Connected School Bus Technology Optimizes Safety and Operations K-12 school districts need to ensure that school buses operate optimally, holding down costs while keeping students safe and secure. Buses and other school vehicles equipped with wi-fi, smart video, alerts, and GPS tracking help districts achieve safety objectives–and allow students to learn while enroute to school or home.
Intelligent Automation Is the Future of Farming The global food demand is increasing, and farmers are increasingly enduring labor shortages and unpredictable weather conditions. AI and machine learning are helping farmers fight these challenges with automated equipment and computer vision, including John Deere’s new autonomous tractor.
EV Charging Solution Aims to Supercharge Retail Traffic EOS Linx has built a connected, intelligent digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising and EV charging station solution that has an appealing caveat: it is free to install and can generate revenue from ads streaming on its digital screen. The solution is targeted at a wide variety of public and private entities, including municipalities, retailers, hotels, and utilities.  
IoT Innovation Drives Autonomous Shuttle Use Self-driving shuttles bring environmentally friendly transportation options to smart cities. Loaded with artificial intelligence and IoT technologies, these vehicles are primed to change metro transit.  
Smart Mobility Tools Help the Visually Impaired Navigate Intelligent electronic mobility solutions including canes and sensors can help visually impaired individuals avoid objects and navigate challenging outdoor environments, helping them stay safe and remain independent.  
Creating Better Patient Experiences with Digital Signs and Wayfinding Health and safety in hospitals, office buildings, and shared public spaces has never been more critical. Healthcare providers and hospitals have tightened operational protocols to try and protect every person on-site. Among other things, this means reducing interactions among staff and visitors and getting patients to the right location quickly and efficiently.   
Farmers Find A-Mazing Ways to Add Revenue and Fun with Smart AgTech Fall brings crisp air, cool temps, and corn mazes. Once created by hand, GPS and cloud-based technologies enable farmers to develop intricate mazes and integrate Web-based interactive games that bring additional revenue to farmers.  
United Nations Uses Technology to Address Worldwide Hunger Technology innovations enable refugees and other at-risk populations to purchase food without needing bank accounts or passwords. Electronic banking and iris scans ensure proper distribution of benefits, which can be used to shop in local markets, boosting local economies. Organized operational data can improve on-the-ground aid processes.  
IoT Wayfinding Signals All the Right Turns for Hospital Visitors In healthcare campuses across the US, IoT sensors and mapping technology are turning into crowd pleasers, outperforming old-school maps. Patients guided by a mobile phone and app with turn-by-turn directions are quickly locating doctor offices, treatment centers, and cafeterias in sprawling health complexes.  
IoT Aids in Complex Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine IoT technologies play a key role in the distribution of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine, which must remain at sub-arctic temperatures to ensure efficacy. Monitoring the location and temperature will be essential as vaccines move from the manufacturer to the public.    

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