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Smart Glass: Innovative Technology for the Future of Cars

Jul 28, 2016

The term ‘Smart Glass’, also known as intelligent glass, switchable glass, smart or switchable windows, represents a new technology enabling glass properties changes in accordance with external conditions like temperature, light, pressure or electricity. Thus, for example, a well-known automotive supplier Continental presented its ‘Intelligent Glass Control’ at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las…

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How smart glasses will transform banking

Jul 21, 2016

Wearables in a form of smart glasses are becoming a big deal. They represent a miniature computer that is able to integrate augmented reality with your own. The innovative hands-free tech allows consumers to send email and text messages, take pictures or video. But they can much more. Most of them also enable online banking transactions…

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Top Trends in M2M Communication

Jul 12, 2016

The Internet of Things is growing rapidly. According to Gartner Research there will be about 25 billion connected devices in use by 2020. This trend provides an indication for the increasing role of technologies that enable connection between various devices. M2M (Machine-to-Machine) refers to the development of methods and standards ensuring a location-independent end-to-end communication…

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E-health: Medicine meets the IoT

Jul 5, 2016

The term ‘e-health’ has become the latest buzzword. It is used to characterize the combination of technologies from two different areas: the Internet and medicine. It implies a usage of digital media with a key goal to enable more effective and easier medical attendance and treatment of patients. Due to the digital transformation health data is…

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IoT: smart technologies for smart cities

Jun 28, 2016

At the beginning of the 19th century only 2 percent of the world population had lived in cities. By 2050 about 70 percent of the global population is forecasted to live in urban areas. Already now rapidly growing cities are faced with the challenge to reduce the environmental pollution, to maintain mobility and power supply…

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