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With fears that LiDAR and radar sensors could be adversely affected by poor lighting and weather conditions, one company has been inspired by the viper’s ability to see in the dark.
Tempo Automation is pumping out small batches of circuit boards for top tech and defense companies — attracted by its partially automated assembly line — from a squat white building tucked beneath a highway in the warehouse district of San Francisco.
According to Statista, the smart home market will approach $40 billion in the U.S. alone in the coming year. Mitchell Klein, executive director at Z-Wave Alliance, explains how Z-Wave products can talk to each other.
The tech giants are demanding a continuous stream of customer information from smart-home manufacturers, prompting privacy concerns.
Khronos Group aims to establish 3D assets standard for cross-vendor ecommerce.
The 10 young companies profiled here are developing everything from IoT intrusion prevention tools to IIoT/OT cybersecurity suites to firmware-hardening services. As cyber-attackers shift their focus to the IoT, startups like these may well end up being your first line of defense.
Control4 has launched its biggest user update in years, with Smart Home OS 3 promising to “set a new standard for the smart home.”
The Khronos Group has announced the ratification and public release of the OpenXR 0.90 provisional specification for royalty-free standards related to augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality VR devices, collectively known as XR.
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