Highlights from Analyst Day 2019 hosted by Dassault Systemes
Investment in paper digitizing robotics service
The world's first robotic digitization company dedicated to creating a truly paperless workplace, has announced an additional $25M in equity funding led by GV (formerly Google Ventures), with participation from new investor Telstra Ventures and previous investors Icon Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Lux Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank. This increases the total Series B funding round to $65M.
Mobility-based facial recognition for smart city security
NEC Australia has entered a strategic partnership with Silicon Valley vision analytics firm, CrowdOptic, to bring next generation security to smart cities.
Big Questions for IoT Customers at the IDTechEx Show - 10-11 May
Exciting business opportunities are emerging from the confusion that has been the Internet of Things industry for the past 10 years.
KleenSpeed Technologies Inc seeks partners
KleenSpeed believes that the electric vehicle is an "appliance" like a notebook computer or a cell phone to be charged, used and charged again.
Telit enabling leap in productivity across the internet of things
Telit Wireless Solutions has announced, that the company's ONE STOP. ONE SHOP. offering is enabling a new era of enterprise productivity gains.
ILS Technology enables the information-driven enterprise
LS Technology, a Telit company, has announced enhancements to its popular deviceWISE Application Enablement Platform for the Industrial Internet-of-Things.
Wearable technology $50 billion investment frenzy
Many giant electronics manufacturers, computer services companies and conglomerates are heavily investing in wearable technologies, the internet of things, and the internet of people. IDTechEx predicts massive growth in these areas in the coming years.
Internet of Things: The King has no clothes
Some use the term Internet of Things (IoT) to rename a large number of existing topics including the burgeoning world of cellphones, tablets and wearable connected devices, better referred to as the Internet of People (IoP).