Home / Internet Of Things (page 4)

Internet Of Things

Internet Of Things

Intel to spin-off and sell Wind River Software to TPG

Wind River, an IoT and industrial operating system owned by Intel will be acquired by TPG, global alternative asset firm. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Intel had bought Wind River Systems for $884 million in 2009 Wind River operates in several markets, including aerospace and defense, automotive, industrial, …

Read More »

Building the ecosystem to success

In the regular new column on the evolving Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem, Antony Savvas looks at a number of interesting industry developments. Ericsson, Volvo Construction Equipment and Telia are operating Sweden’s first 5G network for industrial use at Volvo CE’s research and development facility in Eskilstuna, a municipality around …

Read More »

IoT in retail: a closer look at food retail

IoT in retail: a closer look at food retail – Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog Internet of Things Digital transformation IoT in retail is a very big topic for the industry. What applies to the retail industry in general, is particularly true for the food retail industry. Being driven by cost and …

Read More »

Sensor-based baby sock Owlet banks $24M Series B

Owlet, a connected-baby care company raised a $24 million Series B investment from Trilogy Equity Partners, with participation from existing investors, including Eclipse Ventures, Broadway Angels, and Enfield Ventures, and the addition Pelion Venture Partners. Owlet Android App Owlet’s core product is a baby sock that contains a smart sensor. …

Read More »

How to reduce traffic accidents with IoT data

How to reduce traffic accidents with IoT data – Bosch ConnectedWorld Blog Source: iStock/spukkato Timo Gessmann Timo Gessmann was the director of the Bosch IoT Lab until June 2019. Together with his team, he worked on IoT-enabled new business fields with a focus on mobility, energy and health as well …

Read More »