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Safety and Wellness Wearable Protects Loved Ones

720 Views May 24, 2017

Necessity is the mother of invention. Jacqueline Ros and Andrea Perdomo are the mothers of Revolar. They founded the company and developed their wearable safety product from unfortunate experience: the feeling of helplessness that comes from family members finding themselves in unsafe situations and unable to communicate. 

What is Revolar? It is a small wearable that can be worn discreetly on …

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by Michael Markowitz

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Smart Parking becoming a reality

1K Views January 25, 2017

Hate wasting time driving around looking for a parking spot? While circling the streets or parking lots, we waste time, add to traffic congestion, increase carbon emissions and, if you ultimately give up and go home, hurt the economy.

Good news! Technological advancements and standardized specifications (LoRaWAN™) that support IoT devices, including low-power wide-area networks and wireless RF technology, …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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Big Goals Drive Euro Alliance for IoT Innovation

637 Views January 9, 2017

AIOTI Members

The Internet of Things (IoT) is on a trajectory to connect 45 billion things by 2020. So the European Commission created the Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation (AIOTI) to develop a dynamic IoT ecosystem in Europe. In large part, this aims to leverage the unique opportunity of new markets to invigorate Europe’s industry, address demographic changes, and transform growing cities …

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by Michael Markowitz

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ST Powering Big Trends at CES 2017

845 Views January 7, 2017

As the tech masses gathered in Las Vegas this week for the 50th annual CES conference, ST technology was powering some of the hottest trends.

AI & Smart Assistants:  Voice-activated “smart assistants” are everywhere. Just speak and they can help you with almost anything you need to do. These assistants are now in smartphones, home automation devices, and Smart-Home applications …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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S2-LP Transceiver, Wireless Communicators Last 10 Years on a Single Battery

971 Views November 29, 2016

As 2016 comes to a close and we look back at this year’s technological advancements one thing is clear ; the tech world is increasingly becoming wireless and the transition is sometimes painful. Whether it is the removal of the 120-year-old audio jack from cellphones, the disappearance of the cables of our charging systems, or something as complex as linking …

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by olm_writer

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Enabling the Evolution of the City into the Smart City

352 Views November 16, 2016

At ST, “smart” means doing things more efficiently and flexibly, safer, in a more sustainable manner, and with a better experience for the people at the center. Today, ST is enabling the evolution of cities into smart cities through a unique portfolio of technologies, products, and solutions.

Cities and homes provide numerous opportunities to apply smart technologies—lighting, transportation and parking, …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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How to set up a complete LoRa ™ node in just 10 minutes

3.4K Views October 28, 2016

STM32 LoRa Nucleo Pack

We’ve been talking about LoRa™ a lot recently. In our post Wireless Low Power WANS: An Internet of “Things” Spread Across a City, we looked at how this technology is being used to save energy and make our cities safer, using the city of Amsterdam as an example. In the post LoRa, Three Boards to Master this One-Million-Node IoT Network we examined the P-NUCLEO-LRWAN1 development …

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by Colin Long

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ST Developers Conference 2016 online – for those who couldn’t make it in person

450 Views October 14, 2016

The ST Developers Conference 2016 took place in Santa Clara, California on October 4th with more than 600 attendees. In order to share the proceedings with those that were unable to travel so far or who had conflicting engagements, we have created some dedicated post-event web pages for you.

We have now loaded all the presentations, organised by subject track:

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by Colin Long

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