The migration of population from the countryside to the cities has increased in recent decades, resulting in larger cities with higher population densities than ever before. In areas of quality of life, public administration, economics, urban planning, safety, communications, resources, environment, social cohesion, human capital, transportation, the demands and pressures…

Hospitals and other medical facilities can use IoT and real-time location systems (RTLS) for a variety of functions and add value for facility operators in terms of insights and control of operating systems, such as HVAC and lighting, as well as security, equipment, analytics, and building system management.

A facility…

Healthcare is vital to society because people get sick, there are accidents and emergencies, and hospitals are needed to diagnose, treat, and manage various types of ailments and diseases.

A lack of visibility into the location, status, and condition of mobile devices, patients, medical equipment, and staff can jeopardize the…

By engaging people in their health through continuous health monitoring, it is possible to intervene before a problem becomes severe and requires medication, hospitalization, or costly surgery.

A wearable can monitor heart rate, activity, sleep patterns, and other vital signs, as well as fat percentage, body mass index (BMI), and…

Real-time, transparent and seamless tracking of garbage can or containers, both indoors and outdoors, as well as optimization of logistics and waste management monitoring, has long been the focus of many forward-looking companies such as Bigbelly, MR. Fill and Sensoneo.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is about to usher in…

Stig R. Venåsen

.NET Developer. Passionate about Software Architecture, LoraWan and IoT.

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