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Laird adds LoRa-Enabled Sensors

Sensor variants support LoRaWAN regions AU915-928 and a growing number of countries in the AS923 region The Sentrius RS1xx temperature and humidity sensors from Laird enable battery-powered, local and wide-area sensor applications using LoRaWAN and Bluetooth 4.2. The...

Voice-controlled portable speakers are enjoying a moment in the sun

Voice assistants and LC3 help drive portable speaker market SAR Insight & Consulting has published new research examining how a new Bluetooth codec and the rise of voice assistants are helping to drive the portable speaker market. Voice-controlled portable...

“World’s smallest Wi-Fi home automation device” – apparently

The main focus of Allterco Robotics in 2020 will continue to be the production of smart devicesBulgarian IoT company Allterco Robotics has introduced Shelly i3, claiming that this is the smallest Wi-Fi home automation device in the world. Along with it, the company...

EnOcean Alliance and iaconnects – delivering smart building solutions

EnOcean Alliance partners with iaconnects, which creates, delivers and commissions non-manufacturer specific building control systems and solutions for the IoT (Internet of Things)VIDEO FEATURE IAconnects Technology Limited (iaconnects or IA) is a long-term partner of...

EnOcean Alliance / iaconnects / Digital Catapult

Installing EnOcean energy harvesting wireless solutions in UK's leading agency for the early adoption of advanced digital technologies VIDEO FEATURE Incisor.TV visited Digital Catapult with the EnOcean Alliance and it's partner iaconnects. Digital Catapult is a...

EnOcean Alliance and Aruba partner for Hyper Aware Smart Buildings

Incisor.TV was delighted to be invited to create a video record of the recent announcement from the EnOcean Alliance and networking giant Aruba. The video above shows Vince Holton talking with Troy Davis of EnOcean, and Aruba's Michael Tennefoss.   Aruba, a...

Busting the Internet of Things Myth

Will there ever be 50 billion installed IoT devices???Professor William Webb has contributed to Incisor.TV features many times, and is one of the most knowledgeable spokespersons on matters Internet of Things - both the original concept and the industry that has built...

Modular Buildings in the Time of Covid-19

The coronavirus crisis has brought profound change across the globe. The sheer scale of the pandemic puts enormous stress on healthcare systems everywhere. Medical facilities, from hospitals to care homes and housing for vulnerable people – all are focussed on...

ADT Selects DSP Group’s ULE technology for wireless security systems

ULE brings robust connectivity, easy install, and long battery life to company’s new DIY smart home security productsDSP Group a developer of wireless chipsets, tells Incisor.TV that ADT, the number one smart home security provider serving residential and business...

What’s the best wireless standard for building automation?

Online video interview with Graham Martin, Chairman and CEO, EnOcean Alliance Click the movie screen above to watch the video In this latest movie in Incisor.TV's online interview series, Vince Holton talks to Graham Martin, who is chairman and CEO of the EnOcean...

Rumours of DECT’s demise have been greatly exaggerated!

Don’t listen to the naysayers, says Ruth Wilson, Deputy Chair of the Board, DECT ForumHow many times have we heard the phrase ‘DECT is dead’? Whilst it’s well recognized that the PSTN market for traditional cordless phones is shrinking, what is less well understood is...

EnOcean Alliance: ‘Smart Building’ trends

A comparison of wireless standards for building automation and control. Building automation is on the advance. Systems are becoming increasingly sophisticated, offering more and more value-added service features thanks to IT-based systems which surpass what...

Energy harvesting and NFC – the duo for IoT systems

The climate change debate continues to be a major concern both politically and within society and it is up to us all to rethink how to improve our own ecological footprint. By Marián Hönsch, Product Manager, EnOcean GmbH Innovative technologies are already available...

Modular Buildings in the Time of Covid-19

The coronavirus crisis has brought profound change across the globe. The sheer scale of the pandemic puts enormous stress on healthcare systems everywhere. Medical facilities, from hospitals to care homes and housing for vulnerable people – all are focussed on...

ADT Selects DSP Group’s ULE technology for wireless security systems

ULE brings robust connectivity, easy install, and long battery life to company’s new DIY smart home security productsDSP Group a developer of wireless chipsets, tells Incisor.TV that ADT, the number one smart home security provider serving residential and business...

What’s the best wireless standard for building automation?

Online video interview with Graham Martin, Chairman and CEO, EnOcean Alliance Click the movie screen above to watch the video In this latest movie in Incisor.TV's online interview series, Vince Holton talks to Graham Martin, who is chairman and CEO of the EnOcean...

Rumours of DECT’s demise have been greatly exaggerated!

Don’t listen to the naysayers, says Ruth Wilson, Deputy Chair of the Board, DECT ForumHow many times have we heard the phrase ‘DECT is dead’? Whilst it’s well recognized that the PSTN market for traditional cordless phones is shrinking, what is less well understood is...

Creating and shaping the industry...

“Incisor and Vince Holton were important for the short-range wireless industry from the onset. While others clearly did, twenty years ago when I first got involved in the short-range wireless industry I didn’t realize the importance of a publication such as Incisor. However, over time I was able to see the influence Incisor had in the industry. It was read by such a wide variety of people shaping the industry that it was an important tool to reach those folks.

 

Incisor was early to publish facts supporting the fact that one technology can’t provide the optimal solution for all scenarios. Providing information on many technologies, Incisor became an important publication in the short-range wireless industry and not just the Bluetooth portion of that industry. This shift reflected the industry itself. Clearly created by Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, there is more to the short-range wireless industry than those two leaders, and this has been reflected in the pages of Incisor.

 

During the most important single event for Bluetooth technology, Vince and Incisor were there. When the agreement was signed bringing what became Bluetooth Low Energy into the SIG, Incisor covered the event, making a video and publishing articles about this momentous event which shaped the future of Bluetooth wireless technology.

 

I’d like to extend a personal “thank you” to Vince for the time and energy he put into creating and shaping the short-range wireless industry.”

 

Dr. Michael W. Foley, Wireless and IoT Consultant / Executive Director, Bluetooth Special interest Group, 2004-2012 / Wireless Architect, Microsoft, 1999-2004

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