Wireless & M2M News
AirDefense and Direct Source Partner on Wireless Network Security     January 15, 2008

The companies offer a combination of products and services that help retailers protect and enhance their legacy wireless systems without experiencing high replacement costs.More>>

Freescale Establishes Advanced MEMS Production Line     January 14, 2008

The high-volume 200 mm manufacturing facility supports growing sensor demand and advanced-technology capabilities.More>>

Admiralty to File Revised Application for Fifth ATLIS Patent     January 14, 2008

The application relates to proprietary signal-enhancement techniques.More>>

ASR&D to Develop Public-Structures Monitoring System     January 14, 2008

Working with the University of Maryland, the company will test the use of embedded wireless temperature sensors to evaluate the stability of concrete used in bridges, dams, and roads.More>>

Panasonic to Expand Image Sensor Production in Japan     January 11, 2008

The company will invest 94 billion yen to build a semiconductor production facility at its Tonami plant in Toyama Prefecture.More>>

MTS and OleumTech Develop Web-Based Tank-Level Monitoring System     January 11, 2008

The solution combines the Level Plus model MG liquid-level transmitter and the LevelMate Monitor system to wirelessly provide storage tank–level information.More>>

Peratech Acquires Eleksen     January 11, 2008

The acquisition makes Peratech one of the leading technology providers for the smart fabrics market.More>>

Onset Unveils Wireless Weather Station     January 10, 2008

The new state-of-the-art, research-grade HOBO Remote Monitoring System provides 24/7 access to weather data via the Internet.More>>

Technitrol to Acquire Sonion     January 9, 2008

Acquisition of the microacoustic technology provider will allow Technitrol to expand into rapidly growing markets with engineering-intensive, mission-critical products.More>>

Energy Harvesting May Replace Batteries in Certain Applications     January 9, 2008

Frost & Sullivan's Advances in Energy Harvesting Technologies study covers piezoelectric, thermoelectric, photovoltaic, electromagnetic, and mechanical-based energy harvesting technologies for sensors, wireless sensor networks, and low-power applications.More>>










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