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IoT Solutions Aim to Support Urgent Retail Industry Needs

As the holiday season ramps up, retail stores prepare for a pandemic-safe return to in-person shopping. Prioritizing consumer safety and inventory management will result in satisfied customers this season.  

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The Voice-controlled Smart Kitchen Makes IoT Intuitive

Home cooks are benefitting from voice-activated technologies. From following recipes to new cooking techniques, voice assistants make cooking easier, plus artificial intelligence remembers your preferences, so food is perfectly cooked every time.   

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The Internet of Turkeys: Smart Ag on the Rise at the Poultry Farm

This November, remember to give thanks to the IoT technologies that improve turkey production. From operational management to disease detection, IoT and artificial intelligence technologies help drive efficiencies in farming.  

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DaVinci Kitchen Robot Serves Up Meals in Minutes

Automated kitchen powered by Intel® processors cooks fast, tasty, made-to-order pasta for contact-free dining. Could the processors, robotic arm, and cleaning station handle the prep work for future Thanksgiving meals?  

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IoT Enables Smart, Sustainable Food Waste Management Solution

A technology-based waste disposal machine uses IoT technologies and natural breakdown processes to reduce and prevent food waste with the goal of creating a zero-landfill environment.  

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The Ultimate Guide to Smart Cities: IoT Technologies to Watch in 2021

In a COVID-19 world, automation and efficiency are king for smart cities, creating new opportunities for solution integrators. See what Internet of Things (IoT) and intelligent technologies solution integrators need to watch in 2021.  

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How AI is Powering a Safe Return to the Workplace

Real-time workplace data streamed from IoT sources such as cameras, temperature probes, and tags can now be collected and analyzed at the edge and processed using artificial intelligence (AI). The results offer immediate insights, and in some cases, AI can even take actions to detect and prevent health risks to customers and employees.  

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Intelligent Face Mask Crosses the Language Barrier

A Japanese robotics company creates a smart face mask that can translate speech into eight languages using an embedded microphone, artificial intelligence, and a smartphone.  

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Builders Get a Charge Out of Smart Glass Options

Dynamic glass allows building owners to improve energy efficiency by adjusting heat and light transfer as needed. Now the same technology enables businesses and health care facilities to create flexible private spaces that are easy to maintain.  

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Retail Turns to IoT to Keep Customers and Employees Safe

Contact-free shopping and socially distanced customer service have become premium offerings in stores trying to keep everyone safe from spreading the coronavirus. Digital displays and AI-powered shopping carts are leading the way back to enjoyable—and safe—shopping experiences.