Team IoT Takes the Stage with VR, AI at the Tokyo Olympics The Olympics are here. After a year-long postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, athletes from around the world are gathering in Tokyo for the 2020 Olympic Games. Without fans in the stands, companies are looking to IoT to bring the Olympics to fans at home and maximize the efficiency and experience at the Games.
AI-powered Athlete Tracking Makes Olympic Debut In elite competition, fractions of a second can mean the difference between a gold or a silver medal. The Tokyo 2020 Olympics is using a new tracking technology that allows fans to watch the action and know how fast the athletes are running.
Bring Your Smart Building to Life with IoT and Automation Businesses everywhere are ready to send their employees back into the office. But the days of using siloed, disjointed, and aging building automation systems are over. In our new ChannelCast, see how facilities are moving to the next level with intelligent solutions for building control that can increase operating efficiency and optimize climate and energy usage.
Venues Look to IoT for a Safe Return to Events As events ramp up toward pre-pandemic capacities, venues are looking to help reduce safety concerns and increase concession sales. Mobile ordering and crowd analysis, powered by IoT, are helping venues and fans ease into the return to normalcy.
AI-based Platform Analyzes QSR Customer Data, Levels Playing Field for Restaurant Owners Brightloom combines data mining and machine learning in a software platform that identifies customer buying patterns and predicts future purchases. With detailed customer information, smaller restaurants can personalize offers to encourage brand loyalty and increase sales.
Sensors Integrated in Fabric Could Redefine Telemedicine Smart garments can accurately monitor patient vitals and actions without needing typical medical equipment. They also can improve exercise experiences for individuals. With greater use of smart health devices, it’s no surprise that smart garments are on the rise.
Hudson News Gives POS a Fresh Flight Plan As passengers return to airport terminals, Hudson Group is ready for their arrival. The airport retailer upgraded its point-of-sale systems during the heart of the pandemic, offering support for digital and in-store purchases and changing market demands.
IoT Technology Helps Farmers Meet Global Food Shortage Challenges The fast increasing world population will become even more reliant on the agriculture industry to meet the growing need for food. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and advanced analytics are helping small-scale farmers increase yield, minimize risk, and discover efficiencies to help feed the planet's humans today and in the future.
COVID-19 Self-Tests Tap IoT for Virus Tracking Even as more Americans are vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the need for testing hasn’t faded. Some companies are developing COVID-19 self-tests that are easy to use, easy to read, and provide virus-tracking data to public health officials.
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