WonderStore Uses IoT and Analytics to Create Smart Store Solution WonderStore provides brick-and-mortar retail stores with shopper insights that rival online shopping data analytics. To develop its smart store technology, WonderStore used Intel® DevCloud for the Edge to create a solution that can enhance real-time customer insights using the power of AI and the cloud.
Sensors that Detect COVID-19 Could Be in Your Next Face Mask Scientists from Harvard and MIT have created a sensor that emits a fluorescent light when activated by the virus. The technology can be embedded in a face mask or other materials to aid in COVID-19 detection and prevention.
Wireless Temperature Monitoring Patch Aids in COVID-19 Care TempTraq, a wearable device, monitors and records a patient’s body temperature for up to 72 hours, eliminating the need for sharing thermometers in medical facilities and ensuring the safety of healthcare workers and patients alike.
The Future Workspace: Safe Office Social Distancing As some states begin to lift lockdown restrictions, companies gear up to open their offices in ways that ensure employee safety and social distancing requirements. Businesses are tapping into an array of IoT technologies—many using employee cell phones—to create work environments that reduce touchpoints and limit the likelihood of an outbreak among staff.
BrightSites Networked Poles Use IoT to Create Safer, Smarter Cities Signify’s award-winning BrightSites smart poles transform the standard light pole into a smart network hub. With an array of integrated IoT technologies, real-time data monitoring, and energy-efficient innovations, cities can monitor critical environmental health and safety information to improve the lives of their citizens and gain an easy pathway to 5G infrastructure.
Modernizing the Electrical Grid Can today’s utilities respond to increased demand for renewable energy, the addition of IoT devices to the network, and a fast-growing population? Indra offers a new look at traditional grid operations that reflects the arrival of IoT, automation, and predictive analytics.
Robots Step in for Humans to Provide Essential Delivery Services In the time of stay-at-home orders due to coronavirus, delivery robots can be used to lessen human interaction. Robots that had previously transported meals on college campuses are now delivering necessities and medical supplies.
Robots Track Inventory and Help Keep Shelves Stocked Bossa Nova and NCR are setting up robots in 1,000 Walmart stores to help track inventory, so shelves can stay stocked and items are priced accurately. The six-foot-tall shelf scanners roam through aisles taking images and collecting data, so customers can purchase the supplies they need.
IoT Aids in Patient Safety and Infection Control In the continued effort to reduce the spread of infection, hospitals use IoT technologies to help track and monitor variables that impact the sustainability of virus particles, bacterial growth, and sterilization.
Investing in Water Restoration: Corporate Responsibility at Intel Intel has been committed to environmental sustainability for decades, and now the company is diving deep into water restoration.
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