Infineon Technologies AG (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) is continuing its virtual trade show strategy and will present the company's sensor solutions live from July 20 to 22, 2020. The in-house digital trade show "Virtual Sensor Experience" (VSE) will focus on the automotive, consumer and industrial sectors.
As one of the most ambitious smart city projects in Europe, Hamburg, Germany is determined to tackle its urban mobility and sustainability challenges head-on. To have better insights into its city dynamics, Hamburg strongly believes in digitizing traffic. Data collection and data analysis will allow the city’s traffic authorities to make smarter decisions. A new set of data will come from a vast network of FLIR thermal imaging cameras.
If you’re responsible for the administration of properties that have many doors and numerous users, you may think a traditional mechanical locking system is cheaper than investing in a digital locking one.
The new PM2.5 duct type fine dust sensor from Siemens Smart Infrastructure comes in two variants and creates a healthy as well as productive indoor air climate. Part of the Symaro product group, the sensors measure dust and dirt particles, including fine sand, transmitting them rapidly and precisely to advanced building management systems for comprehensive climate monitoring and control.
STMicroelectronics has added Zigbee® 3.0, based on Zigbee PRO protocol stack support to STM32WB55 wireless microcontrollers, enabling STM32 developers to leverage the interoperability and power-saving features of Zigbee networking for projects such as home automation, smart-lighting, smart-building, and broader IoT connectivity.