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how to transmit the data from a server to an outdoor led display through bluetooth technology

Answer  how to transmit the data from a server to an outdoor led display through bluetooth technology? what procedure should be followed?

Last updated: May 10, 2007   3:09 PM GMT   |    Hardware, Routers, Wireless
Policy for Wireless Mobile Computers

Answer  We have only recently allowed the use of wireless NICs on our corporate laptops. Our sales force hopes to use the technology to send orders, retrieve email, etc. I have been charged with writing a policy governing the types of PCMCIA cards and also how the technology is to be used. I have concern...

Last updated: May 4, 2005   1:42 PM GMT   |    Data Management, Mobile, Wireless
Data encryption best practices

Answer  What is the best practice for data encryption? We use wifi and sometimes connect to unsecured networks. How can we use free encryption technology to keep our data safe from prying eyes? Even if someone gets our data I want it to be useless.

Last updated: Aug 16, 2010   2:47 PM GMT   |    Data Encryption, Unsecured Network, Wi-Fi
IoT network integrators: Key to meeting the needs of enterprise customers

Blog  The real challenge for enterprises in deploying an IoT solution today is the lack of neutral network integrators able to deliver solutions using any combination of LPWAN technologies. The LPWAN community is supported by several specialists using either Sigfox, LoRa, Ingenu or Weightless technologies...

Last updated: Feb 16, 2018   3:07 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Agriculture, Cellular, IIoT
LPWAN technology: Can CatM1, CatNB1 and LoRaWAN play nice together?

Blog  As LTE CatM1 and NB1 are progressively deployed by cellular operators -- like Verizon's recently announced joint initiative with Qualcomm leveraging Cat M1 LTE modems -- some suggest that this implies the extinction of other low-power wide area network (LPWAN) technologies like LoRaWAN, a technology...

Last updated: Oct 27, 2016   3:15 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      3GPP, Internet of Things, iot
IoT: Unlikely hero for cargo crimes

Blog  Tracking and monitoring cargo is costly, but with new technology it's far cheaper than the alternative of losing $15-$30 billion annually in cargo crimes and stolen goods. Now, IoT is stepping up to provide connected coverage, where insurance companies can put risk management into the hands of the c...

Last updated: Sep 14, 2017   5:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      GSM, Insurance, Internet of Things
NFC-enabled technology paves the way for award-winning IIoT solutions

Blog  If you are reading these words on IoT Agenda, then I'm almost 100% certain you are familiar with the internet of things. What you might not be as familiar with, however, is IIoT -- or the industrial internet of things. The IIoT opportunity is enormous and many companies are using NFC-enabled device...

Last updated: Apr 24, 2017   7:54 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Consumer IoT, Enterprise IoT, IIoT
The future of IoT connectivity: Plug in your business, not your technology

Blog  I recently returned from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and was amazed by the number of new sensors, devices and technologies on offer. Mobile connectivity is no longer just about cell phones. Now, everything from augmented reality glasses to connected cars are improving lives in every indus...

Last updated: Mar 28, 2018   2:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      augmented reality, Connected Health, Enterprise IoT
On the fifth day of Christmas my true love gave to me... a wooden keyboard

Blog   Fancy giving a tech gift this Christmas that is a little bit unusual? Well the gift shop at the Design Museum in London is selling a handcrafted wooden keyboard.The maple wood keyboard is compatible with PCs, tablets and smartphones and comes with wireless bluetooth technology. It boasts an en...

Last updated: Dec 3, 2012   12:40 AM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      Bluetooth, keyboard, Wireless
IoT is revolutionizing natural disaster prediction

Blog  In the decade following 2005, a total of 242 natural disasters occurred in the U.S. alone. These catastrophic forces of nature caused loss of life, human suffering and destruction of property on a massive scale, yet they represent only a fraction of the natural events that have affected people aroun...

Last updated: Feb 6, 2018   7:08 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Connectivity, Internet of Things, iot
Evolution of wireless: Marching towards interoperability and simplicity

Blog  Arguments have been made that the first compass, created nearly 200 years ago, marks the birth of wireless technology; others say it could have been invented as far back as 206 BC. However, I would argue the real explosion happened in more recent history with Wi-Fi, cellular and short-range wireless...

Last updated: Jan 8, 2018   6:19 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Bluetooth, Internet of Things, iot
Battle of the IoT networks: Cellular versus Wi-Fi

Blog  When it comes to the internet of things, perhaps the key enabling technology is wireless networking technologies. Without the two primary wireless data networking technologies -- cellular and Wi-Fi -- almost every IoT device would require a wired connection to the internet, dramatically limiting the...

Last updated: Apr 25, 2018   8:32 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      802.11, Application development, Bandwidth
Intelligence at the well: Keeping staff safe and profits up

Blog  Often when we think of oil and gas, we think of huge international producers with thousands of well sites across the world. However, this doesn't represent everyone in the oil and gas industry. There are many small- to medium-sized producers parsed across the world with only a fraction of well sites...

Last updated: Mar 26, 2018   6:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Access layer, Communications, Connectivity
is it possible that two different technologies (adhoc and ethernet ) work at same time on Data Link Layer

Answer  supose we hv 3 systems. centerlised system hv 2 lancards. one PCI card of realtek and second wireless of linksys. PCI card ip address is 192.168.1.1 and its connected system ip address is 192.168.1.2. wireless lancard address is 172.168.15.1 and it connected wd other wireless system address 172.168...

Last updated: Jul 7, 2009   11:27 AM GMT   |    Ad Hoc, Data-Link layer, Routers
Who uses Gigabit Ethernet for IP Phones, is this just IT herd mentality?

Answer  Looking atgeneral VoiP deployment and IP telephones, I see a wide reference to Gigabit ethernet almost as if it is the standard interface. It is being specified in tender responses as a must have. Reality seems to indicate that Gigabit to the desktop is not standard and rarely used in enterprises ...

Last updated: Aug 26, 2010   8:39 AM GMT   |    Cisco, Cisco VoIP System, Ethernet adapters
Mapping IoT success with the 4D's

Blog  The internet of things is driving the future of business. According to the 2016 Vodafone IoT Barometer, 76% of companies surveyed believe that taking advantage of IoT technologies will be critical for the future success of their organization. Yet, despite this enthusiasm, some businesses still haven...

Last updated: Sep 20, 2017   4:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Deployment, Design, Development
Wireless video without hiccups

Blog   Meru Networks is claiming its 802.11n Video Services Module (ViSM) improves video-over-wireless by eliminating unpredictable loss rates. The application of application-aware optimisation improves Web streaming and real-time multicast technologies that underlie wireless projection, IPTV, event simul...

Last updated: Apr 15, 2009   7:06 AM GMT  |  Blog: Inspect-a-Gadget   |      802.11n, Meru, Video
Ericsson presents large-scale building automation test case for mesh networking

Blog  Mesh networking is key to the success of the internet of things. In comparison to traditional wired counterparts, mesh networks are less expensive to implement, more adaptable and scalable, and offer greater reliability for high-traffic implementations. While niche technologies such as Thread and Zi...

Last updated: Sep 29, 2017   6:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Bluetooth, Ericsson, IIoT
Integrating IoT: Energy sector spark?

Blog  Stakes are high for energy suppliers as global energy demands are expected to grow by 37% by 2040. With most energy infrastructures antiquated and sometimes prone to failure, energy companies now have to grapple with adapting to new forms of renewable energy. The panacea is partly in adopting IoT te...

Last updated: Oct 12, 2017   6:40 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      energy, Energy Consumption, Internet of Things
Know your 'IoT rights' -- or deploy IoT the hard way

Blog  For all the promises of IoT, there are just as many unknowns. The IoT marketplace is exceedingly complex, has many moving parts, sees a massive influx of new devices being connected annually and has seen many organizations propose new "standards" or "platforms." The industrial IoT segment is evolvi...

Last updated: Oct 13, 2017   3:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network
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