|International CES 2015
Come join us at the International CES 2015, January 6th – January 9th in Las Vegas, NV! DSR will be exhibiting in the ZigBee pavilion this year in booth 71023 – 7A in Sands Convention Center. We will be showcasing several products for IoT market, including Gateway Manager (allows to quickly add new devices/sensors to existing IoT system), DSR Middleware (enabler of quick integration for IoT devices with settop boxes, hubs, and access points), and DSR Home Automation (white-label-ready, cross-platform Cloud solution for Home Automation that is fully integrated to work with a low-cost ZigBee gateway). If you are interested in DSR ZigBee solutions or just looking for an experienced, professional software development services to get 2015 started right, contact us to set up a meeting or stop by our booth!
|ZigBee 3.0 – Wireless Standard For IoT
The ZigBee® Alliance announced the unification of its market-leading wireless standards to a single standard called ZigBee 3.0. This standard will provide interoperability among the widest range of smart devices and give consumers and businesses access to innovative products and services that will work together seamlessly to enhance everyday life.
|Defining The IoT
One of the most buzzed-about concepts, or industry trends if you prefer, is the Internet of Things (IoT). It is mentioned in almost every new-product announcement, and not just sensor and sensor-related devices.
Everyone from software and embedded developers, through component makers, and sensor OEMs are jumping on the IoT train. And just to help things along application-wise, the Internet Protocol for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance keeps everyone on track with standards and interoperability concerns.
|4K For Your Health
Modern medical diagnostics relies heavily on technologies that graphically represent the organs and structures of the human body. The available imaging technologies range from relatively simple ultrasound devices to highly complex computed tomography systems…
|AI-Based Programming Tool
A Rice University-led team of software experts have launched an $11 million effort to create a sophisticated tool called PLINY that they believe could make writing computer programs as easy as searching the Internet.
|When Wireless Worlds Collide
“Like many others, the first thing your correspondent does when within hailing distance of a public hotspot is switch off his mobile phone’s 3G/4G data network and join the internet courtesy of freely available Wi-Fi instead. He can then download dollops of data without the anxiety of breaching his wireless carrier’s monthly megabyte cap and running up punitive charges. He is not alone…”
|Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Bluetooth®
In this report 16 different iBeacon hardware vendors are examined, including Estimote, Kontakt, and Gimbal. Over the past three months, the beacons have been stress tested under many conditions examining every aspect of them. This is the first and most comprehensive report of its kind.
New York City unveiled an ambitious plan to roll out a free citywide municipal Wi-Fi network that officials say will be the fastest and most wide-reaching network of its kind in the world.
|GPS Tracking For Berries
Add-on modules for the Raspberry Pi computer platform that provide GPS positioning, accelerometer and prototyping functions are available now.
|Beaglebone Programming Real-Time
Texas Instrument hopes to simplify the programming of the BeagleBone Black embedded computing board. It has introduced the PRU Cape as a BeagleBone Black add-on board that gives designers access to a Programmable Real-Time Unit (PRU) core.
|Maker Faire Tokyo 2014
A great collection of photos made on exhibition where fairy tales become true.