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Like all communication technologies, Bluetooth is a better fit for some applications than others. If you're considering using Bluetooth, here’s an outline of the primary factors that determine the effective range of Bluetooth communications, plus some ways to improve it with networking. This article is now updated with the addition of Bluetooth 5 performance.

Things You Should Know About Bluetooth Range

This article covers the 7 trends for IoT that are shaping the market in 2023.

7 Trends for IoT in 2023

Considering an IoT project but aren't sure where to start? This article takes a look into four factors to keep in mind to kickstart your IoT project.

How to Kickstart Your IoT Project

Wildfires have always been a part of human history, but there has been a significant increase in their severity and frequency over the past few decades. And this trend is only set to get worse, with UN researchers noting that wildfire events will become 50 percent more common by the end of the century.

Battling blazes with the IoT

Researchers at DTU have set out to create novel tools to identify internet-of-things gadgets that leave the door open to hacker attacks. Knowing where these devices are and making them secure is a powerful weapon in the fight against attackers.

Setting out to sink the internet's digital ghost ships

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Trustworthy and reliable applications are fueling the worldwide IoT success story. This article explains why protecting IoT edge devices is crucial in an environment with threats on the rise.

IoT needs trust: The current state of IoT security

Wi-Fi 6 has brought significant enhancements to IoT applications, but the Wi-Fi Alliance is already working ahead.

What's next for Wi-Fi?

Traditional washroom management faces many challenges. This article describes the benefits of using the YouTissue solution to equip custom projects with integrated hygiene solutions.

YouTissue, a Flexible, Digital Solution for Washroom Management

It is hard to think of a profession facing a more trying set of circumstances than farming. Climate change has brought higher temperatures and lower winter rainfall. Soil erosion, a loss of biodiversity, as well as myriad pests and diseases add to the farmer’s burden.

Farmed animal asset tracking with wireless tech

The natural resources around us represent the basis for all human activity on Earth. We use these resources to produce food, clean drinking water, clothes, electrical energy, and everything else we need to survive. But these resources are limited.

Winners aim to build a smarter sustainable world with Bluetooth LE

Lightweight Machine to Machine, a simplified communication and device management standard for the Internet of Things.

What's this LwM2M standard, and why should you care?

Investors use ESG (environmental, social, and governance factors) to screen potential investments based on a company’s non-financial performance. IoT can make the collection and reporting of this data more accurate.

Enhancing ESG performance with IoT

The global agricultural and farming industry is facing a perfect storm. Earlier this month, the world population hit eight billion for the first time, in the two weeks since it has grown another 1.5 million. That is a lot of extra mouths to feed when there are already 690 million people going hungry, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

Agriculture gets smart with cellular IoT and Bluetooth LE

A new type of active pixel sensor that uses a novel two-dimensional material may both enable ultra-sharp cellphone photos and create a new class of extremely energy-efficient Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, according to a team of Penn State researchers.

2D material may enable ultra-sharp cellphone photos in low light

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