Thursday, May 26, 2022

Internet of Things

A fully woven, smart display

A 46-inch woven display with smart sensors, energy harvesting, and storage integrated directly into the fabric.

A tiny microsupercapacitor (MSC) ideal for wearable devices

UNIST scientists have developed a tiny microsupercapacitor (MSC) that can be directly integrated with an electronic chip. As small as the width of a...

New Wi-Fi chip for the IoT devices consumes 5,000 times less energy

Replacing the batteries in a security camera once a month or remembering to charge a smart speaker is not such a difficult task, but...

MIT’s inexpensive ‘smart surface’ could amplify Wi-Fi signal by ten times

A cheap and easy way to improve a Wi-Fi or 5G signal.

Selecting the best communication channel over a wireless network

No more traffic blues for information transfer: decongesting wireless channels.

System helps smart devices find their position

Connected devices can now share position information, even in noisy, GPS-denied areas.

Scientists developed low-power, cheap network for 5G connectivity

Scientists have developed a cheaper and more efficient method for Internet-of-Things devices to receive high-speed 5G connectivity.

Design flaws create security vulnerabilities for ‘smart home’ internet-of-things devices

Researchers at North Carolina State University have identified design flaws in "smart home" Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices that allow third parties to prevent devices from...

Astrocast successfully launches its first satellite

Monday, December 3rd was a big day for Astrocast. Evening at 7:34 pm Swiss time,  Astrocast – a young start-up spun out of EPFL –...

New energy-efficient encryption technique for the internet of things

Most delicate web exchanges are ensured by open key cryptography, a sort of encryption that gives PCs a chance to share data safely without...

Robotic interiors: Making the type of robotic living a reality

MIT Media Lab spinout Ori intends to make that sort of furniture that changes into a room, working or capacity territory, or huge wardrobe...

New Alloy Sensors For Jet Engines Can Handle High Heat

Scientists at the John Hopkin's University have cultivated new sensors for microelectromechanical systems and the devices that are part of the Internet of Things....

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