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Thailand and the IoT Sector

Thailand and the IoT Sector

The adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) in Thailand has been growing at a rapid rate. Both the consumer and business sectors are making helping to make their developed, network driven city into an IoT leader in ASEAN.   According to Bangkok post, Thailand is...

Market for Medical Diagnostic Wearables Set to Grow

Market for Medical Diagnostic Wearables Set to Grow

A recent study conducted by Global Diagnostic Wearable Medical Device Market has shown that the medical diagnostic devices are growing in market. A few of the world’s biggest countries, such as US and India, are becoming major players. Diagnostic wearables are medical...

3 Ways Wearables Can Help the Workforce

3 Ways Wearables Can Help the Workforce

From smart watches to fitness bands, the popularity of wearable technology within the consumer market has been booming. These days, employers and manufacturers have begun to realize that the future for wearables is in the workplace. Here are some ways that wearables...

Industrial IoT To Transform Oil & Gas

Industrial IoT To Transform Oil & Gas

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) will undoubtedly become the future of the oil and gas industry. A recent report from IIoT Sensors in Oil and Gas Market revealed that the global IIoT sensors market in the industry is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 5.39% during the...

The Rise of Tech Company and Housing Collaboration

The Rise of Tech Company and Housing Collaboration

As smart home technology is becoming the standard of homes, an increase in the collaboration between building associates and tech companies are on the rise. Lennar, a well known building association, has recently announced their collaboration with Amazon. Lenar says:...

Wearables: The Answer to Manufacturing Safety

Wearables: The Answer to Manufacturing Safety

Manufacturing is an industry plagued with the highest number of deaths due to major accidents and serious injuries. Data shows that 5,190 American workers were killed on the job in 2016 (3.6 per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) — on average, more than 99 a week...