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Internet of Things News Headline Updated on 18 June 2020 – HPE Aruba ESP, Taoglas, LvLogics, Vodafone, Microsoft, SAS, IBM, SOTI, Honeywell, and more

The headline on 18 June 2020

HPE Aruba solves edge problems before they happen. Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has introduced the Aruba ESP edge services platform, an AI-powered, cloud-native platform that predicts and resolves problems at the network edge before they happen. Read more: > Aruba introduces new Aruba ESP Edge Services Platform

Taoglas and LvLogics design IoT silo monitor. Irish companies Taoglas and LvLogics, a specialist in measuring solid levels in difficult environments, have announced a self-cleaning silo monitoring IoT system for farmers, and wood pellet and biomass users. Read more: LvLogics and Taoglas Partner to Commercialize Revolutionary Silo Monitoring IoT Solution

We worked with @LvLogics to develop a custom #silomonitoring solution that automatically monitors and manages silo levels w/ secure access to a cloud platform that presents real-time data: #smartsensor #smartfarming #antenna #5G

— Taoglas (@Taoglas) June 16, 2020

Vodafone heat camera helps rugby club return to training. The Wasps Rugby Club in Coventry, UK, has installed Vodafone’s heat detection camera at its Broadstreet training facility to help safeguard staff and players as they return to training. Read more: Vodafone UK News Centre > Wasps turn to heat detection camera to help safe return to training

Microsoft and SAS partner on analytics and AI. SAS and Microsoft have formed a partnership they say will shape the future of analytics and artificial intelligence (AI). Read more: Microsoft News Center > SAS and Microsoft partner to further shape the future of analytics and AI

STM reference design uses Sigfox for contact tracing. Swiss semiconductor firm ST Microelectronics has introduced a reference design that uses Bluetooth LE and the Sigfox network for monitoring social distancing and providing contact tracing in response to global or local pandemics. Read more: STMicroelectronics’ Reference Design Enables Compact and Cost-Effective Wearables with Social-Distancing, Contact-Tracing, and Remote Capabilities

IBM acquires cyber-security firm Spanugo. IBM is acquiring Spanugo, a California-based provider of cloud cyber-security posture management to meet the security demands of its clients in highly regulated industries. IBM will integrate Spanugo software into its public cloud. Read more: IBM News Room > IBM Acquires Assets from Spanugo

Soti removes barriers to IoT device management. Ontario-based Soti says it has removed major barriers to IoT ownership and efficient device management with the latest release of its enterprise-grade IoT manager, Connect v1.2. Read more: SOTI > The Next Generation of IoT Management: Introducing SOTI Connect v1.2

Honeywell hopes to fly autonomously high. Honeywell has formed a business unit dedicated to the growing unmanned aerial systems and urban air mobility industries. The business unit will combine the firm’s technology, software, services, and certification expertise. Read more: Honeywell Forms Business Unit Dedicated To Unmanned Aerial Systems And Urban Air Mobility

Sectigo YouTube channels guide engineers on IoT security. New Jersey cyber-security company Sectigo has started a YouTube channel offering engineers guidance for securing IoT products. Read more: New IoT Security YouTube Video Series Offers Engineers Valuable Guidance for Securing Connected IoT Products and Solutions

Winbond tunes memory to Qualcomm NB-IoT modem. Taiwanese company Winbond Electronics has developed a type of semiconductor memory designed for use with cellular NB-IoT modules. An early user is Qualcomm for its LTE modems. Read more: Winbond Introduces a New Unique and Innovative Product QspiNAND Flash for Use With the Qualcomm® 9205 LTE Modem

Alex Lim is a certified IT Technical Support Architect with over 15 years of experience in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting complex IT systems and networks. He has worked for leading IT companies, such as Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, providing technical support and solutions to clients across various industries and sectors. Alex has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the National University of Singapore and a master’s degree in information security from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also the author of several best-selling books on IT technical support, such as The IT Technical Support Handbook and Troubleshooting IT Systems and Networks. Alex lives in Bandar, Johore, Malaysia with his wife and two chilrdren. You can reach him at [email protected] or follow him on Website | Twitter | Facebook

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