Is The Pandemic Fueling The Need For More Smart Devices?
IoT has been booming ever since it was discovered. The growth of the market has been exponential. The pandemic has introduced multiple ideas across the smart home industry. Honeywell and Will.i.am have come up with a new smart mask called a Xupermask. The mask can act as an air purifier and it has a noise-cancellation Bluetooth headphone, LED lights for nighttime, and a rechargeable battery. It allows you to play music and take calls and it is designed not to fog your glasses. Ring, the smart home giant, is slowly spreading their radar scanning technology to the floodlight camera. This should help in reducing any false positives that are currently reported via the cameras.
MIT researchers are using RF to help give robots X-ray vision.
The researchers have developed a robot that uses radio waves, which can pass through walls, to sense occluded objects. This will allow robots to pick up things that are on top of other things. This is particularly helpful in huge warehouses. Other things that are currently popular include Apple launching a certification program for developers who want to build for its Find My service. Verizon is expanding its edge computing partnership with Amazon Web Services. There are new Ikea speakers in the market, the Wyze Watch living up to its expectations, and last but not the least, the end of 3G!
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