Wireless & M2M News
Grape Networks Enhances Its Vineyard Monitoring System     November 14, 2007

The wireless systems vendor is adding soil-moisture sensors to its mobile microclimate information-gathering system.More>>

Lime Energy Announces Enhancements to Its HVAC System     November 14, 2007

The technology provider is introducing a sensor to monitor carbon dioxide in the conditioned space, and is adding cellular communications to improve remote monitoring.More>>

Johns Hopkins Purchases OCTAVEX Wireless Sensor Framework     November 14, 2007

The university's Applied Physics Laboratory will use the software to accelerate its development of wireless sensor networking technology.More>>

Ekahau Upgrades Site Survey Tools for Wi-Fi Networking     November 12, 2007

ESS 4.0 offers powerful troubleshooting and 3-D network planning and optimization, as well as RTLS functionality.More>>

BioTech Medics Enters Alliance with Digital Kinematics     November 9, 2007

Both companies will work together to develop a digitized human-motion software program to be used with BioTech high-powered therapeutic medical lasers to detect pain-related abnormalities.More>>

Omron RFID Announces Support for Sybase RFID Anywhere     November 8, 2007

The automation technology vendor will provide a Sybase RFID Anywhere hardware connector for its V750 RFID UHF Gen2 reader, combining the strengths of both products.More>>

Sensicast Announces SensiNet Support for SNMP     November 7, 2007

Support of the standard allows network and facility managers to add wireless environmental and condition monitoring to their data centers.More>>

Axcess Announces Dot Micro-Wireless Technology     November 7, 2007

The platform provides dynamic business-activity monitoring through automatic real-time sensing, identification, and assessment.More>>

EFJ Receives U.S. Navy Contracts Totaling $2.3 Million     November 7, 2007

3eTI, part of EFJ's Secured Communications Division, will develop wireless shipboard communications systems.More>>

Mobilisa Awarded $3.3 Million Contract by U.S. Navy     November 5, 2007

The technology provider will lead the development of hardware and software for the Littoral Sensor Grid, a constellation of high-tech coastal sensor buoys configured with wireless communications to protect commercial and military ships.More>>










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