Wireless & M2M News
Fiennes to Carry Personal Locator Beacon to Everest     April 28, 2008

Sir Ranulph Fiennes will carry one of Digital Angel's McMurdo Personal Locator Beacons on his climb of Mt. Everest.More>>

Frost Reviews European Research into Pervasive Computing     April 28, 2008

Frost & Sullivan analyzes the projects funded through the EU's Research policy in pervasive and ubiquitous computing; field to have widespread impact on multiple areas.More>>

VDC Reviews Industrial Wireless Monitoring Market     April 28, 2008

The company's market research finds that the industrial wireless monitoring and control market is shifting to the use of standard networks; predicts that standards-based wireless products will make up 56.5% of the market by 2012.More>>

Intelligent Parking Lot System Introduced     April 25, 2008

Radiocrafts and Innovative Technologies announce their ZigBee-based wireless system for parking lots; system alerts drivers to closest empty parking spots.More>>

NASA Ames Partners with m2mi for Small Satellites     April 25, 2008

Large numbers of the very small satellites (nanosats) will be placed into low Earth orbit to provide a new telecommunications and networking system.More>>

I.D. Systems Acquires PowerKey     April 25, 2008

Launches PowerKeyPLUS entry-level product line for wireless industrial vehicle management.More>>

RFM Reallocates Resources to Further Initiatives     April 24, 2008

Company announces restructuring/consolidation; plans continued investment in delivering M2M.More>>

Luna Awarded Shape Sensing in Underwater Arrays     April 23, 2008

Luna Works with Office of Naval Research in DADS sensor array enhancement.More>>

ST to Highlight Sensor, Wireless Convergence     April 23, 2008

STMicroelectronics' booth demonstrations and conference presentation at M2M Forum 2008 will emphasize enablers for the Internet of Things.More>>

Foundry Networks Joins the Interop Vendor Alliance     April 23, 2008

Collaboration promotes stronger relationship with Microsoft and Alliance members to simplify interoperability and enhance ROI with customers implementing Microsoft and Foundry systems.More>>








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