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25 Jun 2017 Islands Of Connectivity: How Iot Keeps Growing [64393]
insideBIGDATA, June 14th 2017

"In this special guest feature, William Webb, IEEE Fellow and CEO of Weightless SIG, takes a high-level look at the IoT hype cycle and where we stand at this particular point in time. William Webb is an IEEE Fellow and the CEO of the Weightless SIG, the standards body developing a new global M2M technology. He is a Director at Webb Search, an independent consultancy, and President of the IET..." - insideBIGDATA
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22 Jun 2017 For IoT Over WiFi, 802.11ax Is the New HaLow [64451]
NetworkComputing, June 22nd 2017

"The new .ax standard is better equipped than HaLow to support the internet of things.

The Wi-Fi Alliance endorsed IEEE 802.11ah for IoT connectivity nearly 18 months ago and dubbed it HaLow. The standard operates in the unlicensed frequency spectrum below 1 GHz and in narrow channel widths of 1 and 2 MHz.

Since IoT applications don't need large data pipes, HaLow provides for data rates as low as 150 Kbps. It has protocol provisions for the long sleep times for clients, because many IoT applications only require intermittent data transfers. Altogether, HaLow provides for lower power consumption, lower complexity and longer range for IoT clients..."
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14 Jun 2017 Islands Of Connectivity: How Iot Keeps Growing [64294]
insideBIGDATA, June 14th 2017

"In this special guest feature, William Webb, IEEE Fellow and CEO of Weightless SIG, takes a high-level look at the IoT hype cycle and where we stand at this particular point in time. William Webb is an IEEE Fellow and the CEO of the Weightless SIG, the standards body developing a new global M2M technology. He is a Director at Webb Search, an independent consultancy, and President of the IET..."
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15 May 2017 Virtual Top Hats Allow Swarming Robots To Fly In Tight Formation [63527]
Science Daily, May 15th 2017

"Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have created a team of free-flying robots that obeys the two rules of the air: don't collide or undercut each other. They've also built autonomous blimps that recognize hand gestures and detect faces.

Both projects will be presented at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) May 29 -- June 3 in Singapore.

In the first, five swarm quadcopters zip back and forth in formation, then change their behaviors based on user commands. The trick is to maneuver without smacking into each other or flying underneath another machine. If a robot cuts into the airstream of a higher flying quadcopter, the lower machine must quickly recover from the turbulent air or risk falling out of the sky..."
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14 May 2017 Do You Need 2.5 And 5 Gigabit Ethernet? [63198]
Network Computing, May 3rd 2017

"Here are some reasons enterprises may want to leverage the new IEEE standard," writes Andrew Froehlich in Network Computing.

"Considering how long it usually takes the IEEE to ratify critical networking standards, its rapid standardization of the NBASE-T Alliance's development of 2.5 and 5 Gigabit Ethernet over Cat 5e and 6 copper cabling was surprising. In just under two years since the NBASE-T Alliance formed, the IEEE approved the alliance's recommendations and published the 802.3bz standard. Considering all the effort to accelerate industry standards for multi-gigabit Ethernet over copper cables, the demand for such a technology must be sky-high, right?..."
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