monitoring

Osram Opto Semiconductors has developed a new optical sensor for automatic fitness tracking. The SFH 7050 is Osram’s first integrated optical sensor. It is designed for use in mobile devices, such as smart watches and fitness armbands. - click here to read more


ON Semiconductor Announces SiP Solution for sensing in Portable Medical Devices

ON Semiconductor has responded to evolving product development demands within the portable medical market by introducing Struix, a semi-customizable System-in-Package (SiP) solution for precision sensing and monitoring in a variety of mobile medical electronics. - click here to read more


Moxa Introduces 4G LTE Enabled Embedded RISC Computing Platform

Moxa has introduced its UC-8100 RISC computer, an embedded computing platform specifically designed for large scale, big data WAN applications in solar and other energy monitoring systems, as well as in distributed industrial automation. - click here to read more



Event Listings


2015 IoT North America Show Dates Announced

Internet of Things North America has announced its 2015 conferences dates. The event will be held in Chicago on April 15-16, and will be co-located with Webcom’s newest event: the Device Technology Summit. After a successful inaugural event in Milwaukee, the show will move to the Windy City while still covering advanced connectivity, big data and cloud based monitoring/control of devices, facilities, automobiles and enterprise operations.


For more information visit and if you missed the 2014 IoT North America, check out the show recap video.

PlantComm World Conference Announced

PlantComm World, an innovative new trade fair focused on communications and control technology for industrial and manufacturing operations, has been announced by Webcom Communications. The event will be held May 13-14, 2015 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. It will consist of one day of in-depth workshops and a two-day conference and an exhibition of related industrial networking and telemetry products and services.


The event is designed to serve the needs of managers, engineers and technical professionals involved in communication and control networks at manufacturing plants, industrial operations, buildings and facilities, and critical infrastructure facilities such as hospitals, airports, transportation systems, government sites and utilities.


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