Breaking Down IoT Standards and Protocols

Illustration: © IoT For All Summary The Internet of Things has given rise to a host of new standards and protocols. Still more protocols that originally existed for other purposes but are well suited to new IoT applications have been adopted by device manufacturers and application creators. Though in some …

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FSG Smart Buildings Announces Chariot, A Multi-Site Building Automation and Enterprise IoT Software

ROUND ROCK, Texas – FSG Smart Buildings, a division of Facility Solutions Group, today announced the release of Chariot, a Building Automation System (BAS) software with robust  Energy Management System (EMS) capabilities combining lighting and HVAC controls with smart metering and IoT devices for multi-site command, control, and visibility. Chariot is capable of …

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Nodle Acquires Brickchain.com to provide IoT Manufacturers, Smart Cities and Large Enterprises Compliance With Privacy Regulations

San Francisco, CA ⁠— March 5th, 2020 ⁠—Nodle, an eco-friendly wireless network built to connect and secure the Internet of Things, announced that they acquired Brickchain.com (Brickchain) for an undisclosed amount in equity and Nodle Cash. With this acquisition, Nodle is able to provide IoT manufacturers, large enterprise customers, and …

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An Introduction to IoT Sensors

Illustration: © IoT For All This post will cover various important sensors that are possibilities for an IoT deployment. Sensors are the backbone of any IoT deployment. They gather information and provide software with sensory information it needs to achieve its full potential. In addition, this post will go over …

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