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Sensicast Ships Data Center Monitoring System     September 7, 2007

The wireless sensor networking solution increases energy efficiency, safeguards hardware warranties, and reduces data center downtime.More>>

EnOcean Launches Battery-Free Wireless Sensor     September 6, 2007

The STM 110 integrates all sensor functions and energy-harvesting technology in a single module.More>>

USDA Approves RFID Chip for Animal Identification System     September 5, 2007

Digital Angel's LifeChip will allow equine owners, breeders, trainers, and veterinarians to identify horses involved in breeding operations, competitive sports, and international and domestic travel.More>>

Sixnet Acquires BlueTree Wireless Data     September 4, 2007

The merger strengthens Sixnet's position in the M2M marketplace by adding BlueTree's cellular data products to its portfolio.More>>

u-blox Introduces New Dead Reckoning Reference Design     August 31, 2007

u-blox enhances GPS integration with Epson Toyocom gyroscope in dead reckoning reference design for applications that require continuous positioning.More>>

NASA Satellites Eye Coastal Water Quality     August 30, 2007

Researchers use satellite data to map fleeting changes in coastal water quality on an almost daily basis.More>>

Unmanned Vehicles Swarm Successfully     August 30, 2007

Augusta Systems technologies power on-board processing during unmanned systems demo, enable UAVs to swarm.More>>

Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences Facilities Deploying WSN     August 29, 2007

Facilities implementing SensiNet wireless sensor networks (WSN) to speed up and drop cost of compliance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11.More>>

Frost & Sullivan Monitor Machine Health Monitoring     August 29, 2007

Sensors-based diagnostic equipment geared to benefit from machine health monitoring.More>>

Apogee to Develop Elder Care Monitoring     August 29, 2007

Apogee initiates strategic development of advanced monitoring systems for the elderly, using wireless sensor modules to continuously monitor health and automatically notify responders when necessary.More>>

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